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Tele2 Russia choisit Mformation pour les cartes SIM de gestion des terminaux "over the air "

Mformation® Software Technologies LLC, le principal fournisseur global de solutions de gestion sans fil des appareils connectés, élargit son réseau d'opérateurs à la Russie par un partenariat conclu avec Tele2 Russia.

Tele2 Russia a choisi Mformation pour fournir des composants de réseau essentiels qui permettront de détecter les appareils automatisés à l'aide des normes SS7 et LTE, la configuration des appareils pour les services de données, et les cartes SIM de gestion des terminaux "over the air ". La section Tele2 Russia de la plate-forme de gestion des appareils Mformation multi-locataire hautement évolutive sera localisée et personnalisée afin de répondre aux besoins uniques de Tele2 Russia et de ses clients.

"Tele2 Russia s'est clairement engagée en faveur du développement des services mobiles," affirme David Shimoni, Président de Mformation. "C'est pour nous un honneur d'avoir été choisis comme l'un de leurs partenaires d'infrastructure. Nous sommes impatients de soutenir Tele2 Russia et de lui permettre d'offrir des services mobiles modernes, alors qu'elle continue d'élargir sa base d'abonnés et de développer son activité."

La plate-forme primée de gestion des appareils choisie par Tele2 Russia est une plate-forme évolutive d'accès aux services mobiles qui supporte des applications de nouvelle génération telles la gestion du déchargement des données et l'accès M2M (machine-to-machine). Elle supporte également l'interaction client intelligente grâce à des outils de diagnostic à partir d'un centre d'appels et des applications libre-service destinées aux clients. Mformation supporte toutes ces offres ainsi que d'autres services à valeur ajoutée tels la certification MIDAS des appareils et des capacités d'analyse dédiées à l'abonné. "Nous sommes heureux de collaborer désormais avec Tele2 Russia, car la société élargit son offre de produits à de nouveaux domaines, tout en poursuivant son engagement phénoménal en faveur de la création de valeur pour le client," affirme Luca Ferrari, Vice-Président des Ventes pour la zone EMEA chez Mformation.

La plate-forme Mformation sera déployée auprès de Tele2 Russia en octobre 2014.

A propos de Mformation

Mformation Software Technologies LLC est un pionnier et le principal fournisseur global de solutions de gestion des appareils connectés sans fil. Mformation, une société privée, est détenue par Clearlake Capital Partners, un fond d'investissement privé intermédiaire. Depuis 1999, les solutions de Mformation sont déployées par les principaux opérateurs mobiles et gérées par les prestataires de services du monde entier. Avec plus de 500 millions d'appareils gérés, Mformation permet aux opérateurs, aux prestataires de services et aux entreprises de gérer et de sécuriser des appareils connectés sans fil, ainsi que les applications et services connexes, sur n'importe quel réseau sans fil. La technologie prisée de Mformation fournit des solutions d'accès aux services mobiles, d'interaction client intelligente, de gestion des appareils M2M (machine-to-machine), de détection et de configuration automatique d'appareils, et de gestion de la mobilité d'entreprise pour les opérateurs, les prestataires de services gérés et les entreprises. Pour plus d'informations, veuillez visiter www.mformation.com.

A propos de Tele2 Russia

Tele2 est un opérateur mobile qui a lancé son activité en Russie en 2003 et offre actuellement ses services à plus de 23,7 millions d'abonnés dans 42 régions russes. Suite à l'intégration avec les actifs mobiles de Rostelecom, le nouvel opérateur fédéral augmentera le nombre de région pénétrées, qui passera à 60, avec une base d'abonnés de plus de 38 millions de personnes. Le portefeuille de Tele2 inclut des produits destinés aux particuliers, ainsi qu'aux petites et moyennes entreprises. La société fournit à ses clients privés et d'entreprise des prix bas pour une qualité de services supérieure, une simplicité de connexion et d'utilisation, ainsi qu'un niveau de services européen.

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