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XIUS, Connectem Form Partnership

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WOBURN, Mass. -- Today XIUS, a leader in delivering innovative platforms, applications and services for mobile operators worldwide, and mobile infrastructure virtualization vendor Connectem Inc. announced they will propose the latest Virtualized LTE Evolved Packet Core (EPC) for carrier commercial deployment. Jointly, the two companies’ offering will target mobile operators who want to save significant costs in their 4G / LTE without sacrificing processing speed, quality and service for their customers as well as converged broadband solution providers who are launching 4G mobile services with 3G failover. Both solutions are offered in an on-demand, cloud-based, managed service environment with the 4G service architected on VMC and SDN (software-defined network) frameworks. XIUS Mobile Services Platform (MSP) provides mobile operators with complete telecom voice and data services across multiple network types and generations. MSP provides operators access to core network infrastructure components at a fraction of the cost without compromising on reliability, performance or support. MSP’s complete network, online charging, BSS / OSS and mobile VAS component suite, as well as flexibility in how it can be implemented, enable MSP to serve multiple commercialization needs; from M2M to MVNE/MVNO to wholesale traffic segregation and management to converged broadband 4G LTE implementations as well. Connectem has developed the industry’s first mobile infrastructure virtualization software (VCM) for telecom operators and infrastructure providers, designed to run in a cloud-based delivery framework. Both companies have current implementations and trials of their respective solutions at mobile operators around the world. XIUS Corp.

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