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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.  
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.
Santa Clara, CA, USA – Vasona Networks, Inc.®, a provider of platforms for intelligent management of mobile network capacity and resources, has announced the latest feature set for its SmartAIR™1000 edge application controller and SmartVISION™ analysis suite.
Zain KSA has announced the signing of a three years agreement with Astellia, provider of network and subscriber intelligence, at Zain’s headquarter in Riyadh.
NEC and NetCracker Technology, a wholly owned NEC subsidiary, have announced a joint initiative to address the opportunities associated with software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualisation (NFV) for communications service providers (CSPs).
According to the new report by Pyramid Research, the enterprise cloud services market, including SaaS, IaaS and UCaaS, represented 5% of the total revenue of the telecommunications market in Latin America in 2014. This number is set to increase to 14% by the end of 2019, showing the extent to which enterprise cloud services could become a strategic growth path for telecommunications service providers.
Orga Systems, software vendor for real-time charging and billing solutions, with an international customer base in the telecommunications, utilities and automotive markets, will launch a new major release of its convergent charging and billing product GOLD CCB at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The new product release 3.0 is fully virtualised and consequently designed to ease integration and operation to help CSPs reduce TCO.
Legacy telco billing systems are restricting the digital evolution of communications service providers (CSPs), a new report has found. As customer demand for new digital services continues to grow, CSPs need to evolve to become digital service providers (DSPs). Yet legacy systems are unable to respond to increased requests for digital services resulting in lost opportunities, missed commitments and unmet financial objectives for operators. This creates a significant negative impact, as service providers struggle to respond to rapidly changing market needs.
Social networks have become a major force in our lives and customers are increasingly using it to communicate with their communication service providers (CSPs). Customers who post service problems on Facebook and Twitter expect their CSP to respond within 30 minutes.
Starhome Mach, has announced the signing of an agreement with the SAP® Mobile Services division aimed at delivering solutions in the LTE roaming space.
London, UK. February 24, 2015 -- At its pre-Mobile World Congress briefing for analysts and media held in London, Huawei outlined its new 4.5G strategy and supporting technologies. As Jeremy Cowan reports, the China-based vendor wants to enable operators to find new revenues built on existing networks.
Ericsson has agreed to to acquire the assets of TimelessMIND, a Canada-based consulting and systems integration company specialising in operations and business support systems (OSS/BSS). Approximately 30 employees and consultants – based in Canada and India – are expected to join Ericsson.

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