Comverse Showcases Cloud-Based Evolved Communication Suite Services Currently in Tier-1 Trial in North America and Other Regions
WAKEFIELD, Mass., May 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- At RCS Summit 2014 in Dallas on May 21-22, Comverse (Nasdaq:CNSI), a global leader in telecom business enablement, will present strategies and solutions for deploying and leveraging VoLTE and RCS as pivotal elements in the evolution to all-IP networks and services.
Comverse is a trailblazer in rich communication services and currently holds a dominant market share in North America for VoLTE-based (Voice over LTE) services.
In "Evolve to Be a Digital Lifestyle Player" (May 22 at 11:40), Shai Perach, Head of Product Marketing and Strategy, Digital Services, Comverse, will outline strategies enabling communication service providers (CSPs) to evolve their services to IP to successfully meet the challenges of today's digital lifestyle and seize opportunities of future digital services.
Delivering the Telecom Version of IP Communication Services
Also central to the event will be Comverse's demonstration of the Evolved Communication Solution (ECS), which is currently in tier-1 trial in North America and other regions. Cloud-based, ECS enables CSPs to accelerate to market the telecom version of IP communication services, making RCS happen by:
- Modernizing the Experience of Existing Services: Leverage key assets to evolve voice call, SMS, MMS and visual voicemail services to a digital experience across any Internet-connected device via WebRTC or downloadable client; build a critical mass of users for IP-based communication services.
- Launching New Rich Communication Services: Be provider of choice for IP communications with the complete range of RCS 5.1 services: standalone messaging, one-to-one chat, group chat, file transfer, content sharing, social presence information, geo-location services, IP voice call and IP video call - extended with full visual voicemail connectivity, social media, archiving services and more.
- Gaining Insight into the Digital Lifestyle of Subscribers: Harvest social media information to reach out to subscribers in new ways and evolve retail and marketing power to the digital era, alongside facilitating the adoption of RCS and future digital services.
"CSPs can better defend their turf with a multi-device/ multi-platform experience with the user experience center stage," said Aashu Virmani, Vice President Product Management and Product Marketing for Digital Services at Comverse. "Comverse ECS enables CSPs to deliver the most successful elements of over-the-top rivals in both existing and new services, paving the way to benefit from the many possibilities that future digital services have to offer."
Comverse ECS is delivering a full digital lifestyle service experience in tier-1 trials for key CSPs in the North America and other key regions.
Schedule a meeting/ demo with Comverse at RCS Summit 2014 to see first-hand how Comverse ECS, designed with multi-device/multi-platform clients, WebRTC gateway, and centralized H-Base storage can empower you to deliver a differentiating service experience that can enable you to become an integral part of subscribers' digital lifestyle.
Comverse is a leading global provider of telecom business solutions that enable communication service provider success in the hyper-connected world through service innovation and smart monetization. The company's proven and innovative product portfolio includes BSS, Policy Management (PCRF) and Enforcement, and Digital Services - all backed by Managed and Professional Services. Comverse's extensive customer base spans more than 125 countries with solutions successfully delivered to over 450 communication service providers serving more than two billion subscribers. Comverse's solutions are available in a variety of delivery models, including on-site, cloud, hosted/SaaS and managed services. For more information, visit www.comverse.com.
Statements included or incorporated by reference in this press release may contain "forward-looking statements." There can be no assurance that any forward-looking statements will be achieved, and actual results could differ materially from forecasts and estimates. Important factors that could affect the company include the risks described in the section entitled "Forward-Looking Statements" Item 1A, "Risk Factors" and elsewhere in the company's Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with the SEC on April 16, 2014 or in subsequently filed periodic, current or other reports. The company undertakes no commitment to update or revise forward-looking statements except as required by law.
CONTACT: Thomas SabolComverse, Inc.email@example.com
Source: Comverse, Inc.