Infinite Convergence Solutions, a next-generation wireless messaging and mobility solutions provider received accreditation from the GSM Association (GSMA (News - Alert)) for its Rich Communications Suite (RCS).
Incorporated in 2010, as a subsidiary of Infinite Computer Solutions LTD, Infinite Convergence (News - Alert) Solution has made a name for itself in the industry pretty quickly. It was only a few years ago that it entered a strategic partnership with Motorola that transferred all of Motorola’s (News - Alert) messaging products, employees, and intellectual property to infinite. This was a big acquisition.
Shortly after the deal, Infinite (News - Alert) released its fourth quarter sales reports with showed an increase in revenues, mostly due to its partnership with Motorola. At the time, it was estimated that the company made almost $40 million that year and has been growing ever since.
Since then, the company was the first to deploy messages on an LTE (News - Alert) network, has supported a range of technology including CDMA, GSM, and LTE, and has enabled the largest MMS service in the USA.
Now with its latest accreditation, the certificate will reinforce infinite’s commitment to industry standardization and mobile messaging solutions.
"We're extremely proud that the GSMA has recognized Infinite Convergence and our Rich Communications Suite as a hosted solution provider that is compliant with its stringent standards," said Anurag Lal, CEO of Infinite Convergence.
RSC provides mobile operators with the change to regain some revenue share and customer base through the TELCO-grade enhanced messaging service and video sharing. Additionally, the service enables mobile operators to deploy enhanced messaging services that are compatible with everything from non-IMS networks to 3G, 4G, Cloud, Wi-Fi, and of course LTE.
"A consistent set of standards across mobile operators is a necessity in order to keep the telecom industry moving forward, and rich-media communications combined with interoperability is a major differentiator for mobile operators,” said Lal.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker