NetNumber is playing a unique role in reducing the negative impact of signaling traffic on fixed and mobile networks.
Lowell, MA (PRWEB) September 25, 2014
NetNumber, a leading provider of centralized signaling and routing controller (CSRC) solutions, announced today it has been selected as a finalist for the Telecom Council 2014 Innovation Showcase. This showcase highlights innovative companies to press, telecom operators, top-tier vendors, and investors. NetNumber is one of 13 companies selected from a hundred applicants on the basis of standard Telecom Council criteria – innovation, momentum, viability, and management.
“We are so pleased to help companies like NetNumber gain visibility and exposure through our Innovation Showcase program,” said Stephanie Owyoung, vice president, Telecom Council of Silicon Valley. “The companies we are highlighting are true innovators, and changing the face of the telecom industry. They are the best of the best.”
NetNumber provides a common, virtualized infrastructure called TITAN for all signaling control, policy enforcement and subscriber database services in the network. TITAN is transforming how operators deliver new high-definition voice and video services to their customers while drastically simplifying the network core and reducing operating costs.
“NetNumber is honored to be recognized as a finalist for the Telecom Council Innovation Showcase this year,” said Brad Boston, president and CEO of NetNumber. “NetNumber is focused on helping carriers deliver new services for their customers more quickly, while managing the transition to next-generation networks. We are playing a unique role in reducing the negative impact of signaling traffic on fixed and mobile networks. This recognition by customers and partners in the industry means a great deal to us.”
Today, TITAN is deployed on more than 350 servers on five continents, and supports more than 200 billion transactions per month.
NetNumber president and CEO will be presenting NetNumber’s approach at the Telecom Council Carrier Connections (TC3) on October 1, 2014 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. To schedule a meeting with NetNumber at TC3, contact Kim Gibbons, kgibbons(at)netnumber(dot)com