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WiFi Calling Not Limited to a Few Major Companies; Cloud Solutions Slash Time to Market and CAPEX

Fort Myers, Fla.—Feb. 3, 2015—Recent news that Google and Cablevision are preparing potentially game-changing, Voice over WiFi (VoWiFi) services has turned a spotlight on the benefits of VoWiFi for mobile network operators (MNOs) and their customers.

“VoWiFi is emerging as a vital technology for MNOs,” said Stephen J. Zitnik, Executive Vice President and CTO, Interop Technologies. “The improvements in overall coverage and in-building quality of service that can be achieved with a VoWiFi solution benefit both MNOs’ bottom lines and subscribers. For many MNOs, however, the complexity and timeline of the implementation can be problematic. Utilizing the latest innovations in Network Function Virtualization (NFV) within the secure, private Interop Cloud™, we have mitigated the execution risk associated with these deployments.”

Interop Technologies is the only provider enabling companies to rapidly roll out in-demand IP services using highly secure, cloud-based solutions as part of its CorePlusX℠ suite of services. CorePlusX℠ is Interop's innovative infrastructure as a service, offering IMS, Voice over WiFi, Voice over LTE, Voice over LTE Roaming, Rich Communication Services (RCS), and Policy Control. Interop's VoWiFi solution may be deployed separately or in any combination with other CorePlusX℠ services, providing operators with optimum flexibility to meet the requirements of their respective markets and business models. All CorePlusX℠ services reduce up-front and operating costs, complexity, and time to market."

MNOs, mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs), cable TV multiple system operators (MSOs), enterprises, and start-up companies are all eager to bring new services to market. “Interop is ready and able to help these companies deliver VoWiFi and all of the IP services that define the next-generation network in a competitive and cost-effective manner,” Zitnik continued.

Published by Interop Technologies February 3, 2015
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