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HT Mobile selects Intec architecture solution















MUMBAI: Intec, a BSS/OSS software vendor for fixed, mobile and next-generation networks, announced today that HT Mobile, Vietnam‘s newest nation-wide mobile communications service provider has selected Intec‘s full suite of billing and operations support systems, including interconnect, mediation, convergent billing, and charging solutions and the provision of managed services.


The Intec solution architecture will form a part of the operator‘s strategy to offer advanced mobile services in Vietnam.

 

This new contract further adds to Intec‘s long-term relationship with the Hutchison Group, particularly its market-leading 3G operations. Intec provides both retail and interconnect billing, plus convergent mediation, to a number of ‘3‘ branded operations, including the UK, Australia, Austria, Sweden, and Italy.


Together the two companies have developed unmatched expertise in the creation of an advanced BSS/OSS architecture that delivers a wide variety of next-generation mobile services to both pre-paid and post-paid customers.

 

HT Mobile recently launched its advanced CDMA2000 1XEV-DO network in Vietnam, with a network presence in all 64 provinces together with a suite of products and services ranging from prepaid, postpaid, SMS and MMS to high-speed internet as well as infotainment services. The adoption of the Intec Solution Architecture is driven by a compelling need to reduce operational complexity, total cost of ownership, increase service flexibility, reduce and facilitate rapid launch and revenue generation IP-based third generation services.


HT Mobile CEO Elizabete Fong says, "We chose Intec because of its proven track record as an established BSS/OSS vendor across the globe, and because its integrated solution architecture offers us a proven solution based on best-of-breed components. We are confident that its experience will help us to rapidly address the needs of the developing communications market in Vietnam."


Intec CPP Asia Pacific Norm Halvorson said, "Intec is delighted to work with HT Mobile to deliver leading edge technology, robust performance and benefits of next generation services to a broader section of the Vietnamese society. Our carrier-grade, next-generation BSS/OSS solution supports the business strategies of the world‘s leading carriers and Intec remains committed to continue to enable the rapid rollout of new and innovative services."

 

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