Camiant said it has shipped its policy control server, the Multimedia Policy Engine (MPE), to a top U.S. wireless carrier it did not identify.
“Wireless carriers are currently adding high-speed data network capabilities and rolling out new products and services, which utilize higher bandwidth connections; and policy control is critical to supporting these initiatives,” said Dave Paolino, president and chief executive officer for Camiant. “Camiant’s policy control server has been selected by many undisclosed top wireless carriers and we look forward to expanding our presence in this space to support emerging applications such as tiered broadband access, and enhanced video and voice services.”
Separately, Camiant established a Kansas City office “to support business growth and wireless account sales activities,” according to the company.
It may be a coincidence that Sprint Nextel is based in the Kansas City suburb of Overland Park.