BrewMP Gets Visual Voicemail

Silent Communication's Visual Voicemail mobile client is now available for the Brew MP mobile operating system

March 29, 2011

2 Min Read

TEL AVIV -- Silent Communication announced today that its Visual Voicemail mobile client (Silent VVM) is now available for the Brew MP mobile operating system. Utilizing Silent Communication's serverless Device and Network Agnostic (DANA) deployment technology, mobile network operators are now enabled to roll out Silent VVM to any Brew MP-based device in their portfolio, with seamless support for any network voicemail. Silent Communication's support for mobile operating systems spanning Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, Java, Windows Mobile, iPhone and now Brew MP ensures that mobile operators are empowered to conquer mobile fragmentation with revenue-driving applications and services that run on any mobile device and any mobile operating system.

"Mobile operators have struggled to provide full-featured Visual Voicemail service to subscribers that use Brew MP-based devices, and this deficiency has compromised the operators' ability to extend this high-value service across their full device portfolios," said Silent Communication CEO Max Bluvband. "With the addition of Brew MP to our broad portfolio of supported mobile operating systems, mobile operators now have greater flexibility to provide subscribers with innovative mobile services like Silent VVM - quickly and cost-effectively - that ensure the best possible user experience regardless of device or operating system."

Silent Communication's Visual Voicemail (Silent VVM) is the first of the company's mobile clients to support Brew MP, in addition to all other previously supported operating systems. The Silent VVMâ„¢ mobile client enables users to browse voice messages visually, listen to messages with one click, and respond to voice messages via call back, SMS, MMS and/or email via a single, easy to use interface. Silent VVM's integrated Voice-To-Text capabilities provide users with additional flexibility to view text transcriptions of their voice messages, thereby achieving the ability to manage voicemail from end-to-end in environments where audio message playback is impractical.

Silent Inc.

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