Cemprus, formerly DNCP Solutions, is a leading provider of fault-tolerant computing hardware and software platforms that support call control, Intelligent Network (IN), mobility and network management applications in the telecommunications industry.
Cemprus is the only provider of support services for SINAP on any platform and is the only provider with a source code license for HP-UX on its fault-tolerant DNCP systems.
SINAP on Solaris8 is available from authorized value-added resellers, systems integrators, independent software vendors and distributors and direct from DNCP Solutions.
DNCP was acquired by Platinum Equity in May 2002 from Lucent Technologies (NYSE:LU).
DNCP Solutions is a leading provider of fault-tolerant computing hardware and software platforms that support call control, Intelligent Network (IN), mobility and network management applications in the telecommunications industry.
DNCP Solutions currently has systems deployed with major carriers and service providers worldwide in more than 35 markets.
His extensive experience in managing and growing technology businesses will help him make a smooth transition as he assumes his new responsibilities and takes DNCP to the top of the market.
DNCP was acquired by Platinum Equity earlier this month from Lucent Technologies (NYSE:LU).
DNCP has been building fault-tolerant computing solutions for more than 20 years, longer than any other competitor, and has developed specialized technologies for solving telecommunications customers' mission-critical needs.
The DNCP business features an industry-leading SS7 signaling system that is able to complete message transfers in less than half the time of comparable systems and is also notable for a support staff often able to diagnose a problem before the customer is aware it exists.
Under the terms of a separate supplier agreement, Lucent Technologies will continue to use DNCP platforms as part of its networking solutions for service providers.
Under the agreement, Lucent will include EMC Enterprise Storage systems as part of recommended fault-tolerant DNCP
solutions that require scalable mission-critical storage and business continuance capabilities.