Tuesday, 22 August 2017

GMS to extend Openmind’s traffic control platform

Openmind Networks
Wednesday 27 August 14

Openmind Networks today announced that GMS, a leading CIS SMS/MMS wholesale telecoms provider, is to focus on extending the geographical spread of its Openmind servers throughout the CIS, and EU regions, in order to improve service scalability…

Openmind Networks today announced that GMS, a leading CIS SMS/MMS wholesale telecoms provider, is to focus on extending the geographical spread of its Openmind servers throughout the CIS, and EU regions, in order to improve service scalability, quality and to extend its customer base.

GMS, one of the first GSMA Certified HUB providers, is a long time customer of Openmind’s and has previously deployed its SMS/MMS Hub and App Router Traffic Control modules.

Openmind’s SMS/MMS Hub has enabled GMS to become a trusted, flexible and cost efficient provider of high quality SMS/MMS services. GMS offers worldwide coverage to over 1,400 network operators and over 1,000 destinations for full two-way SMS exchange. GMS is also the largest Ukrainian provider in terms of A2P SMS/MMS traffic volumes. Openmind’s technology helps GMS support extremely high A2P traffic, processing several thousands messages per second.

“As we expand, we need a scalable and cost effective way to improve the reliability and quality of our telecoms services,” said Iurii Makarenko, CEO of GMS. “Openmind has proved to be a trusted partner over the course of our relationship. It was a straightforward decision to engage Openmind to expand our Traffic Control deployment to meet those demands. We’re really looking forward to the service scale and quality we will be able to achieve through this extension.”

“GMS is an extremely valued partner,” said Alex Duncan, CEO of Openmind. “Openmind has worked with GMS for several years to support the growth of its business. We are delighted to continue supporting its market development via an expansion of its deployment of Traffic Control in the CIS and EU regions. We’re sure this is a partnership that will continue long into the future.”


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