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Newtec, a specialist in the satellite and communications industry, has announced a deal with Greek-Cypriot satellite operator Hellas Sat, to deploy its 2-Way Satellite Multimedia Broadband System, Sat3Play, to residential users throughout Greece and all remote islands, many with a lack of terrestrial DSL.

The new service from Hellas Sat will be provided via Ku-band capacity on the Hellas-Sat 2 satellite, positioned at 39 degrees East. It is set to dramatically improve the availability of broadband services in Greece, where only 19 percent of people currently have access to fast terrestrial broadband services. Sat3Play's advanced modulation scheme and easy to install patent pending "Point&Play" capability make it an extremely cost effective system for both the operator and the end user.

Hellas Sat CEO, Christodoulos Protopapas said, "Hellas Sat understands the importance of broadband connectivity as the only method available today that is capable of establishing cheap internet connectivity anywhere in Greece. Hellas Sat is continuing to enhance the existing satellite broadband services by awarding Newtec the contract for a Sat3Play hub and terminals and continuing to bridge the broadband gap for home users located in rural areas and islands".

Newtec CEO, Serge Van Herck said "Hellas Sat's selection of Sat3Play as its technology of choice for the implementation of its Satellite Broadband Services across Greece, demonstrates that our technology is recognised as the optimum solution available for consumer satellite broadband. Sat3Play's small size, low cost and easy installation makes it consumer friendly - a quality that is very attractive to an operator such as Hellas SAT."

Amdocs, a provider of customer experience systems, has today announced that mobilkom austria's newly founded subsidiaries in Serbia and Macedonia, known as Vip mobile and Vip operator, respectively, have deployed Amdocs Billing for convergent voice and data billing. Amdocs Billing is said to have enabled Vip mobile and Vip operator to set up billing operations quickly and ensure time-to-market advantages for current and next generation wireless services, including multimedia messaging services (MMS), video streaming and mobile commerce transactions.

Over the past decade, mobilkom austria has deployed Amdocs Billing across its Austrian, Liechtenstein and Slovenian subsidiaries. The operator has extended its relationship with Amdocs to support its new business needs in Serbia and Macedonia. The deployments in Macedonia and Serbia are the first Amdocs deployments in these regions.

"Amdocs Billing is helping us to achieve business excellence and to offer a compelling customer experience to the Serbian marketplace. In Macedonia, we were able to deploy Amdocs Billing in less than four months and rapidly grow Vip operator's market offerings and subscriber base," said Walter Goldenits, IT Director, mobilkom austria. "With mobilkom austria subsidiaries standardizing on Amdocs Billing, we can promote a consistent brand experience across the different regions while keeping operational costs low."

Amdocs Billing incorporates one rater for voice and data, and provides a single customer view across offerings.

"mobilkom austria is leveraging its existing investments in Amdocs Billing to support its regional expansion and establish group-wide common business processes in order to deliver a unified and intentional customer experience," said Charles Born, vice president of corporate communications at Amdocs. "This is a classic example of how a service provider can evolve its operating environment with our Customer Experience Systems Blueprint while driving low-risk deployments and cost of ownership advantages."

Tanla Mobile, a specialist in wireless application development, mobile billing and messaging solutions, has announced it has been selected by the European based mobile company Mliven, to provide a mobile billing platform for the imminent launch of several of Mliven's mobile services in the UK.  Mliven is a world leader in mobile application and product development and has over 100 different mobile applications launched across Europe.  Mliven will immediately work with Tanla Mobile to launch several mobile gaming portals in partnerships with global mobile game publishers.

"Mliven has a proven track record in Europe and we are keen to create an official presence in the UK," explains Jan Rezab, President of Mliven. "In order to offer our services and applications to local consumers, we wanted to implement a flexible billing platform that enables us to monetise content and mobile internet search traffic. Having spoken to several suppliers, we chose to work with Tanla Mobile to deploy Payforit because they displayed
unsurpassed technical knowledge, combined with a collaborative approach and an enthusiastic team."

Payforit is the new payment service, supported by all licensed UK mobile operators, designed to make it easy to pay for low cost services on the mobile phone. First announced in March 2006, the Payforit scheme has been developed by the operators to promote a trustworthy and consistent standard for paying by mobile, so that consumers can buy with confidence when they are making one-off payments or setting up subscription services via their phone. Tanla Mobile is one of the first Trusted Payment Intermediaries to offer PayForIt across all UK networks. It provides a complete PayForIt solution that helps digital content owners maximise revenues from content sales and increase consumer trust.

"Tanla Mobile is delighted to help innovative companies such as Mliven establish themselves in the UK market. Payforit represents the first step into mobile commerce, creating a whole new marketplace for mobile content," adds Gautam Sabharwal, Business Development Director, Tanla Mobile."Our Payforit platform will enable brands such as Mliven to actually convert customer interest and traffic on their mobile portals into customers' transactions, providing a simple, transparent billing mechanism that makes delivering cutting edge content painless."

O2 has today announced that it has won a coveted contract with Network Rail, which owns and operates Britain's rail infrastructure, to provide voice, BlackBerry and other mobile data services. The deal is O2's largest corporate customer win and one of the UK's largest ever port of numbers with 23,000 connections transferring from Vodafone to O2. The win overturns industry-wide perceptions that large corporates see the risk of changing suppliers as too daunting.

Network Rail was looking for a step change in the delivery of its mobile services and saw O2 as a great cultural fit, providing fresh thinking and the opportunity for true partnership. Key to O2's selection were its dynamism, best of breed solutions and differentiating brand.

Working closely with Network Rail, O2 will be developing and streamlining mobile solutions to help Network Rail maintain, renew and enhance the railway. O2 will help Network Rail identify areas of the business that will benefit from mobile technology to enhance efficiency and flexibility for the workforce and put in place systems to achieve both bottom-line and customer benefits.

As this relationship evolves, O2 will work closely with Network Rail to develop bespoke solutions which will set a new benchmark for mobile services in the rail industry as a whole.

Ben Dowd, Business Sales Director, O2 UK, said of the deal: "This is an incredible win for O2 and provides us with another great example of how we are changing the face of the mobile marketplace. We genuinely believe that customer and employee satisfaction are intrinsically linked to business success and together with Network Rail, we believe we can help the company achieve its objectives".

Network Rail's Director of Information Management, Catherine Doran, said: "We are delighted to enter into this relationship with O2. We are keen to embrace new ways of communicating with our people and suppliers and changing the way we work by using new technology. O2 has demonstrated the same passion and drive to help us achieve these bold targets, by showing great innovation, good customer service and commercial capability."

iBasis, a KPN affiliate, has announced it has completed an extensive trial of the IP eXchange (IPX). Overseen by the GSM Association (GSMA), the IPX is being developed as a private global Internet protocol (IP) backbone open to any telecommunications company adopting necessary technical and commercial standards. Once established, the IPX will provide fixed and mobile service providers a technical and commercial platform to exchange IP-based traffic - including person-to-person voice, content and emerging consumer and business applications - securely and with guaranteed quality of service (QoS) levels.

It is widely believed that the IPX and effective standards will result in the migration to IP of a large volume of voice traffic from mobile networks and the proliferation of innovative IP-based services generating substantial growth in the global communications market.

The iBasis-lead trial tested much-needed interconnect service standards of the IPX for critical commercial functions including secure billing across multiple networks and platforms.

During the trial, an iBasis solution for managing IP traffic was successfully demonstrated, illustrating the IPX's ability to facilitate commercial transactions and deliver secure, reliable and high-quality IP services across a network linking mobile and fixed telecom operators in Europe and Asia. The year-long trial was completed on January 18, 2008 and incorporated more cases than any IPX testing initiative to date.  The trial was performed in close cooperation with Alcatel-Lucent, which provided expertise on system integration and IMS technology in a multi-party environment. NextPoint provided SBC equipment and expertise.

"We strongly believe the IPX model will have a very significant impact on the industry," said President and CEO of iBasis, Ofer Gneezy. "With the rapid rise of IP communications, it is particularly crucial that all carriers and service providers involved have an effective interconnection for handling advanced mobile data services and the growing volume of mobile and fixed VoIP traffic."

The iBasis trial encompassed intercontinental calling, interoperability between two distinct IMS platforms and IPX platforms from different vendors, as well as fixed-to-mobile testing. Utilizing a fixed retail operator in Europe and a mobile operator in Asia, tests covered such areas as verification of the IPX transport layer to ensure it is suitable to carry voice traffic in the SIP-I profile C interconnectivity protocol; measurement of QoS; the correct transport of CLI and DTMF; testing over different geographical distances and under varied scenarios; call forwarding, specific charging test cases and more. Call detail records and traces of all parties compared showed no inconsistencies. Results required levels better or equal-to latency thresholds specified in IR34 for conversational class traffic. 

iBasis' IPX trial addressed key principals identified by the GSMA as vital for a successful and sustainable IP Interworking solution. Areas of particular importance include:


  • Openness - All potential "players" in the delivery of IP services have the option to become involved;
  • Quality - The IPX is focused on end-to-end quality, requiring a participating party to voluntarily agree to be responsible for the performance of the next organization in the transit chain. This includes committing to specified Service Level Agreements (SLAs);
  • Security - The commercial and technical design of the IPX has been developed and tested to offer protection on many fronts, including commercial agreements, attack prevention (the IPX is not addressable from the Internet), individual traffic segregation to prevent localized security breaches and keeping core networks probe-free, and
  • Cascading Payments - Commercial agreements set on principles described in a mutually understood and agreed upon business model. Similar to the traditional voice model, this will encourage healthy competition, while assuring QoS and SLAs.


A second phase of the iBasis IPX trail will begin during the second quarter of 2008.

AT&T has announced the creation of a new AT&T sales center for the Nordic countries. Anders Juhlin, formerly director of Sales, AT&T Nordics, will take on the new position of sales center vice president, Nordic countries. He will be responsible for bolstering AT&T's success in the region. Juhlin will be based in Stockholm and will report directly to Tom Regent, AT&T's head of EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa).

"AT&T's top priority for 2008 is to build on the successes gained in 2007," Regent said. "There are a great deal of opportunities for us in EMEA, particularly in the Nordics, and I am proud to have Anders on board to lead a more focused and direct approach to AT&T's customers in the region."

"AT&T has built a premier team of professionals in EMEA, and I am excited to be working with them to continue to reinforce AT&T's position as the global provider of choice for Nordics-based customers," said Juhlin. "AT&T has made bold moves to establish one of the world's most powerful global networks and expansive portfolio of services, and Nordic customers will be able to benefit from this now more than ever."

AT&T is focused on serving the networking needs of enterprises that require worldwide connectivity. The Nordics is a hub for many significant global corporations in the energy, manufacturing, high-tech and logistics and transport industries, and AT&T boasts a number of global customers with local headquarters in the region, including Ericsson, Metso and Cardo.

AT&T's operations in the Nordics include Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) network infrastructure in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. This network connects Nordic customers to the AT&T global network. AT&T can provide resilient gigabit Ethernet connections to the voice, video and data network, hosting and security solutions available on more than 1,500 MPLS service nodes in the Nordics, with a DSL alternative in 438 cities and access to almost 1,000 Wi-Fi hot spots.

Juhlin has more than 10 years of experience in the data and telecoms industry. Before joining AT&T, Juhlin had been sales director for MCI/WorldCom in Sweden for more than five years. Prior to that, he had been the sales and marketing manager for Opus International, Telenordia (a joint venture of BT, Telenor and TeleDanmark) and Telenor Business Communication.

Ericsson and Russian operator VimpelCom have signed an agreement for the supply and implementation of a WCDMA/HSPA network, plus associated services, to cover seven out of nine macro regions across Russia, including Moscow, the North Caucasus, Siberia, Volga, Northwest Russia, South Russia and the Urals.

Under the five-year agreement, Ericsson will supply a WCDMA/HSPA radio access and core network, including circuit-switching and packet-switching, and subscriber management system Home Location Register (HLR). Ericsson will also be responsible for a range of telecom services, including deployment and integration, systems integration, operation and maintenance assistance, technical support and training. 

The move will enable VimpelCom to offer advanced multimedia and high-speed mobile broadband services, such as Mobile TV and video calls, to its subscribers. Ericsson's High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA) provides fast data transmission speeds on both the uplink and downlink. It also boosts network capacity and lowers response times for interactive services. Ericsson's software upgrade of the existing GSM core hardware to a dual access packet core network allows for a smooth and efficient introduction of high speed WCDMA/HSPA services.

Peter Covell, COO at VimpelCom, says, "This agreement is a continuation of our long-term partnership with Ericsson and sets the stage for VimpelCom to introduce cutting-edge services to our customers. We believe that the move will also provide us with a competitive advantage in the telecommunications market."

Zoran Lukovic, Vice-President, Ericsson Eastern Europe and Central Asia, says: "Ericsson is honored to have been selected by VimpelCom for the supply of a state-of-the-art WCDMA/HSPA network. This deal further strengthens our partnership with VimpelCom and will allow them to offer their customers innovative commercial 3G services."

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Ericsson has entered into an agreement to divest its enterprise PBX solutions business to Aastra Technologies. The agreement involves transfer of approximately 630 employees of which some 360 are based in Sweden. The transaction is expected to close in April 2008. From now on, Ericsson will focus on providing its broad portfolio of enterprise applications directly to operators and service providers.

Ericsson's enterprise PBX solutions business is a leading provider of IP PBX, converged PBX systems and branch office solutions. The product portfolio includes communications solutions for enterprises of all sizes, mobility solutions, telephone terminals and services. Sales in 2007 amounted to approximately SEK 3 billion. The purchase price is SEK 650 million excluding net of assets and liabilities. A capital gain of approximately SEK 200 million is expected.

Ericsson has a strategic focus on telecommunication operators and service providers, hence considers its enterprise PBX solutions business to be outside its core focus. In addition, the enterprise communications industry is becoming increasingly global and is clearly gravitating toward consolidation. Therefore, Ericsson believes that the enterprise PBX solutions will add significant competence and value to Aastra Technologies, adding leading products and a significant customer base for PBX solutions. This will also be a positive step for Ericsson's enterprise customers, partners and employees, combining Ericsson's and Aastra Technologies' leading product portfolios.

Executing on the strategy for the multimedia business, Ericsson will focus on providing its broad portfolio of enterprise applications directly to operators and service providers. Strategic products from the acquisition of Netwise will also remain within Ericsson.

The agreement is subject to approvals from relevant competition authorities.

Vodafone UK has announced that it has completed a deal with Neverfail, a global software company providing affordable continuous availability and disaster recovery solutions. Vodafone will now offer business customers a high availability and disaster recovery service for mobile email using the Neverfail software.

The Vodafone Neverfail High Availability Service for BlackBerry will provide uninterrupted availability of BlackBerry services to Vodafone business customers.

The Vodafone Neverfail High Availability Service for BlackBerry monitors the health of the entire email environment, including the server hardware, the network infrastructure, the application and the operating system.  If any anomalies are identified, Neverfail will immediately take action to prevent loss of service. It will either automatically attempt to restart applications before they fail, switch over to a secondary server, or alert the IT staff so that no downtime or loss of service is experienced. Once the issue is resolved, they are automatically switched back to the main servers and neither users nor administrators are required to restart their applications.

"As market leader in the UK in providing BlackBerry services, it was important to be able to offer robust access to email.  By adding Neverfail's solution into our Managed Service portfolio, we can offer enormous service expertise to protect critical parts of our customers' IT infrastructure," said Curt Hopkins, Head of Enterprise Mobility Solutions, Vodafone UK. "Neverfail has an enviable reputation for protecting mission-critical systems with its continuous availability solutions and we have selected them as our preferred provider for high availability and disaster recovery for BlackBerry and email implementations."

"Vodafone as a company relies on continuous mobile access to email and we have also selected the Neverfail solution to use within our own organization," continued Hopkins. "Having complete confidence that email will be available 24/7 365 days a year is a significant advantage as many key staff depend on access via Blackberry devices in order to fulfil their roles."

"Vodafone is well ahead of the general telecommunications market. Rather than just providing handsets and airtime minutes, Vodafone is offering strategic services, such as high availability, to support the entire BlackBerry platform," said Richard Ruddlesden, EMEA Channel Director, Neverfail. "We are very pleased that Vodafone has selected us to offer its customers an exceptional communications experience that is the best in the industry."

Vodafone Managed Services will work in partnership with Neverfail in the UK to offer customers advanced capabilities such as continuous availability for mobile devices and communications solutions from RIM, Microsoft and IBM Lotus Notes.

Italtel, the solution provider of new generation IP networks, will supply Neuf Cegetel, the first alternative fixed line telephony operator in France, a SIP VoIP solution in order to expand the operator's VoIP network and extend the range of services offered to its customers. Neuf Cegetel network has already selected Italtel VoIP platform since 2004 to develop telephony services for residential and business customers.

The new Italtel VoIP solution will allow Neuf Cegetel to speed-up the launch of advanced SIP VoIP Residential and Corporate services in France and, at the same time, to rationalize and improve the technologies and cost effectiveness of the VoIP network following the operator's latest acquisition. Italtel's solution will moreover provide Neuf Cegetel with an ‘IMS Service-Ready' platform to provide users with innovative services, while reducing the overall costs and time to market.

"We need flexibility and speed to keep our leadership position and to succeed in our very competitive  market and Italtel is providing one of the most advanced SIP VoIP solutions with right level of flexibility and scalability in conjunction with System Integration and tailoring of their solution according  to our specific needs." said Pierre-Alain Allemand, General Manager of Network Division of Neuf Cegetel "The market is demanding new and better services at a more and more competitive price and the introduction of Italtel solution and its capability to evolve towards IMS accordingly to market needs will allow us to cope with  these challenges."

"Italtel and Neuf Cegetel have achieved significant results during these 3 years of cooperation"- said Antonio Cassese, EVP Sales Operation International Markets, Italtel - "and being reconfirmed as one of the major VoIP supplier in Neuf Cegetel Group is a challenge we are delighted to face. Italtel reached a relevant positioning in the VoIP solutions market in France and this positive results pave the way to provide to our customers innovative convergent services both for the residential and enterprise markets exploiting Italtel capabilities in the core and service layers."

This year will be decisive in the development of WiMAX, which experienced major setbacks in 2007, according to a report from Analysys, the global advisor in Telecom, IT and media, at Mobile World Congress.

WiMAX is a wireless broadband technology based on the IEEE 802.16 family of standards. It was originally designed as a last-mile fixed wireless broadband access technology, but has also became a mobile broadband specification. Theoretically, WiMAX offers longer ranges, increased throughput, QoS and interoperability at relatively low cost.

"WiMAX suffered a major setback when the partnership between US operator Sprint Nextel, one of the technology's strongest advocates, and Clearwire fell apart in November," says Andrew Parkin-White, Principal Analyst at Analysys, and co-author of Mobile Market Perspectives 2008 (A summary of recent research into the evolving mobile market).

"Several WiMAX networks were launched in developing markets in 2007, but most were small in scale and, given the low disposable income in these countries, operators will need to revise their business models if the cost of mobile WiMAX CPE continues to be high." 

Research also suggests other technologies may meet the needs of the MNO (Mobile Network Operator) and its customers better than WiMAX.

"LTE looks to be more suitable for developed mobile markets, but success depends on its ability to achieve its targets for network performance at an appropriate price and within the right timescale," says Parkin-White.

An alternative approach may well threaten conventional thinking on 3G network enhancements: the availability of low-cost fixed broadband, the advent of femtocells (indoor base stations) and the adoption of dedicated broadcasting networks could call into question the need for the envisaged network enhancement strategy.

"Our research, combined with demand and capacity modelling, has shown that an approach that combines these alternatives with HSPA+ may meet the capacity needs of a wide range of operators. If MNOs start to develop a fundamentally different view on their strategy for technology evolution, vendors will have to totally rethink their approach to the market in 2008. Either way, the future for WiMAX does not look healthy,"
explains Parkin-White.

i-mate, the specialist in Windows Mobile powered devices, has unveiled the latest devices in its Ultimate range, the Ultimate 9502 and the Ultimate 8502 at Mobile World Congress.

The Ultimate 9502 and 8502 are the latest devices from the Ultimate range, a collection of four devices in various forms to suit individual preferences, from classic PDA to a notebook replacement and were designed to provide the latest and best in phone and PDA technology. With a wide variety of features ranging from to HSDPA and HUSDPA connectivity to the 262k colour TFT screen , every component of the device is specified at a very high level. 

The Ultimate 9502 represents the flagship of the Ultimate range and delivers an all in one Windows Mobile device. Powered by 3.5G (HSDPA & HUSDPA), and WiFI and Bluetooth connectivity, the Ultimate 9502's VGA display is perfect for multimedia viewing, or checking through maps using the its integrated GPS functionality for navigation. There are dedicated shortcut keys all around the 9502, allowing easy and fast access to often used applications..  The 9502 includes integrated support for Direct Video Out capabilities, providing you with the option to connect it to monitors or projectors and watch videos off it or even use Windows Mobile on a larger screen. This feature was especially included in a business sense so users can perform video conferencing or project slideshows and presentations from the phone itself,  making it a viable alternative to a notebook.

The Ultimate 8502 delivers a customised out of the box experience in a slim line QWERTY keyboard form factor. With a 2.6 inch touchscreen with 65k colour TFT backlight, it is fully loaded with Microsoft Office Mobile giving users access to popular applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint on the go. This device also comes with built-in GPS navigation functionality offering users satellite navigation. The 8502 can play video clips directly and a variety of music file formats on the inbuilt Windows Media Player 10 Mobile media player.

"2008 sees i-mate continue to deliver on its iconic devices and sophisticated services," said Jim Morrison, CEO, i-mate. "The Ultimate range has already won plaudits on its design and strong specifications. The Ultimate 9502 and 8502 will continue to build on i-mate's, the best of breed combination of innovation, design and technology. Each of our devices is designed with different users in mind giving our customers real choice."

As part of i-mate(tm)'s service proposition, Mobile World Congress will also mark the launch of i-mate's I-Q Services, a portfolio of services that ensure the best wireless experience out of the box. With I-Q, i-mate can immediately customise user devices, fully support devices on a 24/7 basis and fully protect and if necessary, remotely wipe devices that are lost of stolen.  little as 48 hours. Mobile Operators can use i-Q to improve their services to the enterprise segment and to accelerate their time-to-market with new mobile devices to address the rapidly expanding mobile workforce. IDC estimates that the worldwide mobile worker population will grow to 878.2 million in 2009 to account for 21.3 percent of the global work force*.
Morrison concludes, "The mobile industry is starting to develop an approach where a customer can select a device based on what they want and need, not because they are restricted by available options. With the latest Ultimate devices powered by Windows Mobile and customised for the enterprise, we believe we are delivering what our customers are asking for."

Huawei Technologies, a leader in providing next generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, has unveiled the industry's most comprehensive IP Transport Infrastructure for Mobile Evolution (IPTime) at Mobile World Congress.

Huawei's IPTime is an ALL IP based transport solution that creates enhanced broadband experiences and TCO reductions in 2G/3G mobile networks for carriers. Huawei also used the event to showcase key components of the IPTime Solution, including PTN series packet transport networks equipment as well as the SmartAX series multi-service access modules.

"Huawei understands the customer demand that need to transform to ALL IP broadband networks, and has launched this industry-leading comprehensive IPTime Solution to meet their needs," said Ding Yun, President of Huawei's Network Product Line. "Solution Providers helping operators undergo the IP transformation of mobile transport networks need to have advanced technologies and experience in both mobile and broadband networking. Huawei possesses these capabilities and has helped many customers achieve business success."

Huawei's IPTime provides GPS-grade packet clock synchronization, SDH-like OAM and protection capabilities, supporting world-leading end-to-end carrier-grade performance in packet transport network. The architecture also provides PWE3 (Pseudo-Wire Emulation Edge to Edge) capability and supports abundant of interfaces, such as TDM, Ethernet, microwave, xDSL and xPON, helping carriers achieve smooth evolution from 2G to 3G, HSPA or LTE.


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