TMC (News - Alert), a global integrated media company, has recognized iQsim IRON SIM Server One with the 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award. iQsim is a European-based provider of SIM Server platform and Virtual SIM technology solutions.
In a release, Rich Tehrani (News - Alert), CEO, TMC, said, "I am happy to grant iQsim with a Product of the Year Award. The editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY have testified that the IRON SIM Server One displays quality and innovation and provides answers to real needs in the marketplace. I would like to congratulate the entire team at iQsim for their commitment to advancing IP communication technologies."
The iQsim IRON SIM Server One has been designed as a next-generation all-in-one call and SMS termination product. The solution features SIM cards storage capacity and has been incorporated with advanced SIM Server features which include SIM Allocation and SIM Protection.
Based on iQsim's leading IRON Suite technology, the IRON SIM Server One offering can provision the appropriate Virtual SIM card to GSM devices after factoring in the usage and time as well as price plans which makes it an all-in-one solution capable of accelerating the development of small to medium Call and SMS termination service cost-effectively and securely.
Philippe Bessaguet, iQsim's CEO, said, "We are pleased to receive the 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award. iQsim IRON SIM Server One embeds our leading IRON Suite SIM management technology in a single hardware configuration. The award recognizes both iQsim's state-of-the-art technology and its product innovation."
The iQsim IRON SIM Server One essentially has been designed to incorporate a number of advanced capabilities which are typical to larger, multi-server platforms. The capabilities include Human Behavior Simulation (HBS) as well as management of fully automatic pre-paid SIM cards.
Laurent Lhermitte, Vice-President of Sales, said, "The iQsim IRON SIM Server One provides high-end virtual SIM technology and features, combined with SIM storage in a single hardware configuration, thus simplifying deployment and management and reducing overall costs.”
Edited by Rich Steeves