DUBLIN, 24th April 2006 – Jinny Software, a leading supplier of messaging infrastructure to mobile network operators, today announced it has secured a contract to provide an SMSC, coupled with a range of VAS applications and a Real-time Charging Gateway to a key operator in the Caribbean region.
The Caribbean operator has an existing TDMA network and is currently rolling out a GSM network. Jinny Software’s solution proved to be a perfect match for their needs as the solution supports both TDMA and GSM. Indeed, the Jinny platform supports all key technologies of the Caribbean/Latin American market – GSM, CDMA and TDMA from a single platform.
This contract further strengthens Jinny’s relationship with the Caribbean operator who is an existing MMSC and WAP GW customer. The operators key technology and project concerns combined with the requirement of project delivery within very tight timescales meant that Jinny Software became the clear provider of choice. This increased footprint for Jinny within this operator’s landscape is a testament to the satisfaction that they have felt with regards the Jinny product, price and support proposition.
Commenting on the recent win, Robert Fleming, Regional Sales Manager, Jinny Software, said “Jinny Software was delighted to meet the needs of this particular network operator in the Caribbean, which is a key region for Jinny. This operator required a complete messaging solution that would cost effectively support both their TDMA and GSM customers from a single platform, while at the same time ensuring that they would generate maximum return from their prepaid customer base. This contract was a repeat purchase from an existing customer and we are committed to working closely with them to offer revenue generating solutions to garner the most from their subscriber base”.
Commenting on multi-technology aspect of the deal, George Yazbek, Strategic Marketing Director, Jinny Software, said, “The modular architecture of our solutions and proven interoperability, offers a perfect option for multi-country, multi-technology mobile operators facing the challenge of running different cellular network technologies, simultaneously, whether GSM, CDMA, or TDMA”.