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October 26, 2009
LONDON -- Roamware Inc., a global leader in mobile roaming and financial solutions, has announced the launch of its roaming hub solution, Roamware Meta Hub, at the Mobile Roaming World Summit in London. The Roamware Meta Hubs allow mobile operators to quickly offer customers access to new partner networks and provide a range of new voice and data services while reducing costs associated with roaming. Deployments of Meta Hubs and sub-hubs are planned with mobile operators in across Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Roamware currently works with more than 400 mobile operators in 146 countries.
Meta Hubs provide a global ecosystem of interconnectivity between sub-hubs that host a range of global roaming services shared by multiple network operators and can be deployed to market with speed via a single connection. The Roamware Meta Hub whilst complying with GSMA standards goes beyond the requirements specified by the GSMA. The Meta Hub focuses on bilateral roaming as well as multilateral roaming world as enabled by open connectivity, with a single objective to increase revenue, profit and reduce cost for client operators of the hub.
The Roamware Meta Hub provides a solution for both network operators with existing roaming agreements or for those without. It is expected to provide a range of roaming applications and services such as: Camel roaming; virtual home environment;; network extension;; SIMM roaming; proactive quality monitoring, testing and business intelligence as well as Steering of Roaming and a host of other services
John Jiang, EVP of Product Development Strategy and CTO, Roamware commented, "With increasing pressure to manage capital expenditures and to increase revenue and profits, hubbing provides an on demand like service for operators in extending roaming relationships and rolling out revenue increasing roaming solutions without having to make upfront capital investments. In addition, the operator has complete freedom to maintain existing bilateral agreements or migrate to a multilateral agreement via a hub whilst being able to offer a wider range of services. The end benefits to the consumer include improved coverage in addition to convenience enabled by a range of roaming solutions."
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