Roundup: Radcom, VeloCom, Jinny, iCrossing, LIME-Genband

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Israeli network test and service assurance provider Radcom (Nasdaq: RDCM) has received additional orders worth US$6.5mn from a large Latin American mobile telecoms operator, Radcom said in a statement without naming the operator.

The orders were placed by several of the telecoms operator's regional subsidiaries, Radcom said.

The operator selected Radcom's advanced Omni-Q solution for controlling many aspects of service quality.

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Argentine mobile service provider VeloCom has selected the Tellabs SmartCore 9100 series to support its planned WiMax rollout, Tellabs said in a statement.

The Tellabs SmartCore 9100 series is a mobile packet core platform for 3G, LTE and WiMax, and is designed to reduce capital and operating expenses, simplify network management and offer superior visibility into networks.

The platform provides advanced analytics and monetization tools to help maximize investment, and flexible, open network architecture to support growth.


Consultancy Frost & Sullivan has selected Irish mobile messaging solutions provider Jinny Software for its global mobile messaging infrastructure competitive strategy award, Jinny said in a statement.

The award names the company as "a key solution provider for both legacy and next-generation mobile messaging markets."

Jinny has strong presence in Latin America with support centers in São Paulo and Panama City.


The iCrossing digital marketing agency has bought Chile's Wallaby Group, a digital agency operating in Latin America and Spain.

It will be rebranded as iCrossing. The two companies have been working together since 2009, when they did search engine marketing for Coca-Cola in Latin America. Wallaby's regional director, Gonzaga Valdés, will become iCrossing's Latin America/Spain CEO.


Caribbean telco LIME, a unit of Cable & Wireless Communications, has deployed key components of next-generation IP solutions supplier Genband's GENView unified management solution for improved service management, service quality and operational efficiencies, Genband said in a statement.

LIME has integrated GENView Assurance capabilities such as universal ticketing, workforce management and subscriber diagnostics with its OSS back-office systems for enhanced customer care, productivity and issue-resolution.

"GENView Assurance enables us to better serve our customers by replacing manual processes with an end-to-end, automated solution that allows us to quickly and efficiently analyze, diagnose and resolve customer service issues with our voice, wireless, data and video services," LIME CTO Patrick Bradd said.