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January 26, 2010

Comverse Enhances Bell Mobility's New HSPA Network in Canada

By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor

The Comverse Mobile Internet HUB visual voicemail and multimedia messaging (MMS) solution is aiding Bell Mobility to highlight and completely leverage its recently launched high-speed wireless network in Canada.

Bell is benefitting from the Comverse (News - Alert) Mobile Internet HUB that can easily help optimize traffic flow and significantly enhance the overall Web browsing experience for users.

Smart phones are a rage today, and the new high-speed packet access (HSPA) network is able to bring Comverse Visual Voicemail to a range of advanced handsets.

This capability enriches voicemail service with visual elements, such a very user friendly inbox that displays all messages. Users can simply pick any message in any order with one click and communicate quickly with the people they want.

This deal with Comverse also allows Bell users to read their voicemail by getting their voice messages converted into text, thanks to Comverse’s voice messaging platform. In addition, users can send more and larger multimedia messages with the Comverse MMS Center (MMSC) that delivers a rich multimedia messaging experience over Bell’s extensive HSPA device line-up.

In a release, Bruce Rodin, vice president of wireless technology, Bell Mobility, said the company aims to deliver the very best of mobile technology -- and this is the reason they chose to partner with Comverse.

Bell expects Comverse’s global technological expertise and proven track record in delivering advanced voice, messaging, and mobile Internet services will help them achieve this goal.

Dror Bin, president of Global Sales at Comverse, noted that they look forward to working with Bell, which is on the cutting edge of change.

“Navigating the future successfully requires enriching communications with new services and a compelling, superior user experience, maximizing operator revenues by creating new revenue streams, and reducing costs through operational efficiencies,” added Bin.

Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Patrick Barnard

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