Sunday, August 22, 2010

Stoke Delivers its 100th Mobile Broadband Gateway

Stoke, which supplies mobile broadband gateways for carriers, reports that its sales have accelerated as it passes a company milestone -- the delivery of its 100th system for commercial deployment. The company began shipping its Stoke Session Exchange (SSX) transformation gateway to mobile carriers in late 2008. Deployments are now expected to double by year's end.



The SSX can be deployed in a variety of mobile data network locations to perform a range of functions that help deliver improved service performance, user satisfaction, and operator ROI. The SSX benefits mobile broadband services and offload capabilities in 3G and LTE, as well as in transitioning environments. Stoke's solutions are currently deployed for femtocell, multi-network mobility anchor, and LTE scenarios.


The company said it continues to expand its capabilities to address key areas of the mobile data infrastructure, including data offload solutions with Wi-Fi, femtocells, and non-intrusive Iu-PS Breakout, and LTE network gateways. Stoke also offers mobility management gateway functions that enable seamless transition between different wireless access technologies, including 3G, Wi-Fi, and LTE.



"We are competing head-to-head with prominent equipment providers and winning because our offerings are specifically designed for the new realities of mobile broadband data delivery. Our vision - a transformation platform that enables operators to break through the self-imposed limitations of Legacy-Thinking™ and planning resonates with operators around the world. This is evidenced by the fact that the company surpassed its 2009 revenues the first quarter of 2010 alone, and we continue to build our global customer base," stated Vikash Varma, President and CEO at Stoke.
http://www.stoke.com

  • In January 2010, Stoke and Japanese systems integrator Net One Systems Co., Ltd. announced that the Stoke Sessions Exchange had been selected by NTT Docomo, following extensive evaluation, for its LTE network.

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