Syniverse offers ‘More’ roaming hub features

Wed, 04/08/2009 - 8:25am
Mike Robuck

Syniverse Technologies has announced the launch of its “More” platform, which offers roaming hub solutions for a variety of service providers.

Syniverse said the offerings that comprise More can be tailored to meet the varying needs of all sizes of mobile operators, as well as the unique requirements of new entrants to the mobile space, including cable, Internet, VoIP and applications service providers.

"Syniverse has been a neutral, trusted provider solving business and technical interoperability issues for more than 20 years, so I think it's fair to say that roaming expertise is in our DNA," said Syniverse President and CEO Tony Holcombe. "The combination of our experience and industry leadership means we are able to offer a broad set of future-proof roaming hub solutions that provide unmatched flexibility for operators as they work to keep up with ever-changing global roaming requirements."

Syniverse said More features a scalable platform set that simplifies complexity while accelerating revenue and time to market for mobile operators. The plug-and-play nature of the hub means operators are able to deploy services instantly to achieve immediate global reach. Among the solutions offered under the More brand are the Syniverse OC Roaming Hub, Classic Roaming Solutions, UniRoam Interstandard Roaming Service, Sponsored Roaming, Camel Hub and Outsourced Roaming Services.

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