Tata Communications (News - Alert), a company that positions itself as offering “a new world of communications” today announced a new mobile video telephony service.
Officials with Tata Communications say their so-called “Mobile Video Telephony” service will offer a single point of access for all voice services and will help avoid bad connections generally associated with high bandwidth technologies.
According to Christian Michaud, senior vice-president of product marketing and business development for Global Voice Solutions at Tata Communications, the company is committed to helping international mobile operators and carrier customers leverage their global network scale and extensive relationships to enhance their business and reach a larger market.
“With a strong network backbone, Tata Communications continues to offer next generation technology to our international carrier customers who in turn, can deliver best-in-class mobile video telephony technology to their end users,” Michaud said.
With the new offering, end users will be able to make mobile video telephony calls to anyone around the globe using their 3G mobile device. In addition, carriers and operators can more easily include new value-added services and advanced smartphone technologies including larger screens - to offer cutting-edge experiences for their customers.
At ITEXPO West 2009, happening now at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Tata Communication’s Sylvie Laperrière, Director, Peering & Commercial Operations took part in a Session titled, “Effective IP Peering Strategies” that featured other industry experts and addressed strategies for taking advantage of the many peering points, backbone providers and content networks currently offered.
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Edited by Stefania Viscusi