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AdaptiveMobile Signs Three T1 MNO Deals to Secure RCS Traffic in North America

Clock 12 February 2016
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AdaptiveMobile Signs Three T1 MNO Deals to Secure RCS Traffic in North America Image Credit: AdaptiveMobile

Mobile network security firm, AdaptiveMobile announced that the company has signed deals with three Tier-1 carriers in North America to protect their strategic RCS messaging infrastructures. The Dublin headquartered startup said that the rapid uptake of AdaptiveMobile’s RCS security which uses restful APIs enables carriers to proactively deploy features such as “identification, authentication, privacy and security” to retain trust in their networks and gain competitive advantage over proprietary messaging Apps such as WhatsApp and Viber.

RCS has long been projected to be the future of mobile messaging with the 2015 Global Strategic Business Report projecting “the global market for RCS Services to reach US $4.9 billion by 2020.” Google’s acquisition of Jibe Mobile, a leading provider of RCS services in September last year is further evidence of the industry’s efforts to bring RCS to a global audience.

Brian Collins, CEO of AdaptiveMobile
After many false dawns, we can say with confidence that RCS has finally arrived, as the operator community realise their vision of a global interoperable messaging standard. As the industry moves towards NFV and Telco clouds, open security APIs will be increasingly important – and as the world leader in carrier security, AdaptiveMobile is at the forefront of this security revolution.

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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