BT Global Services Picks tyntec

SMS hubbing technology will form part of BT's Global Telecom Markets portfolio

May 25, 2010

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LONDON -- BT Global Services has selected SMS hubbing technology from mobile interaction service provider tyntec (www.tyntec.com) to be part of its Global Telecom Markets (GTM) portfolio. The deal will see BT combining tyntec’s International Messaging Transit (IMT) technology into its wholesale offerings for mobile network operators (MNOs) and mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) clients.

SMS hubbing provides MNOs and MVNOs a ready-made, one-stop-shop portfolio of international SMS connectivity, doing away with the need for them to sign and manage hundreds of individual SMS roaming agreements. Having access to more than 700 mobile networks worldwide, BT GTM’s SMS Hubbing service, based on tyntec’s fully GSMA compliant hubbing solution IMT, can offer new and existing mobile operators massive global reach with one interface, one contract and one bill.

Michael Kowalzik, CEO of tyntec, said: “Our agreement with BT represents a significant validation of our SMS hubbing technology. For BT Global Services to select IMT as its SMS hubbing solution of choice shows that it represents a truly market leading combination of reliability, flexibility and capability.”

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