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March 3, 2014 - Enabling mobile operators to simplify network structure and business operations, CanVAS® Transformation™ Consolidated Messaging and Value Added Services (VAS) Solution provides path towards migration to all-IP mobile networks. Solution incorporates set of unified provisioning, configuration, maintenance, and shared licensing functions common to all messaging and VAS services. Orchestration layer enables simplified service deployments, updates, and activations.

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Original Press Release

Telenity's CanVAS® Transformation(TM) Solution Enables Smooth Migration of Mobile Messaging and Value Added Services to All-IP Networks

Press release date: February 21, 2014

Barcelona, Spain — Telenity, a leading provider of innovative services and solutions for communications networks, today announced the launch of its Consolidated Messaging and Value Added Services (VAS) Solution, CanVAS® TransformationTM, that offers effortless deployment, easy operations, unified provisioning, configuration and maintenance, and shared licensing for core messaging capabilities and value added services. CanVAS Transformation enables mobile operators to simplify their network structure and business operations, leading the way towards a smooth migration to all-IP mobile networks.

With increasing number of 3G/4G/LTE deployments around the globe, mobile operators strive to transform their existing messaging services (such as SMS, MMS and USSD) and legacy value added services (such as Mobile Collect Call, Missed Call Notification and Voice Mail) to run in an environment that will be cost effective, simpler to operate and future proof for migration to next generation network architectures.

CanVAS Transformation enables a bottom-up transformation of mobile operator services, building on top of a virtualized hardware infrastructure that utilizes common off-the-shelf (COTS) components, and shared industry-standard media and signaling servers, eliminating dependencies on specialized network appliances. With a robust set of unified provisioning, configuration, maintenance and shared licensing functions that are common to all messaging and VAS services; and an orchestration layer that enables simple service deployments, updates and activations; CanVAS Transformation delivers a flexible and cost-effective environment that is based on Network Function Virtualization (NFV) design approach.

“Our goal is to provide a solution that opens up a new era for mobile messaging and value added services," said Ilhan Bagoren, CEO at Telenity. “With CanVAS Transformation, mobile network operators will not only be able to increase their operational efficiency with legacy mobile services, but more importantly they will be empowered with an ultra flexible NFV-ready service creation, service delivery and capability exposure environment for the next generation of value added services geared for all-IP networks, such as Evolved Packet Core and IMS.”

Telenity's CanVAS Transformation is the end product of its rich set of offerings in messaging, VAS and service delivery domains and its years of experience in deploying these solutions in tier-1 and tier-2 mobile networks globally. The solution provides the following benefits:

Future-proof NFV compatible architecture
Lower initial investment with Virtual Hardware Infrastructure on Common Off-the-Shelf (COTS) components
Removed dependency on specialized network appliances by utilizing industry-standard Media and Signaling Servers
Pooling of software licenses for all Messaging and VAS
Simplified integration to the operator’s billing, charging, OA&M and reporting systems by reduced the number of integration points
Flexibility to support various business models for services (Revenue sharing and Pre-Paid licensing models)
Easy deployment and automated checks for software upgrades
Single portal for all services, unified reports, alarms and KPIs
Customer profiling through a Common Subscriber Repository for all services
Enhanced customer experience with Consent Management, Self Provisioning and Self Care functions
Simplified Service Bundling with common service provisioning
API Management environment for Developer Community
Meet Telenity Executives at:
Mobile World Congress 2014, February 24-27, Stand 5J66 in Hall 5, Barcelona, Spain

The online company press kit can be accessed at Telenity Virtual Press Office for MWC 2014 .

About Telenity
Telenity is a leading provider of innovative services and solutions for communications networks in emerging markets. With a portfolio of market ready software products, Telenity enables operators to unleash and monetize their network assets, and personalize services through location. Telenity’s revenue generating solutions include location middleware, partner management system, and location-based mobile marketing platform built with reusable service delivery components; location-based operator solutions for subscriber acquisition and customer experience management; messaging products including SMSC, MMSC, USSD and Messenger; innovative VAS such as people and resource finder, local tips and personalized call completion; and M2M solutions for device/connectivity management and service enablement. Headquartered in USA, Telenity's customer base includes MNOs/SPs/APs serving over 600 million subscribers worldwide. Telenity partners with global and regional network equipment providers, system integrators and computing platform manufacturers. Learn more about Telenity's CanVAS® product portfolio at www.telenity.com and download a copy of Telenity's online newsletter Telescope http://www.telenity.com/news-events/telescope/.

Telenity and CanVAS are registered trademarks of Telenity.

Contacts:
Osman Perksoy
+1.203.445.2001
+90.212.468.2014
Osman.Perksoy@telenity.com

 

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