"MVNO in a MiniBox" The world's smallest telecom system

MATTERSBURG, Austria and BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 25, 2013 I-NEW from Mattersburg, Austria, one of the global market leaders in mobile virtual network technology, will celebrate a world premiere at the Mobile World Congress being held in Barcelona from February 25-28, 2013 (I-NEW booth, Hall 5, booth number 5H36). With its revolutionary "MVNO in a MiniBox," I-NEW is presenting the smallest telecom system in the world at the world's biggest trade show for mobile technology. While other providers need large server halls filled with complex technology, I-NEW packs the entire technology required for a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) into a system that fits into a single rack. "This has never been done before," says I-NEW's CEO, Peter Nussbaumer, describing the giant technological leap. "Besides telephone services our MiniBox contains all the important system components needed, such as billing, Voicemail, messaging, mobile marketing, IVR, customer self-care, Contactcenter, and mobile transactions--all in the smallest possible space."

Revolutionary all-in-one-system: Companies with only 10,000 customers can operate a highly profitable mobile virtual network.

For the first time, this revolutionary new technology will be presented at the I-NEW booth in Barcelona (Hall 5, Booth 5H36). "With this product a completely new business model is possible," explains I-NEW's designated member of the board and shareholder, Boris Nemsic, former CEO of Telekom Austria, describing the competitive advantage. "We open new frontiers: Banks, discounters, energy providers, insurers, fashion labels, media companies, sports clubs, or car manufacturers with large target groups or many customers can now offer their own mobile services. With our revolutionary technology, it is possible to operate a small mobile virtual network highly profitably. This was something that before, due to the lack of cost-effective, quickly realizable, and viable technology, was not possible." I-NEW has specialized in technology for MVNOs that do not have their own mobile networks but that obtain the necessary infrastructure from other providers.

MVNO on Occasion: Large-scale events such as Olympic Games or World Championships become a new business case.

Now I-NEW goes a decisive step further: for Olympic Games, World Championships, and other major events, it is possible to establish dedicated mobile networks. "We call this 'MVNO on Occasion’" says Nemsic. "So a phone call in Peking between two Europeans will no longer cost EUR 4,30 per minute, but only 5 cents."

"What had been missing was the diversity of brands and niches," is how I-NEW CEO Peter Nussbaumer describes the status. "We have been able to reduce the investment costs for the complete MVNO infrastructure by up to 50%, with the MiniBox reducing costs even more. With our innovative technology, the operating costs of the telecom providers can be kept extremely low as well, and the ecological footprint, through low energy consumption, is much smaller than comparable systems. For the telecom industry that globally is battling massive problems, this certainly is a powerful argument. Now companies with only 10,000 customers can be highly profitable, while the same systems can serve millions of customers as well. This all can be accomplished in the record time to market of only a few months."

Large mobile virtual network operators rely on I-NEW technology around the world – from Virgin Mobile in Latin America, through Mosaic Telecom in the USA, to Skinny in New Zealand.

VIRGIN Mobile Latin America in Chile, and more recently in Columbia, relies on I-NEW technology. "I-NEW's one-stop-shop approach was intriguing to VIRGIN Mobile," says Jim Glass, VIRGIN Latin America's CTO. "The I-NEW platform is highly scalable, providing the ability to enter new markets faster than our competitors." The innovative Austrian technology and software developer--with offices in Colombia, Chile, and Hungary and an operations center in New Zealand--is rapidly becoming one of the most successful and sought-after companies in this quickly expanding field. Vodafone Germany, Egypt Telecom, Serbian Telenor, Saudi Telecom, Z-Mobile Kosovo, Mosaic Telecom USA, Lemontel Cyprus, Leo Namibia, and Skinny Telecom New Zealand already rely on technology and offer their customers tailor-made services and applications.

About I-New Unified Mobile Solutions AG:I-New is a modern and innovative telecom platform and services organization that provides outstanding products and services, set in operation by a wide number of MNOs and MVNOs worldwide. I-New combines a high level of dedication to customer service with expertise in developing exceptional products. These objectivities in conjunction with professionalism and a quality approach, guide the actions of I-New in all our activities. I-New has over 15 years of experience in, MVNO's, MVNE's, Machine 2 Machine, Business Support Systems (BSS) and Telecom Core Networks with its Headquarters in Austria. For more information about I-New: http://www.i-new.com

About Comsys Telecom & Media B.V.: Comsys Telecom & Media is a specialist in interactive telephony services and provides telecommunication products, solutions and cloud services in the converging arena of IN, 3G, SIP and VoIP networks for mobile and fixed line telephone operators, MVNO’s and Contact Centres. Comsys has more than 28 years of experience in developing and hosting interactive media services such as Voicemail, IVR, Contact Centers, Call Completion, Roaming and many more. Besides a product & solution provider Comsys also owns and operates cloud based service centre. For more information about Comsys visit: http://www.comsys.net/

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