Written by Sierra Rein
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One of the most popular products to come out of the Continuous Computing Company is the line of Trillium software solutions. This protocol technology portfolio supports a number of different applications common to a large percentage of telecommunication industries. These range from simple wireless network plans to VoIP and Broadband applications.

There are two major principles that set Trillium software apart from the rest of the communications herd. The first is the TAPA (Trillium Advanced Portability Architecture), which provides equipment manufacturers a flexible core of coding structures to work with. TAPA allows phones, wireless communication devices and other products to be easily designed for the system, thus increasing business possibilities and buyer options.

The second major principle to come into play is the Distributed Fault-Tolerant High-Availability architecture built into the code. This is an innovative method of keeping active calls safe and steady, even during a failure of either software or hardware. With this architecture, a business can provide their customers what is called "five nines" availability, a term meaning no service is lost or any downtime experienced if hardware or software errors emerge.

The Bottom Line With Trillium Software

If a business needs to find a software package that is compatible with either 2.5G/3G wireless, SS7, Broadband, and network applications (Legacy or Signaling System 7), Trillium software is very reliable and innovative for its time. If the integration of audio, video and data applications into wireless data services is in future plans, the TAPA and Distributed Fault-Tolerant High-Availability structures will help in every step of the way. This is great news for companies eager to branch out into more accessible routes of using voice, video and data broadband technologies.

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