Sun Microsystems says that LogicaCMG has chosen the Sun Java Enterprise System as the infrastructure software of choice for the company’s growing range of wireless data services and wireless messaging solutions. LogicaCMG will implement the full array of component products included in the Java Enterprise System, allowing it to offer an increased range of services to its carrier customers and to further differentiate the company’s wireless messaging (voice mail, video mail and video streaming) solutions through scalability and competitive pricing.
LogicaCMG will use the Java Enterprise System to strengthen its range of messaging solutions, including LogicaCMG’s uOne Solutions Portfolio, which includes full-featured, highly scalable, carrier-grade voicemail, unified messaging and video services for wireless, wireline and broadband network environments. The Java Enterprise System will help deliver significant benefits to LogicaCMG’s customers including increased messaging capacity, lower cost per message, more secure messaging and a higher throughput of messages per second.
“LogicaCMG and Sun have built a solid relationship based on cooperation and innovation. We share a common goal of providing reliable wireless and mobile services to our customers. The implementation of the Sun Java Enterprise System will help us to deliver the messaging solutions our clients are demanding, with the added attraction of the simple and affordable licensing model that Sun has developed. The Sun Java Enterprise System allows us to deliver world-leading wireless solutions to our corporate customers with increase speed, frequency and confidence,” says Chris McDermott, CEO of LogicaCMG’s telecoms business.
“With the Java Enterprise System, LogicaCMG will benefit from the most integrated and competitively priced infrastructure software on the market today,” addsJohn Loiacono, executive vice president, Software, at Sun Microsystems. “LogicaCMG Wireless Networks is yet another example of a customer looking to simplify both the technology they are deploying as well as the business model by which they purchase and maintain it. It’s simple. It’s tightly integrated. And it’s a fraction of what they pay today.”