23. 6. 2014
Mobile providers, system integrators, enterprises and Governments have opportunity to partner with Iskratel and take advantage of innovative solutions to bridge the gap between old and new architectures.
Amsterdam, Netherlands, and Kranj, Slovenia. 24 June 2014. Iskratel, one of the world’s leaders in InfoCommunications, will be talking to telcos and system integrators about how to upgrade networks smoothly while also maintaining existing infrastructure as it showcases its wide range of solutions at this week’s LTE World Summit in Amsterdam.
Offering services to boost ARPU and
monetize new LTE deployments, as well as solutions to integrate LTE in to
existing business models and private networks, Iskratel can help transform
mobile networks into next-generation, SDN-based architectures while also
looking after the existing network and applications.
The company, which is based in Slovenia, is
also keen to add new partners to its operations as it continues to expand.
System integrators, service providers and enterprises in the wider EU region
will be able to speak with senior members of the team about taking advantage of
Iskratel’s pioneering portfolio.
“We’re delighted to have a presence at LTE
World Summit and look forward to meeting with new and existing partners,” said
Janez Öri, director of partner sales at Iskratel.
Iskratel’s portfolio includes IMS core
based services for residential and business users, including compact VoLTE and
RCS, and deployment of new unified communications services with its Fixed
Mobile Convergence solution. Meanwhile, its Virtual Mobile Exchange helps
operators to offer innovative managed business services including
enterprise-wide MVNO communications.
Iskratel’s intelligent SDN implementation,
which promises to enable network simplification, consolidation and
cost-optimization, will also be available at LTE World Summit, which runs from
June 23 to June 25, 2014.
The event comes shortly after the
completion of a fixed and mobile network upgrade for one of Eastern Europe’s
largest network operators.
“We have vast experience of providing the
building blocks for system integration, whether it is a complete transition or
part of the existing service offered,” said Öri. “We take care of problems
associated with introducing converged VoIP services which ensures the
operator’s investment is taken care of and that their business model is