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Thessaloniki, Greece, 2010/07/15 - Following its ambitious business development plans, AMD Telecom has been approved by UKE (Office of Electronic Communications) to provide reliable network activities and telecommunication services in the country of Poland.
Ensuring UKE’s approval, AMD Telecom plans to establish a new point of presence in Poland, increasing the number of existing points globally.
AMD Telecom is expected to start establishing the new hardware in Poland during Autumn this year, establishing a whole new level of quality in international sms messaging between mobile operators worldwide.
AMD Telecom, being certified by GSM Association as an sms hub provider, is able to send/receive reliable sms/mms messaging to mobile operators worldwide, covering more than 800 networks in more than 200 countries globally and offering 100% Mobile Network Portability Support.
Increasing the total number of points of presence worldwide, AMD Telecom aims to take the interworking process between mobile networks one step further, permitting greater business efficiency, more effective management of high sms volumes, even higher speeds and the capability to upgrade the number of sms message delivery per second.
Indicatively, AMD Telecom already routes over 1 billion sms messages around the world on a daily basis, while achieving immediate message delivery up to 15.000 sms/sec.
Mr. Dimitris Rokos, AMD Telecom’s Interconnection Manager, says: “AMD Telecom has very ambitious plans to become the network partner of choice for new and existing MNOs and MVNOs. This latest news shows that we are well on our way to achieving this and our ambition to be the leading provider in international sms/mms messaging services is not just an ambition”.
AMD Telecom (amdtelecom.net) moves fast to a rapid growth of international business activities, strengthening it development plans and always aiming to the provision of reliable and high quality SMS/MMSmessaging services to all MNOs and MVNOs worldwide.