Roamware Upgrades Platform

Has announced the latest version of its Service Delivery System platform, SDS 7

March 16, 2010

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Roamware, a leading provider of mobile roaming and financial services solutions, has announced the latest version of its Service Delivery System platform, SDS 7, which enables Roamware to rapidly develop and deploy mobile operator services with reduced roll-out costs and greater speed to market. Roamware's SDS Platform is currently installed across 400 mobile operator networks in over 150 countries and offers more than 30 applications. Thirty-two patents for the Roamware SDS platform have been granted and additional 200 are pending.

Roamware's EVP of Engineering Avnish Chauhan commented, "Global operators are increasingly demanding much shorter application development and deployment cycles. Today the timeframe needed for deployment of new products and services is in days instead of weeks. In line with our product vision of 'roaming in a box' solutions, SDS 7 has been architected to incorporate application design patterns which significantly reduce development time and enable operators to commercialize services more quickly and deploy and deliver services which provide significant ROIs."

John Jiang, CTO and EVP of Product Management added, "SDS 7 revolutionizes service management and deployment by enabling inversion of control, where network integration of the core platform simplifies application deployment and configuration and makes roll out of multiple services on demand extremely fast."

Roamware Inc.

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