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Stratus' ENTICE Platform Turns Asian ISP into VoIP Provider, Rapidly Deploying Service to Malaysia, Cambodia & Indonesia

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Danawa Resources Taps ENTICE for Integrated Session Control, Applications & Billing

MAYNARD, Mass., Nov 24, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Stratus Technologies, Inc., announced today that Danawa Resources ( www.danawa.net.my), a broadband service provider operating in Malaysia, Cambodia and Indonesia, has deployed the Stratus ENTICE E-REV telecommunications platform to expand into residential, enterprise and wholesale VoIP-based phone service throughout its coverage area.

The installation marks the first multi-country ENTICE deployment in Southeast Asia as well as highlighting the use of ENTICE to enable an ISP to leverage their existing Internet infrastructure to add VoIP offerings. Danawa operates under the Danawa name in Malaysia, ClickNet in Cambodia and PrimeNet in Indonesia.

Danawa selected ENTICE E-REV as its services deployment platform because of its ability to provide session control, customer billing and value-added applications such as unified messaging and prepaid/postpaid services in a single solution, eliminating the need to license and integrate components from multiple vendors.

The deployment went live in June with a superswitch located in Singapore controlling satellite switches in each of Danawa's three serviced countries. The implementation - completed in less than a month - utilizes Stratus' ftServer(R) continuous availability hardware in conjunction with Dell 2950 dual-core servers to achieve fault tolerance. Stratus' ftServer family offers 99.9999% uptime with a proprietary architecture that eliminates clustering by providing two-server redundancy in a single housing.

"The countries where we offer broadband service have an underdeveloped telecom infrastructure with very expensive international calling, so it was logical for us to diversify into phone service by piggybacking VoIP on top of our existing broadband backbone," said Peter Chew, Danawa's Chief Technical Officer. "Stratus was the only solution that fulfilled our key requirements: a cost-effective one-platform architecture, rapid deployment, and a central point of control for all three countries."

"This implementation is a direct result of our integrated approach to VoIP deployment. Our ability to deliver an application server, session border controller, billing system, unified messaging system and endpoint provisioning system in one integrated package simplifies VoIP installations immeasurably," said Nathan Franzmeier, Stratus senior vice president of the Emerging Network Solutions Group. "This was Danawa's #1 criterion for selecting a VoIP platform, and it is a key reason for our growth."

In addition to providing ISP and voice services in Malaysia, Cambodia and Indonesia, Danawa Resources owns and operates citywide WiFi broadband and intercity fiber links in the state of Sarawak in Malaysia. The company is a subsidiary of Mitzmara ICT Technologies Group, a Malaysia-based multinational provider of wireless broadband Internet access services and a wide variety of IT sales and support services.

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