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MagtiCom, Motorola ink mobile network contract

13 Jan 2010

Motorola has announced it has signed a contract with Georgian mobile operator MagtiCom for the delivery of network optimisation services to enhance the performance of the cellco’s entire 2G network. Under the contract, the US vendor will deploy its intelligent optimisation service (IOS), enabling MagtiCom to deliver a high quality and cost effective service to its mobile customer base. The solution is designed to improve network performance stability, reduce levels of interference and dropped calls – resulting in less subscriber churn – and will enable an easier introduction of new data services or additional voice capacity. ‘We want to deliver the most advanced customer services and are always looking for ways to improve the end-user experience,’ noted David Lee, general director of MagtiCom, adding, ‘Motorola is a trusted partner of MagtiCom, and we believe that the solutions provided by Motorola will greatly optimise our network performance and ultimately consumer experience.’ The new contract continues a longstanding relationship between the two companies; MagtiCom launched commercial GSM services in September 1997 over a network supplied by Motorola, and last year the vendor delivered a successful 3G optimisation service to the cellco.

Georgia, MagtiCom, Motorola

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