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Starhome Mach, a global leader in mobile inter-carrier network and clearing services, has announced an agreement with the SAPMobile Services division aimed at delivering systems in the LTE roaming space.
Fifth-generation mobile technology (5G) will become critical infrastructure in a super-connected world, Ken Hu, Huawei's Deputy chairman and rotating CEO, said, emphasising that the 5G vision can be realised only through open cross-industry collaboration, intensive technological innovation, and evolutionary commercialisation strategies.
Gigamon Inc. traffic visibility solutions with its innovative Unified Visibility Fabric, and Argyle Data, the real-time fraud detection and analytics for data-driven Hadoop organisations in mobile communications and financial services, has announced that the companies are teaming together to deliver fraud detection and revenue protection for communications service providers (CSPs).
Allot Communications has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the operations of Optenet, a global IT security company providing high-performance security-as-a-service (SECaaS) solutions to service providers and large enterprises worldwide.
TEOCO, provider of assurance, analytics and optimisation solutions to communications service providers (CSPs), has announces that TDC Group, a provider of fixed and mobile telecom services, internet access and digital TV in Scandinavia, has selected OPTIMA, TEOCO’s performance management tool, to improve the performance of its mobile network in Denmark.
London-based provider of billing, charging and customer management systems, Cerillion Technologies has acquired netSolutions, a geospatial location network inventory business, from Ubisense Group plc for an undisclosed fee.
Wedge Networks™, the innovative in cloud-based cybersecurity, has announced the global roll out of Cloud Network Defense™, solution that delivers the most high performance security across all types of traffic to and from all types of devices in very large-scale networks. This announcement was made at Mobile World Conference 2015, where the Calgary-based company is a featured participant in the Alberta Booth, part of the Canadian Pavilion. Wedge Networks is both a supplier to and a partner of the Canadian government.
Huawei has announces BES (Business Enabling System), a new generation framework of products and solutions to assist CSPs to grow and manage an open and interoperable digital ecosystem. BES is a holistic framework which aims to solve the flexibility, scalability, ease of integration, and digital capabilities needed to deliver fast-time to market, superior customer experience, and drive digital services innovation for both consumer and business markets.
Cerillion Technologies, a provider of billing, charging and customer management systems, has announced a new contract with Manx Telecom to transform its business support systems (BSS) infrastructure to support fully convergent services across multiple network technologies. By upgrading to the latest version of Cerillion's pre-integrated BSS suite, Manx Telecom will be able to offer a more flexible array of services to its customers, as well as achieving much lower operational costs by removing legacy charging systems.
In 2014, Huawei’s European patent application filings reached 1 600. Rising to No.7 patent-holder in 2014, from 13th in 2013, Huawei had 493 patents granted by EPO which reflects Huawei’s innovation competence and quality of invention as an innovation driver. This is the highest position a Chinese company has ever reached in the rankings.
The Partnership signed between Orange and Nokia Networks aims at leveraging the benefits of virtualisation applied to IMS (IP Multimedia core network Subsystem) for the operator business model and network architecture. As part of their joint 'Telco Cloud partnership', Orange and Nokia Networks have achieved one of the first voice calls in a fully virtualised IMS experimental environment.