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T-Impact Ltd.

T-Impact implements solutions with measurable business benefit. Utilizing our industry leading delivery approach and innovative commercial proposition we can guarantee delivery time and costs.


Building Smart NetworksTekelec is a leading developer of telecommunications signalling solutions, packet-telephony infrastructure, network monitoring technology and value-added applications for mobile and fixed network operators.Intelligent signalling solutions allow operators to increase network capacity, maximise resources, deliver revenue generating applications, and evolve to 3G technology. Signal transfer, signalling gateway, data mining, and integrated applications such as Prepaid, SMS and MMS are delivered from a single platform. Intelligent routing services support number portability, virtual HLR and SIM management, SMS spam/flood control, equipment identity register (EIR) applications for handset fraud control, as well as push applications based on handset type.Packet-switching solutions provide signalling, call control, and applications for TDM, IP, ATM, and SIP networks. Softswitch, media gateway, and application server build an end-to-end solution.

Telcordia Technologies

Telcordia Technologies, Inc. is a leading global provider of Operations Support Systems (OSSs), network services software, business support systems, and services for fixed, mobile, broadband, and IP networks. By delivering flexible, standards-based software solutions and consulting services that optimize complex network and business support systems, Telcordia helps customers transform their operations while aggressively reducing their costs and growing their revenues. Our systems cover all basic operations functions: operations support and readiness, fulfillment, assurance, billing and customer care, and network and field force asset management. Our intelligent network software is designed to help operators lead their markets with converged services, and is recognized worldwide for making it easy to introduce network applications and to develop, introduce, and control services. Known for innovation, technical excellence, and a deep understanding of the interdependencies across OSSs, network systems, and business systems, Telcordia provides unparalleled breadth and depth across technologies and markets.



Teleena is the leading Mobile Service Enabler (MVNE) and an Associate Member of the GSMA. We provide and host secure mobile connectivity data services for global brands, mobile network operators (MNOs), cable companies and mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) to extend their mobile reach and create new revenue streams.


Telenity is a leading provider of next generation converged services platforms and applications for communications networks. Telenity's IMS ready converged services solutions include: reusable service delivery and content components enabling rapid service creation, deployment and execution functionalities across multiple services and applications (SDP); location gateways; integrated messaging solutions(UMS, MMSC, F-SMSC/SMSC, SMSR, USSD); and value added services.


Telsis develops, manufactures and supports high-performance carrier-grade voice, video and messaging solutions that let Tier 1 wireline and mobile operators, OLOs and MVNOs unlock opportunities to grow revenue, raise customer loyalty and cut capex.

TIA - Telecommunications Industry Association

TIA is the leading trade association for the information and communications technology (ICT) industry. As owner and producer of GLOBALCOMM*, TIA represents global ICT suppliers and their service provider and enterprise customers through its leadership in standards development, domestic and international policy advocacy, and facilitating member business opportunities. TIA represents the communications sector of the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA).

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