STOCKHOLM, Sweden, December 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
DigitalRoute today announced that MediationZone from DigitalRoute has been selected by BTC, the Bahamas telecommunications company, to support their ongoing 4G and NGN projects.
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC), the country's sole wireless provider is targeting to roll out its 4G network during 2011, enabling 20 to 30 times faster data speeds compared to what is available today.
For major communication service providers in the world, massive volumes of usage records are processed every day in order run mission critical applications. Mediation reduces the number of point integrations and provides the functions to efficiently manage usage data before it reaches the business support systems.
With the rapid uptake of mobile data services driven by new network technologies, mediation is an essential component in the service providers' business operations.
"The planned introduction of 4G, enabling high speed mobile broadband for all our subscriber and visitors makes a flexible and high performance mediation solution such as MediationZone a necessity", said Marlon Johnson VP Marketing at BTC.
"I think Digital Route is well positioned to meet our mediation needs and our partnership to date has been great. We are very impressed by the rich set of off-the shelf functionality that MediationZone can provide", added Sheldon Mundle CIO at BTC.
DigitalRoute has enjoyed a strong business momentum in North America during 2010 and 2011, where it has selected by some of the leading service providers to replace legacy mediation and data integration systems.
"We value the opportunity to work with BTC and it fits perfectly with our plans for continued strengthening of our presence in the region", said Stephen Rickaby General Manager at DigitalRoute Americas.
DigitalRoute® is an independent software vendor delivering market leading mediation and integration solutions to the global telecommunications and data communications industry. DigitalRoute simplifies service providers' data infrastructure, centralizing integration of IT and communication networks. DigitalRoute technology for mediation, data integration and policy control is deployed for 240 customers worldwide.
For more information visit http://www.digitalroute.com
BTC is the exclusive mobile operator in The Bahamas, as well as a leading provider of fixed-line and broadband services. For the year ended 31 December 2009, BTC had total revenues of B$361 million, EBITDA B$101 million, and net income of B$48 million. As at 31 December 2009, BTC had gross assets of B$371 million. The company currently has approximately 123,000 fixed line customers, 388,000 mobile customers and 19,000 broadband customers.
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