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T-Mobile Austria Uses Openmind for A2P Messaging

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DUBLIN -- Openmind Networks today announced that it has been selected in a competitive tender with T-Mobile Austria to deliver a new Application 2 Person (A2P) Gateway to power the operator’s A2P messaging.

Openmind succeeded, in a tender which included ten other vendors, because its A2P Gateway offered both superior technical and commercial benefits to T-Mobile Austria. The project to deploy Openmind’s A2P Gateway is now underway and the launch is expected to take place later this year.

T-Mobile Austria made the decision to replace its existing legacy A2P gateway last year, launching a Request for Proposal (RFP) to find an improved solution.

“We chose Openmind’s A2P Gateway based on technical and commercial merit, but also because of the leading position that Openmind has carved out in the messaging space,” said Rüdiger Köster, CTO of T-Mobile Austria. “We are very excited to complete the deployment of the new platform later this year. We look forward to beginning to experience the benefits that Openmind's technology can unlock in our network”.

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