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June 21, 2012

Syniverse Launches its LTE Hub to Help Industrial Advancement

Mobile network providers around the world have been getting busy with the implementation of long term evolution (LTE) networking solutions for their customer bases. This worldwide outbreak of LTE services is starting to make end-user demands skyrocket, and Syniverse seems to have come up with a solution that will rock their world. The Syniverse LTE Hub will allow operators to link up LTE and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) capabilities within one "box," allowing operators to offer voice and data roaming packages to their customers with a system that has interoperability.

Syniverse President and CEO Jeff Gordon said, "Around the globe, operators are making tremendous progress rolling out LTE networks. For end users, the most important factor is that these networks interoperate with each other and interwork with supporting Wi-Fi and legacy cellular networks to offer the ubiquitous coverage to which mobile users have become accustomed. For operators, this means they must take steps to deliver full-service 4G interoperability and interworking today to deliver advanced services well into the future."

LTE interoperability will take place with Syniverse's IP Packet Exchange Network (IPX) solution. IPX is essential to giving customers the high reliability and clarity they expect from their providers. With such a connection, operators will be able to use 4G in a way never before possible, through Syniverse's own suite of solutions. For example, operators will be able to connect the LTE network through Syniverse's IPX and gain Diameter and SIP signaling capabilities that will allow customers to enter different networks through a seamless transition.

"4G roaming and interworking present a host of complexities for operators, so it's critical to take a long-term strategic approach to maximize back-end efficiencies and to focus on the end-user experience," said Syniverse's CEO. "Instead of having to vet, implement, and manage separate solutions for network, clearing and settlement, customer care, and messaging, mobile operators can obtain all of these vital solutions via a single source -- the Syniverse IPX network."

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Edited by Rich Steeves

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