Artezio participated in this year’s MWC 2013 with a high level delegation and has successfully completed several meetings with major IT companies from across Europe showcasing Artezio’s expanded capabilities in the Mobile and Telecoms space. Artezio offers a full range of services for mobile software development and its portfolio includes Network Management and Testing Services for Telecom companies.
In this year’s show the focus was more on the software rather than hardware. Mobile Operators are looking to move towards the so called “Software-defined networks” and use Cloud technologies and services to save network costs, thus being able to use standard network equipment, experiment with new services and reduce significantly time-to-market.
Other major technology trends include, digital services, launch of new operating systems and Near Field Communications. Its expected more than 300M NFC enabled devices will be shipped in 2013 and MNOs are looking to offer and promote also mobile payments. We are witnessing lately increase in interactions especially in transportation with smart tags and NFC, which itself will put NFC into the mainstream of further development. Mobile connectivity its key to Long Term Evolution (LTE) and Operators will work hard to promote it forward.
Artezio its very well positioned to support its clients in this sector, offering Full Product Life Cycle, Mobile Banking, Full services portfolio for mobile applications development, Network Management and Testing Services and a extensive range of OSS/BSS solutions. Artezio’s solutions portfolio includes but not limited, to: Mobile banking and payment, wifi, video streaming, IP geolocation etc.
For the past few years Artezio has developed an impressive expertise with IOs, Windows, Android, J2ME and its know – how extends to devices and platforms development, comments Georgios Polatsidis, EVP Solutions and Client Services.