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O2 customers in the Glasgow Subway will soon be the first in the UK to use their mobile phones underground as part of a new deal which will see O2 the first mobile phone operator in the UK to utilise the multi-user distributed antenna system which enables mobile phones to work underground.

The contract, negotiated with transmission provider Arqiva and Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT), will see O2 services installed in five of Glasgow's busiest Subway stations - Buchanan Street, St Enoch, Kelvinbridge, Hillhead and Partick. The installation will go ‘live' in December 2008 and could potentially provide a benchmark for rollout in other underground stations such as London, in future.

Although initially limited to platforms and station concourses in the Glasgow Subway, the technology installed by Arqiva could eventually be used to provide coverage around the rest of the SPT underground network.

When the service launches, O2 customers will be able to use 2G services including making voice calls and sending text messages as well as 3G services such as video, internet access, downloading and MMS.

Derek McManus, O2 Chief Technology Officer, said: "This new technology will enable customers to make calls, send and receive text messages and access a host of data services while on the subway platform. This is the first time that any mobile phone network in the UK has implemented a service like this and O2 is delighted to be giving its customers the first chance to communicate on the underground.

"Ultimately, this is about providing O2 customers with the best customer experience and if this means that they can continue conversations on underground platforms or can text friends to say that they'll be arriving in five minutes, then we've successfully provided a better service."

Gordon Maclennan, Assistant Chief Executive (Operations) of Strathclyde Partnership for Transport said it was great news: "This has been sometime in the planning but I'm delighted that we can offer this service to our passengers in time for Christmas. It's a first for Glasgow and it opens the door for wider WiFi coverage in the Underground in future. Accessibility and connectivity are key parts of our continuous Subway modernisation programme."

McManus added: "We were delighted when Glasgow won the right to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games and this further investment in mobile technology will further enhance the city's reputation as a leader in technology and communication."

Andy Norris, Arqiva's Customer Delivery Director for Wireless Access said: "Wireless access is increasingly expected in public areas and this is an important development for the citizens of Glasgow. Wireless networks bring benefits to all stakeholders and this is particularly recognised by progressive cities like Glasgow. The infrastructure provided at these stations will support many new services and opportunities."

A recent poll by Comptel Corporation, a leading vendor of dynamic Operations Support Software (OSS), is said to have found that operators around the globe have not prepared their OSS for the advent of Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC). The poll, carried out at Comptel's annual user group, found that while 41 per cent of respondents stated their OSS was ‘somewhat' ready, 39 per cent admitted to being completely unprepared for FMC. This was despite the fact that a majority of operators questioned were planning to deploy a FMC strategy in the short-term (50%).

When broken down by type of service provider, the poll demonstrated that mobile operators are lagging behind fixed line providers in terms of the readiness of their OSS. Whereas only 29 per cent of fixed line providers thought their OSS totally unready for FMC, a total of 71 per cent of mobile operators placed themselves in the same category.

Simo Sääskilahti, Senior Vice President Products and Solutions at Comptel commented: "These results are encouraging as they show that operators are keen to enjoy the fruits of FMC as soon as possible. That said, service providers need to ensure they have the correct software platform in place to ensure the transition to FMC is completed as smoothly as possible. Such software is already being used today, an example being Comptel's convergent solutions. The problem arises when legacy, non-convergent software is being used in other parts of the operators' OSS (for example billing systems). It is apparent that OSS vendors need to advise operators effectively on how best to move to a fully convergent OSS."

FMC is the convergence of devices and networks that will allow a voice or data session be seamlessly carried over a variety of fixed and wireless networks. FMC will allow service providers to offer value-added services across multiple access media.

Sääskilahti continued: "It is up to operators to ensure their OSS is ready for FMC. Comptel's Dynamic OSS solutions enable telecom service providers to deliver services flexibly and charge for them effectively in a converged or legacy environment. Our software allows operators to launch new services with a fast time-to-market and we already proving beneficial to customers deploying FMC solutions, such as Taiwan's FarEasTone and many other of Comptel's customers."

Messaging International, provider of messaging services, has, through its wholly owned subsidiary TeleMessage, announced that its PC2Mobile Application Suite, which allows users to send text, pictures, music and video from a PC to a mobile phone, has been integrated for global availability into Comverse's comprehensive messaging portfolio and has been successfully deployed by a leading tier-1 operator in Eastern Europe.

By downloading the application from a PC, mobile subscribers can send SMS and MMS messages directly from a PC to any mobile phone.  The service integrates as a plug-in onto Microsoft Outlook, and as a toolbar for the Microsoft Internet Explorer and File Explorer. Customers pay the operator for each SMS and MMS message sent via their monthly phone bill.

Messaging International CEO Guy Levit said, "We are excited about this development with Comverse, a worldwide leader in messaging.  This is an important stamp of acceptance for our products and will significantly expand our marketing reach.  The recent successful launch the PC2Mobile solution with a major mobile operator gives us valuable exposure to the booming Eastern European messaging market, which will, we believe, become increasingly important to our future growth."

Dror Bin, Head of Comverse' Products Group, said, "TeleMessage's PC2Mobile fits very well into Comverse's converged messaging strategy, extending the operator's presence to the PC with new and innovative ways to send SMS and MMS messages.  Enabling people to send user-generated and other multimedia content easily from their PCs differentiates the operator's offering, improves the user experience, and paves the way for unprecedented MMS growth potential."

Research specialist, comScore, has today reported that after a slower start,  the United States has caught up with Western Europe in the adoption of 3G with 28.4 percent of American mobile subscribers having 3G devices versus 28.3 percent in the largest countries in Europe. 

According to comScore, the number of U.S. subscribers with 3G enabled devices has grown 80 percent to 64.2 million during the past year. The market has responded enthusiastically as mobile vendors have rolled out their enhanced networks and a new crop of 3G enabled devices. The only individual major European countries exceeding the U.S. in 3G penetration are Italy and Spain.

"For years, the American mobile industry has aspired to the level of sophistication of the European market," observed Mark Donovan, senior vice president and senior analyst, comScore. "Today, Americans have finally caught up with Europeans in adoption of 3G.  The advancements in 3G network technology and the introduction of sleek devices into the U.S. market have paid off as adoption of mobile media continues to grow at a rapid pace."

Kabira Technologies, a specialist in extreme transaction processing software for global enterprises and Capgemini Polska Sp z o.o. have announced the successful implementation of a new service provisioning system at Netia S.A., Poland's largest alternative provider of fixed-line and broadband telecommunications services.  The new system was designed and implemented in only seven months, with ongoing maintenance services to be delivered by Capgemini Polska Sp z o.o.

In mid-2007, Netia announced its new operating strategy, focused on growth through dynamic expansion of its customer base, and by increasing customer value.  Netia plans to build on new opportunities to access the fixed-line network of the incumbent operator (via bitstream access, local loop unbundling and wholesale line rental), and to capitalise on Netia's already strong position in the business market.  In particular, Netia intends to become the market leader for broadband services in Poland, with the objective of acquiring one million broadband customers over the next three years.  To help accomplish this, Netia selected the Kabira Provisioning and Service Activationä (KPSA) platform to support the launch and activation of its new broadband services, ASDL access (including bitstream and LLU access), as well as VoIP, data and iDTV over ADSL. Netia also selected Capgemini Polska Sp z o.o. to manage the delivery, installation and implementation of this new service provisioning system and middleware platform.

"Netia is enjoying strong growth and therefore needed a flexible provisioning platform in order to adjust to challenging market conditions," said Jaroslaw Baczynski, chief information officer of Netia.  "Replacing our in-house developed provisioning system with the Kabira Provisioning and Service Activation solution provides us with the ideal service fulfilment platform for managing both our existing and future requirements in a cost-efficient and 'future-proof manner.'  KPSA gives us the ability to quickly provision and activate complex services, which is critical in today's intensely competitive Polish marketplace," Baczynski added.  "Throughout this project, the Kabira and Capgemini teams have demonstrated a high level of professionalism.  Capgemini Polska Sp z o.o. successfully managed the project's deliverables despite an aggressive timeline and wide scope.  We are confident we have chosen the right partners to manage our growth effectively."

"We are pleased to have been appointed by Netia S.A. as their system integrator partner for delivering this mission critical project," said Wojciech Wojnar, TME director for Capgemini Polska Sp z o.o.  "Capgemini has broad experience in the Telco sector and strong local competencies.  I believe that this combination, together with our methodology of working with partners and clients, results in successful delivery."  Wojnar continued, "This project is the first example of the working collaboration between Capgemini in Poland and Kabira Technologies to deliver solutions for the local telecommunications and financial sectors.  Kabira has excellent reach in the telco industry, and the right strategy to address customer needs for high-volume, real-time transaction processing."

Philippe Lavigne, director of alliances for Kabira's EMEA region said, "The flexibility, ease of use and reliability of KPSA will help enable Netia to efficiently deliver real-time convergent services at the lowest cost to its customers.  With its advanced capabilities, KPSA, will help Netia achieve its rapid growth and expansion plans."  Lavigne continued, "When we introduced our Global Alliance Program last year, we stressed our commitment to working with partners that have the strong IT expertise and core competencies to bring our industry-specific transaction processing solutions to market.  We are delighted to share this first joint customer win with Capgemini in Poland and we are looking forward to a fruitful collaboration."

This new service provisioning system gives Netia S.A. the ability to automate the provisioning and activation of their existing services, facilitate the implementation of new services and be able to handle high-volume provisioning transactions.  It is also expected to enable Netia's service delivery infrastructure to achieve current and future targets for subscriber activity, ADSL/bitstream services roll-outs and delivery of convergent sets of innovative services.  The project reflects Netia's commitment to providing its retail and wholesale customers with new, more desirable services and to lead convergent services advancements in the Polish marketplace.

Operators should look to prepaid offerings to maximise the mobile broadband opportunity in Q4 2008, rather than pinning their hopes on mobile broadband substituting fixed services, according to a new report by global advisory firm Ovum, titled 'Mobile broadband operator strategies in Western Europe'.

The research, which highlights the approaches available to operators in maximising the opportunity for mobile broadband, finds that mobile broadband services are best positioned as complementary to fixed.

"Fixed broadband penetration across Western Europe is simply too high," commented Steven Hartley, senior analyst at Ovum and report author. "Mobile broadband can not compete with fixed on speed or capacity, particularly as high bandwidth applications such as IPTV take off."

There will be some consumer segments for which mobile broadband could be a realistic substitute for a fixed service, such as students and itinerant workers; those in short-term shared or rented accommodation; and those simply unable to access a fixed services. But, according to Hartley, the window of opportunity to target these segments is closing rapidly:

"The size of the substitution opportunity is limited and operator activity to date means these segments are becoming saturated. Therefore, the potential for a long-term fixed mobile substitution strategy in Western Europe in the future looks unlikely."

Ovum says that operators in Western Europe to date have focussed on maximising the potential of mobile broadband through contract offerings. This makes sense as a customer locked into a contract provides a stable revenue stream.

However, the pool of customers willing to commit to an average of a two year contract for mobile broadband will naturally shrink over time. This is particularly true where mobile broadband is most likely to be used in addition to a fixed broadband service. Furthermore, as the cost of USB modems (or dongles) continues to fall a major barrier for entry is removed for the consumer. For the operator this also means no hardware subsidy to recoup, says Ovum.

As a result, Ovum is predicting that the next opportunity for mobile broadband in Western Europe will be prepaid offerings. With a prepaid approach operators can attract users who appreciate the mobility and simplicity of mobile broadband on some occasions, but are unwilling to commit to a long-term contract. As such, it is a model in which mobile broadband complements the already high fixed broadband penetration in Western Europe.

"What's more the timing for a focus on prepaid is perfect. With Christmas approaching everyone wins - those purchasing a bundle as a gift have no contract commitment, end users have a flexible mobile broadband service and operators gain new customers and revenues," concluded Hartley.

Purchases via mobile devices of digital and physical goods, contactless NFC (Near Field Communications) transactions and money transfers will together generate transactions worth over $600bn globally by 2013, according to Juniper Research's Mobile Payments Study. The figure represents the gross value of all the items being purchased or the value of money being transferred.

The report determined that while the mobile market today is dominated by digital goods purchases such as ringtones, music, games and infotainment, there are three high potential markets which offer major new opportunities for the future: contactless NFC, mobile money transfer and physical goods purchases via mobile devices.

Report author Howard Wilcox commented: "We're forecasting that all segments of the market will see growth over the next five years, driven by both the rapid availability of exciting, easy to use services, and the continued growth in mobile subscriber penetration, particularly in developing countries. As well as becoming multifunctional devices for many users, mobiles will become wallets that people won't leave the home or office without."

Highlights from the report are said to include:

  • Global annual gross transaction value will grow over 10 times between 2008 and 2013
  • Juniper Research's 2008 forecasts show an increased growth rate of the global mobile subscriber base than previously, with in excess of 1 billion new users by 2013
  • The top 3 regions for mobile payments (Far East & China, W. Europe and N. America) will represent over 70% of the global mobile money transfer gross transaction value by 2013.

 

27th & 28th November 2008, Amsterdam

In the world of B2B Sales is necessary to concentrate people's attention on the newest trends and practices.

 

Jacob Fleming Group, during two days conference, will share with participant's insights and experiences on how to design and implement effective CEM strategy by defining and targeting the needs of enterprise customers.

 

Delegates will be part of interactive panel discussions about how convergence of the telecom world affects the expectations of enterprise customers and the sales proposition. Executives will show how to sell more products and services without turning sales people into technical experts.  Practical examples will uncover how to create customized services and packages for the various business segments.

 

Jacob Fleming Conferences have always been carefully designed to provide key strategic business information and the best networking opportunities for the participants. This young, dynamically growing company provides events for specialized industries including Finance, Life Science, Telecommunications, Chemical, and cross industry sectors. Extensive research, targeted speaker selection and top class venues provide a unique incentive and exceptional opportunities for the executives and experts participating in Jacob Fleming conferences.

 

For further information about the event and Jacob Fleming conferences contact Andrea Bezakova  on +421 257 272 131 or e-mail

As the battle for customers intensifies day by day, every business wants to be the consumer's first choice. Establishing a leading brand or re-fresh their existing brand can play a significant part in making that happen.

 

Jacob Fleming Conference has produced their 4th Annual Telecoms Branding Excellence Forum which will take place 5th and 6th of November 2008 in Brussels.

 

Following the success of the three previous events, this 4th Annual Telecoms Branding Excellence Forum will bring to participants a new opportunity to highlight issues as brand perception, brand building, brand refreshment and re-branding. Unique features of this event are increased insight on conquering new markets, on brand rejuvenation and on defining new brands.

 


Join us in Vienna to see how to empower your brand and drive outstanding customer satisfaction. REQUEST YOUR BROCHURE to really appreciate the high caliber speaker panel, detailed conference program, presented case studies and also the registration form.

 

KEY SPEAKERS:

 

  • O2 UK, Head of Brand Strategy
  • Vodafone Global, Head of Brand Development & Training
  • Orange, Head of Brand
  • VimpelCom, Head of Corporate Marketing Communications
  • TDC, Head of Corporate Branding
  • SonaeCom, Head of Corporate Communication


KEY TOPICS:

 

  • Learn from O2 UK's case study on brand awareness
  • Hear about TDC's brand story on revitalizing
  • Examine Vodafone Global's case study on local brand positioning
  • Find out how to re-juvenate your established brand with SonaeCom's best-practice
  • Discover how to implement are-branding strategy as Mobiltel did
  • Last but not least: Learn how to boost brand awareness, brand relevance and brand loyalty

 

 

Should you wish to receive more information about the above event visit http://www.jacobfleming.com/conferences/telecom/4th-annual-branding-excellence-in-telecoms?partner=tc57 or contact Andrea Bezakova +421 257 272 131 or email mailto:andrea.bezakova@jacobfleming.com?subject=Press

 

 

 

 

4thAnnual Quality and BPM in Telecom

12th & 13th November 2008, Vienna

 

 

 

In these days, many companies should face a huge concentration of competition. They have to find out the right way to reduce their costs and at the same time keep standard quality. How to be efficient is the question for Business Process Management.

 

This event will be beneficial for participants who are considering an investment in business process management in 2008. Jacob Fleming Group will bring together professionals from across the industry to share, network and benchmark with their peers. Delegates can find out how to develop, improve and deploy effective business processes that will enhance customer satisfaction, reduce costs and ensure differentiation and competitive advantage in today's telecoms market.

 

This conference will be concentrating mainly on developing a process-centric governance strategy and outsourcing decision. As well as that, the participants can learn more about SixSigma, e-Tom and other applications to secure quality assurance goals. Moreover, they can study how to transform into Process Driven organization, speed up customer-facing processes and understand end-to end processes and many others.

 

Jacob Fleming Conferences have always been carefully designed to provide key strategic business information and the best networking opportunities for the participants. This young, dynamically growing company provides events for specialized industries including Finance, Life Science, Telecommunications, Chemical, and cross industry sectors. Extensive research, targeted speaker selection and top class venues provide a unique incentive and exceptional opportunities for the executives and experts participating in Jacob Fleming conferences.

 

For further information about the event and Jacob Fleming conferences contact Andrea Bezakova  on +421 257 272 131 or e-mail

andrea.bezakova@jacobfleming.com

 

Conference link:

http://www.jacobfleming.com/conferences/telecom/4th-annual-quality-and-bpm-in-telecom

In these days, many companies should face a huge concentration of competition. They have to find out the right way to reduce their costs and at the same time keep standard quality. How to be efficient is the question for Business Process Management.

 

This event will be beneficial for participants who are considering an investment in business process management in 2008. Jacob Fleming Group will bring together professionals from across the industry to share, network and benchmark with their peers. Delegates can find out how to develop, improve and deploy effective business processes that will enhance customer satisfaction, reduce costs and ensure differentiation and competitive advantage in today's telecoms market.

 

This conference will be concentrating mainly on developing a process-centric governance strategy and outsourcing decision. As well as that, the participants can learn more about SixSigma, e-Tom and other applications to secure quality assurance goals. Moreover, they can study how to transform into Process Driven organization, speed up customer-facing processes and understand end-to end processes and many others.

 

Jacob Fleming Conferences have always been carefully designed to provide key strategic business information and the best networking opportunities for the participants. This young, dynamically growing company provides events for specialized industries including Finance, Life Science, Telecommunications, Chemical, and cross industry sectors. Extensive research, targeted speaker selection and top class venues provide a unique incentive and exceptional opportunities for the executives and experts participating in Jacob Fleming conferences.

 

For further information about the event and Jacob Fleming conferences contact Andrea Bezakova  on +421 257 272 131 or e-mail

andrea.bezakova@jacobfleming.com

 

Conference link:

http://www.jacobfleming.com/conferences/telecom/4th-annual-quality-and-bpm-in-telecom

The GSMA, the global trade group for the mobile industry, has announced that the number of worldwide subscribers using Mobile Broadband (HSPA) networks has topped the 50 million mark from 11 million one year ago. Global uptake of HSPA technology among consumers and businesses is accelerating, indicating continued traffic growth for high-speed mobile networks worldwide. Wireless Intelligence expects the number of HSPA connections to be growing by 4 million per month by the end of 2008.

The number of operators with commercial HSPA networks has reached 191 and there are now over 740 HSPA-enabled devices (including mobiles, dongles and notebooks) available from 116 manufacturers.

"These figures highlight the global success of Mobile Broadband and the fact that we are continuing to see greater and greater economies of scale," said Rob Conway, CEO and Member of the Board of the GSMA. "This is driving down the cost of devices and equipment and enabling more and more users across the world to enjoy easy access to media-rich services anywhere at anytime."

High-speed mobile access opens up a wide range of services for consumers, including interactive gaming, music and video streaming and the easy sharing of pictures and entertainment. Businesses can use fast Mobile Broadband to rollout advanced solutions for flexible working and to enable field workers to have quick and easy access to the company's information systems.

The most widely-deployed peak data speeds over HSPA are currently between 3.6Mbps and 7.2Mbps. This translates to an end user speed of more than 1Mbps, comparable to many of today's fixed line broadband services.

According to a new report from ABI Research, the fixed-mobile convergence market is on the move. UMA-based Wi-Fi dual-mode solutions are said to have seen some significant penetration in both Europe and North America, due largely to successful market introductions by T-Mobile in the US (T-Mobile @Home) and Orange (unik) in France, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
 
The first real competitive solution that could rival Wi-Fi-based products has now appeared, in the form of Sprint's nationwide (US) femtocell-based AIRAVE solution. The questions remain: is there room for both types of convergence in the market; and which solution is best placed to succeed, asks ABI?
 
ABI forecasts a total of 103 million access points of both types to be in service by 2013. Vice president and research director Stuart Carlaw says, "We expect cellular-based femtocells to have taken over the baton from UMA- and SiP-based Wi-Fi solutions by 2013, seizing 62% of the market." He goes on to add that,
"Although UMA-based Wi-Fi solutions have seen early gains in greenfield markets, these solutions have not proliferated much outside their current carrier footprints. This can be attributed partly to the carriers' desire to assess femtocell developments, but also to lingering concerns regarding the concept of Wi-Fi based fixed-mobile convergence."
 
ABI Research's study "Fixed-Mobile Convergence" examines the opportunity for UMA and SIP in converged network services, dual-use handsets, Wi-Fi access points, picocells and femtocells. It includes a review of the current standards position and activities of the major vendors. 
 

Rohde & Schwarz has launched the R&S TSMW, a universal mobile radio scanner that features two integrated receivers and includes WiMAX functionality. The two receivers allow considerably faster operation than solutions that use mobile phones with test functionality. At the same time, the scanner delivers accurate results across the entire high measurement bandwidth because individual blocks can be filtered out by using adaptive preselection. This allows network operators to perform drive tests for setting up and optimizing WiMAX networks. The R&S TSMW's platform concept makes it suitable for all technologies with bandwidths up to 20 MHz. It can be expanded for current and future standards via software options.

Now that the standardization and development of its base station and mobile station technology has been completed, WiMAX IEEE 802.16e is ready for network setup. To make setup faster and easier, Rohde & Schwarz is offering network operators the R&S TSMW, a universal mobile radio scanner with WiMAX functionality and a frequency range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz. The instrument is suitable for both mobile and stationary applications and detects signals with a sensitivity that is considerably below the noise level (noise figure of 7 dB at 3.5 GHz). This makes it possible not only to check neighborhood information for a base station but also to locate interference signals from other base stations. Since technicians can see exactly what is happening on the air interface, they can easily detect malfunctions. For this purpose, all preamble-based operating parameters, including received signal strength indication (RSSI) and carrier-to-interference-and-noise ratio (CINR), can be analyzed.

With its high measurement bandwidth of 20 MHz per receiver, the R&S TSMW covers all WiMAX bandwidths as well as those of other standards, which helps ensure future-proof operation. To attain optimal values for dynamic range and measurement accuracy across the entire bandwidth, the scanner features adaptive preselection. This allows users to filter out individual blocks in the case of high intermodulation suppression and analyze them in detail. Even weak signals can be measured in this way.

In addition, the R&S TSMW can simultaneously scan and demodulate on different frequencies - and on as many carriers as desired. Switchover times between the carriers are less than 5 ms. Thanks to the two integrated receivers, several WiMAX signals can be measured in parallel, fully eliminating switchover times. This results in a very high measurement speed.

An integrated GPS allows the measurement results to be linked to the measurement sites and displayed on a map during mobile operation. A Gigabit/Ethernet interface enables users to call up measurement data either locally or remotely on the PC via an IP-based access. When equipped with the R&S TSMW-K1 option, the R&S TSMW also offers high flexibility when evaluating data: The instrument features an I/Q interface that outputs raw signals that users can evaluate with MATLAB software. This is advantageous for measurements on standards that are still being developed: Channel measurements for 3GPP LTE are a good example, concludes R&S.

Dreampark, one of the leading providers of middleware for cable, terrestrial and IPTV services in the European market, today announced that it has delivered its Dreamgallery TV middleware to Norwegian ISP RingNett AS. This new deal marks Dreampark's seventh client in Scandinavia, further strengthening the company's position as the dominant middleware supplier in the region.

Dreampark also counts operators Canal Digital, Dansk Bredband, FastTV, iVisjon, Smile Content and Viasat among its Scandinavian client base.

RingNett is one of Dreampark's first customers to deploy many of the new features of Dreamgallery 3.4. The next-generation middleware incorporates interactive services such as live MMS to the TV, scheduling of PVR recordings via mobile phones or a Web user interface, pre-paid VOD, Dreamlets and RSS feeds support. Enhanced network PVR end-user features
include Start Over, Historic EPG, Scheduled Recordings, Record Current Event and Time Shifted TV.

"Helping RingNett to deliver an attractive IPTV service to their customers gives them a competitive offer for the Norwegian market," said Per Skyttvall, CEO, Dreampark. "The Dreamgallery TV middleware also facilitates a white label approach where RingNett can sell its service to partners looking to deliver IPTV services within their networks. The possibility to customize and brand the solution for different operators is also a great advantage with the Dreamgallery system."

"Based on our Scandinavian presence, Dreampark is a natural choice for RingNett," said Sondre B. Rabbe, project manager, RingNett. "Their middleware solution provides great flexibility and offers continuously evolving excellent and competitive interactive features to meet the also constantly growing customer demands."

"It's great for us also as a 'white label'/no brand provider to have the ability to easily customize the middleware for our partner companies and for this Dreampark are up to the task," Rabbe continues.

    

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