Madrid, Spain, November 28, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- AinaCom, Finland’s largest B2B service provider and mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE) has chosen Summa Networks' NextGen HSS and HLR to support its mobile traffic.
Summa Networks has developed a carrier-grade NextGen HSS, which combines LTE HSS, IMS HSS (Home Subscriber Server) and HLR (Home Location Register) in one single piece of software. This allows for smooth interworking between 3G and 4G. The NextGen HSS is particularly suited for the needs of MVNOs and companies operating in IoT. The solution is already evolving to support 5G networks.
Tomi Saario, CEO of AinaCom: “Summa Networks’ HSS enables us to tailor our mobile offer to our business customers. The flexibility of the solution and outstanding support of the team has enabled us to overcome all the hurdles of the implementation project.”
Javier Martin, CEO of Summa Networks: “We understand the challenges of staying ahead in a competitive market and continually look to empower our customers to optimally perform without having to worry about technologies. Our NextGen HSS and HLR is carrier-grade and designed for scalability, making it a robust and future-proof solution.”
AinaCom Oy is the largest virtual operator in Finland and an innovator of business ICT solutions. AinaCom provides optimally tailored IT and communications solutions, such as voice, mobile, network and IT solutions. AinaCom is part of Aina Group, whose business areas are Media and ICT. For more information visit www.aina.fi
About Summa Networks
Summa Networks is exclusively specialized in the development of state-of-the-art telecom software that ensure carrier-grade performance. Summa Networks’ unique NextGen HSS reaches further than current HSS and HLR solutions and can be seamlessly deployed in-house and in Cloud environments. It enables smooth interworking between 3G and 4G thanks to LTE HSS, IMS HSS and HLR open standard technologies in one piece of software. Summa Networks is part of Within Reach Holding, which prides itself in the success of companies such as the Dutch and German telecom provider Voiceworks, the leading German PBX provider Swyx and the French software company Centile. Website: www.summanetworks.com