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1. See: Swap.

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1. See swap.
2. To move funds out of one mutual fund and into another mutual fund. See also telephone switching.
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ATX Communications is an example of how a softswitch can be deployed to enhance a vast network and offer new opportunities for a skilled telecom provider," says John St.
The access softswitch enables converged services via APIs and connects calls to or from the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
Siemens SURPASS hiQ 8000 softswitch is part of the SURPASS family of Next Generation Solutions (including SURPASS Voice over Broadband (VOBB), Hosted Office (TM) (BC) and Voice over Cable (VoC).
Ericsson was the first vendor to deploy softswitch solutions for telephony networks and leads the industry with 55 fully commercial networks.
Ericsson is the market leader in softswitch solutions for both fixed and mobile telecommunications networks with the world's first mobile softswitch introduced in March 2003 and with more than 50 commercially deployed live networks worldwide.
This contract confirms Ericsson's Telephony Softswitch as the most advanced solution in the market and our leading position as a long-term partner for the evolution towards all-IP networks," he added.
The demonstration utilizes a market leading softswitch and multiple digital loop carriers (DLCs) performing local and E911 calling during emergency standalone mode with no interruption to the subscribers.
Working with softswitch providers like MetaSwitch, Calix ILEC customers are able to transition their TDM access network and voice switching infrastructure to VOIP through the simple addition of a VOIP gateway processor in existing systems.
MetaSwitch has been shipping its distributed softswitch architecture since late last year, and is widely deployed with a broad range of third-party access devices including broadband loop carriers, integrated access devices, analog telephone adapters and IP phones, but this is the first time that the vendor has leveraged its open Call Agent platform to work with third party trunk/signaling gateways.
This is the second Ericsson Telephony Softswitch contract that Ericsson has won in Central America and Caribbean.
According to a recently published report by Dell'Oro Group, the trusted source for market information about the networking and telecommunications industries, the IP telephony carrier market continued to grow in first quarter 2005, fueled in large part by a 30 percent increase in softswitch subscriber licenses.