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Ooredoo launches IPX+ for mobile broadband with Tata

10 May 2013

Qatar Telecom (Ooredoo) has launched a voice-over-IPX+ platform, gaining access to international network operator Tata Communications’ IPX+ connected mobile destinations, as part of a plan to consolidate its entire network to an IP-based backbone, supporting a suite of services such as signalling, data roaming (GRX and IPX) and LTE roaming. Allan Chan, president of Global Carrier Services, Tata Communications, said: ‘We are seeing a huge demand for our IPX+ connectivity platform from mobile network operators looking to capitalise on the mobile data explosion’, adding that more than 140 operators in 40 countries were adopting its IPX+ services. Yousuf Abdulla Al-Kubaisi, chief wholesale and international officer, Ooredoo, said: ‘Tata Communications is best-placed to help us migrate to IPX which will enable us to roll out more innovative and tailored services to our customers across the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia.’

Qatar, Ooredoo Group, Ooredoo Qatar, Tata Communications

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