OpenCloud has announced that managed mobile services provider Teleena, has selected its Rhino products to provide the flexibility needed to innovate and respond to changing market conditions quickly and at a reduced cost.
Mobile Virtual Network Enabler (MVNE) Teleena offers managed mobile solutions to MNO’s, Cable Companies, MVNO’s and other enterprises around the globe. Teleena enables its customers to offer distinctive and customised mobile services in order to add value to their existing activities. OpenCloud’s Rhino Telecom Application Server and Rhino Sentinel provide Teleena with an open, flexible service architecture that gives Teleena more choice and greater control of the direction, speed and cost of service innovation.
Rhino provides telecoms operators with an open service layer that allows them to solve network signalling challenges and create new services, in-house or with the help of third party developers. The freedom to innovate and the free choice of how it is implemented is central to enabling its customers to accelerate the launch of new services into the marketplace, and deliver significant competitive advantages.
“Our customers are looking to rapidly innovate mobile propositions that will offer clear differentiation in today’s crowded marketplace”, says Rob Snijder, CTO of Teleena. “We selected OpenCloud to further extend our ability to quickly and cost-effectively deploy innovative mobile services that meet the requirements of our service provider customers. We pride ourselves on giving our customers a competitive edge in today’s constantly changing mobile environment and OpenCloud has reinforced our capacity to achieve this.”
“OpenCloud and Teleena share a vision in that both companies are committed to providing products and services that enable telecoms service providers to stand out from the crowd,” says Jeff Gordon, CEO of OpenCloud. “To become more competitive, telecom service providers need the freedom to innovate faster and with lower cost. Rhino delivers open flexibility, freedom and choice, and enables our customers to reduce baseline operational expenditure and accelerate time to market without constraint.”
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