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Telesoft Technologies

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Number of employees  Around 100
Type of business  Limited company
Founded  1989
Telesoft Technologies httpsmedialicdncommprmprshrink200200AAE
Industry  Government Infrastructure Telecoms Cyber
Area served  Worldwide, Offices in: USA for Americas UK for Europe & ROW
Key people  Rob Downham, Chairman & CEO Steve Patton, Head of Sales and Marketing Gavin Smith, Business Development Manager Rohit Singh, Country Manager - AsiaPac & India
Products  ARNE vARNE TDAPI SIGTRAN MPAC 3240/45 MPAC 3250 OKEFORD 5500 Media Platform IPFIX/Netflow Probe MPAC Security CERNE homepage = www.telesoft-technologies.com
Website  www.telesoft-technologies.com
Headquarters  Blandford Forum, United Kingdom
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Telesoft Technologies (founded 1989, TsT) is a provider of government infrastructure, cyber security and telecoms mobile products and services.

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History

  • 1989: Telesoft Technologies founded
  • 1989: SS7 on a card, allowing early Computer Telephony Integration, and opening up the SS7 Market to smaller suppliers
  • 1991: 1st passive network monitoring probes developed for Homeland Security & Intelligence
  • 1994: OKEFORD Protocol Converter and Open Programmable Switch launched
  • 1995: Telesoft Technologies opens Americas office in Atlanta, GA
  • 1997: Telesoft Technologies moved into Blandford Forum HQ
  • 1999: ANSTY network monitoring product range for OSS/VAS launched
  • 2000: Telesoft Technologies adds new building to Blandford Forum campus
  • 2007: OKEFORD Media Platform/IVR launched for automated speech recognition and response, allowing VUI rather than GUI interfaces
  • 2008: OKEFORD Media Platform certified VoiceXML compliant
  • 2008: Telesoft Technologies opens India Office in Noida
  • 2009: Telesoft Technologies acquires Think Engine Networks and Cognitronics in Danbury, CT
  • 2009: Telesoft releases the MPAC 3240/45 and MPAC 3250
  • 2010: ARNE IVR introduced to service value added service applications for OEMs and system integrators in the telecoms market.
  • 2011: THINK Engine is a FPGA accelerated probe for session discovery and meta-data extraction of user session content on 3G Gn
  • 2012: MPAC 6010 & 6010 provides accelerated I/O, DPI and packet processing with embedded filtering and routing, enabling compact and powerful systems to be built for 10Gb Ethernet networks.
  • 2013: Triton is an Easy to use, portable, all in one multi-application test tool for development, test and installation engineers to rapidly find faults and validate performance of LTE/EPC, VoLTE/IMS and 3G networks.
  • 2014: TUNA 100G Filters, records and provides playback at 48Gbit/s, with guaranteed hardware timed play-out synchronisation. Analyse and record sessions based on VLAN, MPLS and variable position patterns
  • 2015: SS7 Firewall, High capacity SS7 Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) enforces rules and GSMA best practice at your network border to prevent abuse and attacks in your SS7 network
  • 2015: Telesoft releases virtualised version of the ARNE IVR systems (vARNE)
  • 2016: Officially opens Extreme Cyber lab in Annapolis Junction, Maryland, US
  • 2016: MPAC Security, enhanced 40Gbit/s capture card offloads signature detection to accelerate bespoke IDS applications and Open Source Suricata
  • 2016: IPFIX Probe, monitor networks in real-time to diagnose network issues and maintain security with the ultra high performance IPFIX Probe
  • 2016: Is selected as Gartner Cool Vendor in Security for Technology and Service Providers, 2016
  • 2016: Telesoft moves Indian Office to Tapasya Corp Heights
  • 2016: Telesoft releases new features for the vARNE and OKEFORD 5500
  • References

    Telesoft Technologies Wikipedia


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