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Kalimat Telecom selects parallel wireless for network build out

ANI | New Delhi | Updated: 18-02-2019 17:57 IST | Created: 18-02-2019 17:57 IST
Kalimat Telecom selects parallel wireless for network build out

Parallel Wireless, Inc., the leading provider of the world’s first end-to-end software-based unified network solution across All Gs (2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G), today announced that Kalimat Telecom, a subsidiary of Kuwait’s Trade Links, has selected Parallel Wireless to build out their mobile broadband network in Iraq.

According to the GSMA Mobile Economy: Middle East and North Africa 2018 report, Iraq has only a 52% wireless Internet penetration rate, presenting a great opportunity for telecom service providers in that market. Poor infrastructure and high operating costs are currently stunting development.

Kalimat recognized the inflexibility of legacy cellular solutions to bring digital services to the Iraqi population that is hungry for digital services. Parallel Wireless's fully-virtualized HetNet and core solutions enable Kalimat to deploy a distributed virtualized mobile broadband network delivering consumer and enterprise wireless services across the region cost-effectively and on an accelerated timeline. The Parallel Wireless software-based architecture delivers ease of deployment and the flexibility required to meet the changing needs of this market. This will be one of the largest fully virtualized commercial mobile broadband networks in the region.

With Parallel Wireless, the overall CAPEX, OPEX and complexity associated with building out and managing the network issignificantly reduced through network automation. As a result, the high-speed mobile broadband network will provide the region with a range of advanced new residential and business voice and data services, helping with the digital society realization.

Wilson Varghese, Group CEO Trade Links and CEO, Kalimat Telecom, said, “We initially selected Parallel Wireless based on their innovation in the area of Open RAN and virtualization and their work with some of the world’s leading MNOs. Our decision has been reinforced many times throughout the initial deployment, as we were continually impressed by the speed with which we were able to move from lab trials to roll-outs; a process that took very little time for us to virtualize the core services required for the success of the project to deliver a better service to our customers, rural, suburban or urban, across regions.”

Amrit Heer, Head of Business Development, EME, Parallel Wireless said, “We are committed to our role to help eliminate the digital divide. We work with partners such as Kalimat Telecom to help them cost-effectively enable connectivity by simplifying installation and increasing flexibility and sustainability through our software for new wireless network buildouts. As a result, the costs associated with building or modernizing mobile networks is reduced and connectivity can be brought to every single person in the world.”

Kalimat Telecom Ltd. is known to be one of Iraq’s leading telecommunications providers offering voice and data services to home, corporate and private sector customers across the country. Iraq is one of the world’s most exciting high-growth telecom markets, and Kalimat Telecom is following through with the aim to employ and support the Iraqi people, we are helping to build an ever-improving international reputation for the new Iraq. Kalimat Telecom is a leading telecoms player that handles the voice traffic and data transfer needs of the Iraqi consumer between different regions of the country, ensuring improved call completion rates, prompt bill settlement and increased revenue for its operation.About Kalimat Telecom. This story is provided by NewsVoir. (ANI)


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