[NEWS] Domestic billing software products are expected to take off in foreign markets

Domestically developed billing software designed for wireless communication services is making its inroads into a foreign market. nTels (CEO, Shim Jae-hee) won the order to supply billing platforms to APBW, a Taiwan company, which is set to launch its CDMA mobile phone service coming October.

It is the first domestic billing software selected as the core solution used by a foreign wireless carrier.

As the pioneer to supply a billing platform applying Itanium Ⅱ (code name Madison), Intel’s 64 bit computing system, to communication services, it is being closely watched by the industry observers. What’s more, it implements the real time data processing using domestic main memory database management system (DBMS).

The 1st order for billing software suites scheduled to be supplied by the end of October is expected to bring the company the revenue of US$ 1million, opening the way for the company to secure the future orders for system deployment, maintenance and upgrade as APBW expands its subscribers’ base.

Mr. Shim, C.E.O. & President, explained, ‘”There are growing demands for Korea’s advanced wireless communication service technology and billing system in Indonesia and Vietnam as well.” And he continued to add, “We will continue to make a success story in foreign markets with our wireless and wired integrated billing platforms.”

Updated date: 2003/07/15 Reporter, Lee Eun-yong, eylee@etnews.co.kr

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