Golan teams up with OpenCloud on value-added telecom services

Staff writer
03 Feb 2012

OpenCloud and Golan Telecom announced that OpenCloud’s Rhino platform has been selected to underpin the delivery of voice and messaging services within the operators’ network.

The Rhino platform provides Golan Telecom’s new network infrastructure with an open framework that gives the operator the flexibility to rapidly develop, and implement, advanced value-added services.

The OpenCloud Rhino platform will form the basis of Golan Telecom’s service layer architecture when the company launches consumer services; and was selected on the basis of its ability to cost efficiently support the creation of a world-class network – one delivering superior customer centric services on a dramatically reduced cost base.

“The partnership between OpenCloud and Golan Telecom came about because we both share a vision of creating differentiation through low-cost service innovation,” said Jeff Gordon, CEO of OpenCloud. “This refreshing approach to telecoms promises to become a welcome and disruptive force in the industry and we are pleased to be at the forefront of this new paradigm. Golan Telecom has the ambition, the experience and now the service platform to deliver a new experience to Israeli consumers.”

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