This acknowledgement confirms the impact of SEVEN Networks' Open Channel Signaling Optimization solution, which helps carriers address the issue of excessive background signaling caused by mobile device apps. The software relieves network congestion by optimizing mobile signaling activity on the client, resulting in greater network efficiency. It reduces the demand for radio signaling resources, decreases bandwidth utilization, improves device battery life, and cuts operator expenditures by delaying the need to expand wireless network capacity. Earlier this year the company extended its Open Channel product line to include policy enforcement and Wi-Fi offload management offerings.
SEVEN Networks won its Mobile Merit Award in the mobile services category, in which its Open Channel Signaling Optimization solution was honored for enabling and enhancing carrier service delivery capability. The Mobile Merit Awards, currently in their fourth year, were created to recognize the efforts of entrepreneurial companies that have contributed to technology advancement and market growth within the global mobile industry. Entries were judged by a panel of eight industry experts.
"The SEVEN Networks team is honored to receive the Mobile Merit Award," said
SEVEN Networks solutions are deployed worldwide at major carriers across five continents. For more information, visit SEVEN online at www.seven.com or follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/SEVEN_Networks.
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