Industry game changer helps cable companies enter the mobile business, compete with mobile carriers & OTT and better target Millennials and cord cutters
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) May 16, 2016
CablEnable™, a division of Carnegie Technologies, announced today that it will be showcasing its new CablEnable platform at the INTX 2016 Show at booth #558 from May 16-18 in Boston. As cable operators struggle to retain customers as “cord-cutting” continues and Millennials spend a majority of their time on mobile devices, CablEnable offers the first turnkey platform for cable companies to deploy Wi-Fi-cellular convergence offerings literally within days and with no capital expenditure or spectrum required.
The CablEnable cloud-based application platform gives complete control to the cable operators to deploy feature-rich voice, messaging and advanced applications that are branded to the cable company, work on any android or iOS device and can ultimately save their customers money. CablEnable lets operators take advantage of the fact that 60-70 percent of calling and messaging occurring today is on Wi-Fi networks. CablEnable improves mobile coverage indoors and in other dead spots, as well as eliminates most messaging and roaming costs as users get one phone number that works around the world. Rich Messaging provides capabilities that are wildly popular internationally but which no U.S. mobile service provider currently offers. While American Millennials are turning to third-party OTT applications to satisfy their needs, CablEnable gives power back to the cable providers to deliver these powerful and fun features that will drive cash flow, customer loyalty and increase customer satisfaction.
“We’re providing an unmatched enhanced messaging suite, mobile + VoIP communications, and applications platform that are tailor-made to reduce cord cutting and churn and increase Win Backs for cable operators," said Jeff Henry, vice president of business development for CablEnable. “As mobile customers continue to see their bills rise, these features and benefits will allow cable companies to more effectively compete in the marketplace with superior services at lower costs.”
Cable operators are spending billions of dollars to expand Wi-Fi networks and create large-scale roaming alliances with millions of access points. Now with CablEnable, operators can leverage those investments and use those Wi-Fi access points to provide voice and messaging off the cellular network. The result is a significant reduction in MSO voice and messaging resale costs, and cable companies can deliver voice services with a powerful competitive advantage without truck rolls.
CablEnable is a seamless network integration platform and BSS/OSS solution, including a carrier-grade, scalable billing system that integrates with existing MSO systems and offers:
- Seamless movement between Wi-Fi and cellular network or roaming when Wi-Fi isn’t available
- Near - Zero CAPEX
- Hosted, cloud-based solution with rapid implementation
- Full control of user experience and customer relationship
- First-mover opportunity with enhanced messaging features that U.S. wireless operators don’t yet offer
- White label capability, allowing cable operators to brand it, own it and monetize it
- Single source solution that integrates with cable company systems or operates as a separate system with backend connectivity
- Utilization of existing systems rather than building own
- Benefits to existing VoIP subscriber base in addition to adding mobile
- Flexible, user-friendly platform that allows unlimited pricing plans, fast and easy implementation, interconnection, number porting, end-to-end regulatory and logistics management
- The link between the cable company and the cellular gateways, billing, and rating functions
- Real-time dashboards for sales, operations, and network management
The CablEnable platform will be available for demos at the INTX Show 2016 from May 16-18 in Boston at booth #558. For more information, please contact: Jeff Henry at jhenry(at)cablenable.com, call 210.347.3927 or visit http://www.CablEnable.com.
Based in San Antonio, Texas, CablEnable is a division of Carnegie Technologies, a combined brain trust of more than 75 years of expertise in developing and delivering products and services in the telecommunications and cable industries. The CablEnable platform was built upon the SpectrumMax solution, which is the result of 10 years of development by the collective IT groups from Pocket Communications, a mobile network operator based in San Antonio, and the app/device software development group from Houdinisoft, the industry leader in unlocking and re-provisioning ("flashing") CDMA cellular phones. Pocket built and ran a 500-cell site CDMA cellular network that grew to 385,000 subscribers before being sold in 2010 to Cricket Communications (now owned by AT&T). In 2008, Houdinisoft created the "flashing" industry using a SaaS model to unlock and reprovision CDMA devices allowing them to operate on a different network. Since inception, the Company has converted three million devices for over 20 North American CDMA MNOs. For more information on CablEnable, please visit http://www.CablEnable.com
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Mi’chelle Lucio-Lopez, Communications Director
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