Communology Joins Next-gen Alliance

Communology, a software and solutions vendor specializing in mobile multimedia applications, has announced that it is to join the NGMN (Next Generation Mobile Networks) Alliance.
The NGMN Alliances members currently include 19 of the worlds leading mobile network operators names like AT&T, China Mobile, Orange, Sprint, T-Mobile and Vodafone. Other organizations working within the Alliance include universities and research institutes, as well as 29 makers of network infrastructure, such as Alcatel Lucent, Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia Siemens Networks) and measuring equipment and end-user devices (Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson, among others).
Were delighted to have Communology, a strong innovator in the field of applications, on board, says NGMN Operating Officer, Dr. Peter Meissner. The success of tomorrows mobile communication networks will rely extensively on attractive services and new applications capable of bringing the Internet and mobile communication even closer together.
Communology says its Live Media platforms simplify the process of deploying sophisticated mobile communication services, including mobile social networks, location-based services and instant messaging, as well as multimedia applications such as Mobile TV and video. The company also specializes in solutions to support innovative forms of mobile marketing, and offers quality assurance services for mobile handset software.
We are thrilled to be part of the NGMN Alliance and to have the chance to collaborate on innovation in mobile communication applications, says Communology CEO, Thomas Khler. After all, high speed and real-time capabilities are not simply an end in themselves, theyre about offering customers attractive services, says. The higher performance offered by next-generation mobile networks will help to optimize numerous applications. Networks will be capable of supporting video downloads and TV streams in high definition quality, for example, and will greatly enhance the user experience in applications like location and navigation services and mobile internet browsing.

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