Mobile World Congress: NEC Launches SaaS, SDP
February 16, 2009 - News
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NEC Corp. was busy introducing new products at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today.

The networking vendor launched its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering and its Service Delivery Platform (SDP), all with the aim of making communications easier for end users.

The SaaS system can be paired with telecom providers’ services; the SDP aids mobile social networking and mobile advertising.

“Telecommunication markets are experiencing strong competition for delivering new revenue-generating services,” said Heinrich Stüttgen, vice president of NEC Europe. “It is thereby crucial to satisfy increasing user expectations for advanced services that utilize available devices, their capabilities, a variety of subscriptions, context information and user profiles.”

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