SI Wireless Selects Movius to Provide Voice Messaging Solutions to Rural Areas across US
SI Wireless, the leading voice and data service provider, has selected Movius Interactive Corporation, a global leader in unified communications solutions, to provide voice messaging solution as part of a major initiative to bring advanced communications to rural areas across Tennessee, Kentucky and Illinois.
“Working with new carriers like SI Wireless is something we are very keen to do and we feel that we are in a position to provide innovative solutions that will in turn support their market growth,” said Movius President and CEO Dominic Gomez, in a recent press release. “We take great interest in operations that look to deliver the best possible wireless services across the country and are thrilled to be part of this rural communication revolution.”
“We conducted a thorough review of voice application vendors in the market,” said Michael Beehn, COO of SI Wireless, in a press release. “Movius’ comprehensive offer combined with its proven reputation with top tier carriers led us to select them for our new network.”
Movius has carved a niche for itself through its applications for converged messaging, unified conferencing and virtual telephony that enable carriers in established and emerging markets to increase ARPU and market share. By continually innovating new services, Movius transforms the way the world interacts.
The company recently signed a multi-year, multi-national agreement with Telefonica International. Thanks to the pact, Telefonica will be the first carrier to deploy Side-Line Service in Latin America. Officials with Movius said that this arrangement will allow Telefonica to offer this new service in its mobile operations in 12 countries in Latin America. The first service launch is currently scheduled for mid-2010.
Rahul Arora is a unified communications contributor. He has worked as an editor and freelance writer for several reputed organizations in India. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Jennifer Russell