RADVISION, a leading provider of voice and video network infrastructure and developer tools for unified visual communications over IP, 3G, and emerging next-generation networks, has announced that Huawei Technologies, a leader in providing next generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, has selected the RADVISION SCOPIA 3G Gateway, 3G Video Communication Solutions and Interactive Video Platform, to enhance their 3G products and solution offerings.
Huawei’s selection of RADVISION 3G products, including SCOPIA Interactive Video Platform, 3G Video Communication Solutions and 3G Video Gateway, advances the adoption and widespread deployment of compelling new video-based interactive services in the 3G market. The IMS-ready Interactive Video Platform enables rapid development and deployment of multiple interactive and personalized video applications and services, allowing operators to increase network usage and Average Revenue Per User (ARPU), reduce churn and strengthen subscriber loyalty.
As the world's fastest-growing mainstream next generation network solutions supplier, Huawei serves 120 million global GSM subscribers and has established strategic partnerships with leading operators across the globe.
“As a leading 3G and digital media solution provider, Huawei offers an outstanding 3G Mobile solution for the global market”, said Zhang Guoxing, President of Digital Media Product Line, Huawei “The integration with RADVISION’s market proven, IMS ready SCOPIA Interactive Video Platform and 3G Video Gateway enables Huawei to enrich its 3G operator offering with advanced interactive video solutions.”
"Huawei’s selection underscores the added value RADVISION brings to the 3G arena,” said Alon Barnea, General Manager of RADVISION Mobility & Service Provider Business Unit. ”The industry is maturing and expects the availability of a broad variety of interactive multimedia services for the 3G market. We are confident that the availability of a variety of applications is the key to growing 3G use. We are very proud to partner with such a significant player in the market.”