InfoGin’s Intelligent Mobile Platform™ integrated with Comverse Mobile Internet Gateway (MIG) platform to drive uptake of off-portal content and enable operators across the globe to deliver the most innovative mobile Internet services
InfoGin, a pioneer and the global market leader in the field of Web-to-Mobile Content & Functionality Adaptation solutions today announced a technology partnership with Comverse, the world's leading supplier of software and systems enabling network-based multimedia enhanced communication and billing services. The partnership is based on the two companies' complementary product and service offerings for mobile operators, designed to deliver unlimited Web content to any mobile device.
As part of the new partnership, InfoGin and Comverse have worked closely to recently deploy InfoGin’s patented Intelligent Mobile Platform™ (IMP™) and the Comverse Mobile Internet Gateway platform at Kyvistar, the leading Ukrainian operator with more than 23 million subscribers. As a result, the Ukrainian operator has successfully launched advanced mobile data services and is already achieving a positive user response. The two companies have also successfully launched the service with another Tier-1 operator in Western Europe.
“Comverse solutions contribute significantly to the user experience and to ARPU,” said Dror Bin, VP and General Manager, Comverse Messaging. “Comverse Mobile Internet Gateway (MIG) with Content Adaptation gives users unbridled access to the open Internet with a user-friendly format and intuitive navigation, adapting content from Internet sources to the mobile device whenever required. This integrated Content Adaptation solution with InfoGin further enhances our MIG, which enables operators worldwide to manage rapidly expanding mobile data traffic growth and easily launch new applications and services.”
Eran Wyler, CEO and founder of InfoGin, stated, “We are pleased to partner with Comverse. The combined solution will enable mobile operators to deliver an unmatched mobile Internet experience. At InfoGin we continue to focus on Web-to-mobile content & functionality adaptation solutions that are dedicated to mobile operators' needs. Together with Comverse, we can offer the world’s best technologies that will enable operators to open the Internet, drive consumption of unlimited Web content and most importantly, provide mobile users with the best, real Internet experience on any mobile device.”
* InfoGin’s IMP™ is a server-based middleware platform that supports all mobile browsers, languages and advanced Web page features.
Established in April 2000 and headquartered near Tel Aviv, Israel, InfoGin is a pioneer and market leader offering a complete Web-to-mobile content and functionality adaptation solution that provides mobile users with the ultimate Internet experience on any mobile device. Based on more than eight years of research, InfoGin’s patented technology ranges from a fully automatic and real time intelligent conversion engine to professional content editing and marketing tools. The Intelligent Mobile Platform™ (IMP™) enables complete control over all content delivered to mobile devices.
InfoGin’s technology is commercially deployed with more than 32 top tier operators, leading content aggregators and search providers worldwide. InfoGin’s customers report a phenomenal increase in data usage, doubling their overall portal traffic in less than three months – without cannibalizing their existing data offerings, and reducing by more than 80% the operational costs of creating content and managing the configuration of mobile devices. InfoGin’s technology has provided more than 20 million mobile users across the globe the best real Internet surfing experience on a daily basis, spanning more than 5,700 mobile devices. For more information, visit www.infogin.com.
Comverse is the world’s leading provider of software and systems enabling network-based messaging and content value-added services, prepaid, postpaid and converged billing and IP communications. Comverse solutions generate revenues, strengthen customer loyalty and improve operational efficiency for over 500 communication service providers in more than 130 countries. The company's Total CommunicationSM portfolio facilitates personalized lifestyles in an evolving connected world and is based on the InSight™ Open Services Environment. Comverse’s solutions support flexible deployment models, including in-network, hosted and managed services, and can run on circuit-switched, VoIP, IMS and converged network environments. Comverse is a subsidiary of Comverse Technology, Inc. (CMVT.PK). For more information, visit www.comverse.com.
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