|By Business Wire||
|December 3, 2012 03:09 AM EST||
Tilgin, a leading provider of solutions for multi-play and next-generation managed broadband access, launched its new version of Auto Configuration Server, tGem 6.1, during Africa Com.
Tilgin and its regional partner ATEC attended FTTH Africa and Africa Com in Cape Town and were pleased to unveil the TR-069 remote device management platform tGem 6.1.
“Our latest version is based on the successful first release of tGem, and we have already received a lot of positive feedback. This confirms that we are on the right path.” says Eric Hjelmestam, Vice President Solution Management at Tilgin.
With this new version, tGem offers advanced and customized reporting capabilities as well as improved performance thanks to the new architecture.
During the fair and for the first time in the African market, Tilgin also presented their flexible premises solution for FTTH deployments, which attracted a lot of interest from visitors and exhibitors.
“After years of collaboration with Tilgin, we are pleased to see the direction they are going and the value they bring to us and our customers, thanks to their smart solutions built on the powerful and open ACS tGem and the well-designed Home Gateways they develop.” says Gerhard Loots, Commercial Director at ATEC.
Read more and request a demo on Tilgin’s website: http://www.tilgin.com/
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Tilgin’s high-performance, software-controlled home gateways and remote management solutions turn online homes into a profitable business for operators and a personalized experience of quality and simplicity for their customers. Our telecom-grade solutions allow for managed services – for triple play and beyond – to be introduced instantly and individually. With easy integration in operational and business support systems, they substantially reduce operators’ cost while creating loyal and satisfied customers and a strong brand. Tilgin systems and solutions are used by more than 100 operators in more than 30 countries giving Tilgin a strong client base with a broad international reach. Tilgin was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Kista, Sweden, and has a network of international sales partners. For more information, please visit www.tilgin.com
ATEC was born from the need to distinguish property developments from the rest with ICT technologies, offering superior lifestyle benefits to clients. These lifestyle benefits range from enhanced best of breed security to first world telecommunications services to community based communication technologies. The private South African company focuses on providing these solutions to logically grouped residential and commercial clients, backed up with the highest of service levels.
Founded in 2004, the company has been at the forefront of innovation, by implementing the first true Fibre to the Home in a gated community, the first Fibre to the Home outside a gated community and several inventive security solutions. This in-depth understanding of the FTTH industry led to ATEC being one of the founding members of the FTTH Council for Africa.
With an outstanding reputation for efficient service delivery, ATEC is committed to providing cost-effective technology solutions without compromising on quality. Based in Pretoria, ATEC has a national footprint with offices in Cape Town and Durban. For more information, please visit www.atec.co.za
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