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Tilgin AB: Swedish Operator Alltele Renews Its Trust in Tilgin’s ACS tGem

Tilgin, a leading provider of solutions for multi-play and next-generation broadband, has signed an agreement with Alltele for the upgrade and consolidation of their ACS environment using Tilgin’s TR-069 Auto Configuration Server solution: tGem.

Alltele has decided to renew its agreement with Tilgin to use the third generation of Tilgin’s ACS, tGem. With tGem, Tilgin provides Alltele with a comprehensive remote management platform which has continuously developed and improved over the years and kept abreast of Alltele’s expectations. The latest version of tGgem will help Alltele to consolidate their multiple server environment.

Mikael Peterson, CTO at Alltele, states that “Tilgin’s ACS has been a perfect fit for our company through two generations and we see that its new generation will continue to serve us best. Tilgin has listened to our feedback and integrated it into their product so we have the utmost confidence in them and their solutions. “

Alltele will use tGem to achieve the provisioning and monitoring of a wide range of devices in networks inherited from Alltele’s successful acquisitions of the years.

“Alltele has a complex environment with a wide variety of devices from multiple vendors and heterogeneous networks. It is a real challenge for a management product to perfectly address all scenarios without requiring intensive and costly customization. I am proud to see that tGem has been up to the task and yet again been selected by Alltele. It shows tGem’s strength in the ACS market place.” says Mats Victorin, CEO of Tilgin.

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About Alltele

AllTele Allmänna Svenska Telefonaktiebolaget (publ) is a challenger in the Swedish telecom and broadband market. In 2007 the company had one of the industry's highest growth rates. The shares are traded since June 15, 2009 on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, Small Cap. AllTele today has one of the broadest product portfolios for private clients and small and medium-sized companies consisting of fixed telephony, mobile telephony, broadband, Internet, TV, and cloud-based switching services for businesses. All packaged with the end customer's needs in mind. For more information, please visit: http://www.alltele.se

About Tilgin

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 deployed at 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. Tilgin is headquartered in Kista, Sweden, and has a network of international sales partners. For more information, please visit www.tilgin.com.

Tilgin AB

Box 1240, 164 28 Kista, Sweden

tel 46 (0)8 572 386 00, fax 46 (0)8 572 385 00

[email protected] www.tilgin.com

VAT: 556537581201

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