Eagle Telephonics, Inc. develops and deploys carrier class
communication infrastructure equipment for public switched
telephone networks, Internet ISP/ASP applications, campus
environments, and "Smart Facilities". Customers include
local telephone companies, CLEC operators, developers,
facility owners, and Internet providers. Eagle products are
ideally suited for communication projects in emerging countries.
They are designed and tested to operate under adverse
conditions without the need for highly trained experts.
Eagle's products have been installed in over 28 countries.
Eagle's unique combination of technologies provides
extraordinary performance, flexibility and reliability.
Efficient, low cost proprietary Eagle systems are integrated
into systems of worldwide communication leaders. Eagle
provides a fast, economical deployment. Our technology is
simple to install and easy use and maintain. It is flexible,
enabling the expansion of the infrastructure to accommodate
growth. Highly integrated innovative design and redundancy
assures long-term trouble free operation. Eagle's product
The Eagle DSCO is a microprocessor driven central office for
distributed switched voice applications. It serves as an end,
tandem, or national/international gateway central office.
It is fully featured, redundant, environmentally friendly,
easy to expand and maintain, and economical.
Eagle AirLink 8000:
The Eagle AirLink 8000 is an advanced S-CDMA (Synchronous-CDMA)
wireless communication system for voice and data and provides
exceptional range and clarity.
The Eagle/Quad is a state-of-the-art Internet/Intranet
communication, processing and storage system. It combines
communication, processing, streaming video, and mass storage in
a carrier class system that integrates with the Eagle DSCO making
it the most advanced combination of switched voice and Internet
technology in the world.
Eagle Satellite Network Interface:
The Eagle Satellite Network Interface can be used to provide
public or private domestic and/or international long distance
voice services, connectivity to the Internet backbone, or as a
wide area network linking distant facilities.
The Eagle Real-Time Billing System:
A proprietary (patented) internal Real-Time Billing System
(RTBS) is built in to the Eagle DSCO End Office and Tandem
switches (and will be integrated into the IP-DSCO). Eagle's
RTBS provides system operators with important benefits found in
no other end office or tandem switches. Accounts Receivable
losses are substantially reduced or eliminated, cash flow
timing is improved, and control of facilities is enhanced.
Eagle's RTBS charges subscribers for communication services in
real time, as the charges occur.
Based on policies established by the system operator, Eagle's
RTBS allows, limits, or denies specified services on a
subscriber-by-subscriber basis. Subscriber service limitations
can be based on:
- Prepayment for service
- A deposit which guarantees subscriber charges
- A predetermined credit limit
- A combination of the above
Once the appropriate tariffs are loaded and the parameters are
set for each subscriber, Eagle's RTBS operates automatically,
without system operator action other than posting of payments
received, updating tariff changes, and entering any changes to
Eagle Network Management, Billing System, and Customer Care:
Eagle offers to its client base a fully integrated and fully
automated computer software package that enables service
operates to easily administer the full range of Eagle products
and services to their customer base. All of the software
packages are designed to work seamlessly with each other
thereby allowing the service operator to take advantage of a
centrally located computer facility that monitors, collects,
and programs the Eagle equipped infrastructure. Eagle also
offers customized software packages to solve all of its clients
diverse requirements. Eagle has long-term strategic
relationships with both a US based software integrator/ISP/ASP
and a Bangalore India based software development company to
assure customers of the integration of current software
systems and economical customization where required.
Recognizing the convergence of switched voice and
IP applications early, Eagle began developing a proprietary
new class of switching technology that will be introduced to
the market mid 2001. Eagle's new IP-DSCO will bridge the
requirements of PSTN POTS, the Internet, and the Next
Generation Access Networks. The Eagle IP- DSCO will be the
first field proven Class 5 end office subscriber switch to
interconnect legacy networks (PSTN) and the Next Gen networks
because both capabilities will be built into a single unit.
The IP-DSCO will save the service provider significant
infrastructure costs and will be much faster and easier to
install/maintain/support. The Eagle IP- DSCO will be connected
to the network in a totally new way. It will be the first end
office to serve subscribers with both telephony and data - and,
at the same time provide the entire fabric of the Next Gen
access network in emerging and industrial countries. It
combines proven end office capability with a 100BT portal that
supports such protocols as SIP, MGCP, and advanced H323. This
drives the power of packetized switching directly down to the
end office level thereby effectively eliminating the huge
infrastructure cost of tandem switching commonly used with
circuit switched network designs.
In summary, the Eagle DSCO / IP-DSCO will:
1. Free large, medium and small service providers from legacy network infrastructure;
2. Provide emerging nations with leapfrog telecommunication technology that represents a considerable reduction in the initial cost, operation, and maintenance of network infrastructure
3. Create a cost efficient, universal, fully integrated link between legacy networks and NextGen access networks.
Eagle Telephonics, Inc.
3880 Veterans Memorial Highway
Bohemia, NY. 11716
Phone: (631) 471-3600
Fax: (631) 471-6595
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