mCarbon Introduces Telco-OTT Advanced Call Management Mobile App

mCarbon Tech Innovation, a leading mobile technology solutions innovator, introduces a new mobile application specifically developed to enable Telco’s to leverage their existing network infrastructure to offer a competitive Telco-over-the-top call handling service. The OTT application offers call filtering, setting profiles, visual voicemail, SMS screening, push notifications and other phonebook utilities via one interface. 

The company, in a statement, said that the application supports a range of standard mobile telephony capabilities and is designed to run on major mobile operating systems, includingiPhone®, Android® and Windows Mobile®. The app which can work over Wi-Fi, as well as 3G & LTE mobile networks is built on mCarbon’s Next-Generation Greenroom Platform, a network intelligent framework that provides a common, unified, and flexible control environment that can support multiple types of services and applications.

We believe operators stand in a far superior position then individual app OTT providers as they own the core network and offer ubiquitous service. Advanced Call Management App. brings OTT speed & innovation with network control & QOS under one umbrella which individual OTT apps can’t achieve. This will help operators engage more with subscribers, own their service experience and get additional data revenues.”

- Rajesh Razdan Co-Founder & CEO, MCarbon

 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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