Verscom Solutions Announces South Asia Expansion

Leading NGN telecom solutions provider now reaches 130 clients in 30 countries

October 31, 2011

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KUALA LUMPUR -- Verscom Solutions whose next-generation packet-voice network infrastructures help service providers achieve exceptional service quality and profitability, announced expansion of operations in South Asia. The move expands Verscom’s global footprint in architecting and integrating turn-key NGN infrastructures that help Tier-n wireline and wireless carriers, network operators and service providers cut service costs, heighten quality and drive profitability.

Verscom Solutions is as a leading designer and integrator of best of breed packet voice networks and convergent OSS/BSS solutions, and a pioneer in “service excellence.” Verscom partners with service providers to guide them through critical early growth stages in the NGN network lifecycle. “Verscom Solutions’ superb international reputation of meeting its clients’ specific network, process and business requirements is well deserved, and our experience with them has been marked by unparalleled customer experience,” notes Dr. Wael Taher, Chief Executive Officer of Samatel, Oman’s third licensed voice operator and MVNO.

“Our “global” vision of IP service profitability is now proven in approximately 130 clients in more than 30 countries. We view South Asia as the next strategic market for service provider growth opportunity, and a key to our expansion after achieving market leadership in MENA region and gaining major wins in East and West Africa,” said Gurkan Ozturk, Executive Vice President of Strategy, Marketing and Business Development of Verscom Solutions. Verscom Solutions will discuss significant investments in the Asian market, and Ozturk will lead the panel: “Adapting to the Changing Voice Market and Maintaining Growth” on Tuesday, November 1 at 2 pm at the Capacity Asia show, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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