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New Pareteum Mobile Cloud Platform Designed to Enable Global MVNOs

By Ken Briodagh December 05, 2016

A new announcement from Pareteum Corporation, a provider of mobile networking software and services, touts a new expansion of the company’s Mobile Cloud Platform designed to allow Telecom Carrier Service Providers and MVNOs to connect directly to the Pareteum platform for SIM connectivity, Voice, SMS Messaging and Roaming solutions.

The expanded Platform uses advanced Internet Protocol (IP) connectivity to enable telecom operators and MVNOs anywhere in the world to connect to the platform, providing retail telecoms with a solution that incorporates billing, metering and management of a full suite of mobile voice, SMS and data services.

“This is an important step in the execution of our mobility cloud strategy, and the evolution of our platform to extend connectivity through Internet Protocol and the Cloud,” said Hal Turner, Executive Chairman, Pareteum. “Pareteum's Mobility Platform, which powers MVNOs in Europe and Middle East, can now be accessed from anywhere that can connect to the Cloud. The implications of this enhanced offering are market changing and pervasive in the age of the connected customer. We can now bring our advanced communications platform and services to anybody or any device, anywhere in the world with a simple internet connection. With HPE forecasting 30 billion connected devices by 2020, it is our ability to help the Communication Service Providers manage those devices that is driving our strategy.”

Pareteum has a goal to provide MVNOs with full control of the entire IT system and network infrastructure through an easy to use Cloud-based interface, potentially saving them up to 90 percent in operating costs with significant time-to-market advantages, the compnay said.

“While we continue to expand our sales into our target large MVNE customers, such as Vodafone, the world's second largest mobile operator by customer, Zain, the 4th largest mobile operator in the world in terms of geographical presence, and Cleartech, the cloud allows our existing clients and prospects to become a natural hub for our IoT, MVNO and developer communities, who do not own a network of their own,” said Vic Bozzo, CEO. “We are seeing a growing demand from these groups to access the networks of our existing MVNE infrastructure customers, which makes us a more strategic partner to our existing clients.”




Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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