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Summa Networks Expands North American and European Partner Program for NextGen HSS and HLR

Madrid, Spain, February 15, 2019 –(– Summa Networks, a leading European provider of HLR/HSS technology for MVNOs and other broadband and telecommunications service providers, announced expansion of the partner program for its NextGen HSS (Home Subscriber Server) and HLR (Home Location Register) offering, which enables service providers to deliver margin-rich IoT and smart services. The initiative is targeted to resellers and integrators throughout key North American and European markets. Summa Networks partners can deliver high-margin solutions that can cost-effectively scale to address the requirements of any service provider, from small to large.

“Mobile providers have found that smart services translate into increased revenue, enhanced customer retention, and greater profitability in nearly every world market,” explained Javier Martin, chief executive officer of Summa Networks. “We’re eager to engage with partners and integrators who can not only help operators maximize business performance through highly-sought services, but who can also add to their own bottom line by offering trusted and cost-effective HLR/HSS solutions.”

Summa Networks already has several partners that service North American customers. Its NextGen HSS has been successfully deployed at several MVNOs, including Digital Communications Consulting and NewCore Wireless and wireless carriers such as Blue Wireless, which power users in different regions of the Americas.

In addition, Summa Networks has been selected by local partners to integrate the HSS/HLR in their solutions. These integrators include Casa Systems, AGT Networks, Digital Communications Consulting and Cirrus Core Networks.

Summa Networks’ carrier-grade NextGen HSS offering combines LTE (4G) HSS, IMS (3G) HSS and HLR (Home Location Register) capabilities into a single software solution, allowing seamless interworking between 3G and 4G. The NextGen HSS is particularly suited for the needs of MVNOs and providers looking to deliver smart home, smart business, and other IoT services. Summa Networks is also in the process of enabling NextGen HSS to support 5G networks as they become available.

NextGen HSS has been successfully deployed by numerous mobile operators across North America, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and Asia, and is renowned for being the HSS/HLR of choice for replacing end-of-life legacy systems. The platform is particularly well-suited to help smaller operators compete with global carriers who use expensive, cumbersome legacy HLR/HSS technology to deliver IoT services.

Summa Networks will exhibit at MWC19, the leading event for mobile technologies, taking place 25-28 February in Barcelona.

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About Summa Networks
Summa Networks is exclusively specialized in the development of state-of-the-art telecom software that ensure carrier-grade performance. Summa Networks’ unique NextGen HSS reaches further than current HSS and HLR solutions and can be seamlessly deployed in-house and in Cloud environments. It enables smooth interworking between 3G and 4G thanks to LTE HSS, IMS HSS and HLR open standard technologies in one piece of software. Summa Networks is part of Within Reach Holding, which prides itself in the success of companies such as the Dutch and German telecom provider Voiceworks, the leading German PBX provider Swyx and the French software company Centile.

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Tango Networks Unveils Kinetic Cloud Mobile-X, Industry's First Global Private Mobile Network Service for Enterprises

Frisco, TX, February 15, 2019 –(– Tango Networks today announced Kinetic Cloud Mobile-X, the industry’s first communications service that creates a private mobile network exclusively controlled by an enterprise for maximizing productivity of its distributed workforce.

Available today in select regions and demonstrated this month at Mobile World Congress 19 in Barcelona, Kinetic Cloud Mobile-X enables enterprises to bring mobile services into the control of their own existing call control platforms.

In the past, mobile voice, messaging and data have been under the exclusive control of mobile operators. With Kinetic Cloud Mobile-X, these services can now be controlled together with internal communications applications by the enterprise IT department.

The new service creates a Global Private Mobile Network (GPMN) that is exclusively controlled by an enterprise, even when it has a presence and vendor solutions in many different countries. It features:

One consistent mobile subscription for all of a customer’s employees the world over, regardless of location or network used.

Native communications on employee mobile devices driven directly by the enterprise’s unified communications platform, without requiring hard-to-use, poor quality VoIP apps.

Complete control over compliance, recording, security and communications costs for all mobile voice, messaging and data used by the enterprise’s employees.

Advanced authentication and security in a mobile offering that is a foundation for migration to 5G and Private LTE.

Attendees at Mobile World Congress can book a private demonstration of Kinetic Cloud Mobile-X at the Tango Networks booth #6I28 by visiting

Enterprise customers using Kinetic Cloud Mobile-X will be able to maximize distributed workforce productivity while embedding mobility control that enhances communications flexibility, security and compliance.

“Mobile devices are overwhelmingly the tool of choice for business communications today,” said Andrew Bale, General Manager of Cloud Services for Tango Networks. “But mobile services remain stubbornly consumer-focused, mired in the same mass-market offerings operators have had for 20 years. Even major enterprises use the same mobile services and features sold to video-streaming teenagers.”

Because mobile communications services are almost universally consumer oriented, enterprise CIOs supporting mobile workforces face fundamental challenges:

Fragmented patchworks of inconsistent mobile services across regions yield unreliable access and application performance.

Mobility controlled by mobile operators, not enterprise IT staff, makes it hard to enforce policies, security, recording compliance and cost control.

Integrating mobile communications with IT applications is very difficult.

Kinetic Cloud Mobile-X solves these issues by creating a single point of policy, security and compliance administration and control enforced globally on all of an enterprise’s mobile communications.

Covered by more than 65 granted patents, Kinetic Cloud Mobile-X utilizes a unique cloud-based communications control plane in tandem with an MVNO communications transport layer. The result is a fabric of voice, messaging and data applications communications that is accessible anywhere in the world by employees on mobile devices and managed directly by the enterprise IT staff.

About Tango Networks
Tango Networks empowers enterprises to maximize the reach, impact and value of their communications systems by extending their applications to any mobile device. Tier 1 operators and global enterprises rely on Tango Networks’ superior workforce mobility solutions, built over a decade of successful innovation. Tango Mobility Solutions include rich Unified Communications on any mobile phone; mobile voice and text recording for compliance; mobile usage control preventing distracted driving; and automatic application integration. Visit Tango at, or @TangoNetworks or on

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Kevin Tanzillo
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