Bell is Canada's largest communications company, providing consumers with solutions to all their communications needs, including telephone services, wireless communications, high-speed Internet, digital television and voice over IP. Bell also offers integrated information and communications technology (ICT) services to businesses and governments, and is the Virtual Chief Information Officer (VCIO) to small and medium businesses (SMBs).
TEOCO is honored to have many lasting, collaborative relationships with a broad spectrum of the communications service provider industry – including traditional carriers and cable operators, wireless and wire-line service providers, regional carriers and multi-billion dollar global service providers. Our customers choose TEOCO as their Service Assurance, Customer Analytics and Margin Assurance solutions provider because they experience first-hand our intense, client-driven focus and our commitment to deliver substantial return on investment for each and every project.
At TEOCO, we truly believe that your success is our success and we constantly innovate to make sure that you stay at the forefront of industry trends. For examples of the kind of results we can deliver to your company, please take a look at our customer success stories. Below is a sampling of our customers.
Bezeq is Israel's leading telecommunications service provider. Established in 1984, the Company has led Israel into the new era of communications, based on the most advanced technologies and services. Bezeq and its subsidiaries offer the full range of communications services including domestic, international and cellular phone services; Internet, ADSL, and other data communications; satellite-based multi-channel TV; and corporate networks.
Broadview Networks is a network-based business communications provider serving customers throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic U.S. Broadview provides the total solution for business communications including local and long distance voice communications; hosted and premises-based VoIP systems; data services encompassing VPN- and MPLS-enabled applications; traditional telephone hardware; high-speed Internet services; a full suite of managed services; and a range of professional services.
Cable & Wireless Caribbean has a proud record of telecommunications service to the region for more than a century and has been the market leader in fixed, enterprise, broadband, mobile and international services. Today, its transformation programme is targeted at creating one pan-Caribbean organization to serve the combined needs and expectations of 13 Caribbean states. Cable & Wireless has renewed its commitment to delivering the best customer experience through highly motivated colleagues and creating shareholder value.
Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (CYTA) is the primary telecommunications provider in Cyprus. Its product portfolio covers the whole spectrum of electronic communications ranging from fixed and mobile telephony to internet service provision and broadband applications. CYTA is particularly active in the area of international submarine fibre optic cables and has established Cyprus as a regional telecommunication hub in the Eastern Mediterranean.
France Telecom, one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators, serves more than 177 million customers in five continents. As of September 30, 2008, the Group had 117.6 million mobile customers and 12.4 million broadband Internet (ADSL) customers. Launched in June 2005, the NExT program (New Experience in Telecommunications) will enable the Group to pursue its transformation as an integrated operator and make France Telecom the benchmark for new telecommunications services in Europe.
GO is the very first company in Malta to offer the convenience of voice, mobile, TV and broadband from one place – a truly converged telecommunications operator with a huge range of services, which are grouped in three areas – GO Business, GO Mobile and GO Plus. GO Business is aimed at the corporate market and includes fixed line, broadband and digital TV as well as in hosting and co-location services. GO Mobile handles both business and personal mobile services while GO Plus is all about the home with fixed line, broadband and digital TV.
012 Smile Communications is a growth-oriented communication services provider in Israel with a leading market position, offering a wide range of broadband and traditional voice services. Its broadband services include broadband Internet access with a suite of value-added services, specialized data services and server hosting, as well as new innovative services such as local telephony via voice over broadband and a WiFi network of hotspots across Israel. Traditional voice services include outgoing and incoming international telephony, hubbing, roaming and signaling and calling card services. 012 Smile Communications services residential and business customers, as well as Israeli cellular operators and international communication services providers through its integrated multipurpose network, which allows it to provide services to almost all of the homes and businesses in Israel.
HOT provides multi-channel television, high-speed Internet, telephone and additional advanced services to subscribers throughout Israel. HOT is the only provider in Israel to offer a comprehensive package of residential communications services. HOT Internet serves more than 400,000 cable customers - more than 35% of the high speed internet market in Israel. In 2004, HOT also began offering innovative cable telephone services to residences around the country.
Hutchison Telecoms is focused on delivering leading communications and multimedia services to the Australian consumer. There are over 1.8 million customers using the 3G network for both voice calls and messaging service, mobile TV, downloading and listening to full length audio and music videos, videocalling friends and family, sending emails, surfing the internet as well as accessing a wide range of other 3G content services including news, information, sports, finance, weather and entertainment.
ICE is the sole supplier of telecommunications and energy services in Costa Rica. It is a state entity that has distinguished itself in Central America as a leader in the development and implementation of new technologies. It offers a wide variety of services in Costa Rica and has several technological platforms that allow it to diversify the service options for its customers, both residential and corporate.
KPN is the leading provider of telecommunications services in the Netherlands, serving customers with wireline and wireless telephony-, internet- and TV services. To business customers, KPN delivers voice-, internet- and data services as well as fully-managed, outsourced ICT solutions. Both nationally and internationally, KPN provides wholesale network services to third parties, including operators and service providers. In Germany and Belgium, KPN pursues a multi-brand strategy with its mobile operations, and serves multiple customer segments in consumer as well as business markets.
Nortel (NYSE/TSX "NT") is a recognized leader in delivering communications capabilities that enhance the human experience, ignite and power global commerce, and secure and protect the world's most critical information. Our next-generation technologies, for both service providers and enterprises, span access and core networks, support multimedia and business-critical applications, and help eliminate today's barriers to efficiency, speed and performance by simplifying networks and connecting people with information. Nortel does business in more than 150 countries.
Peterstar is one of the largest telecommunications carriers in Saint-Petersburg and in the Northwest region of Russia. The shareholders of ZAO Peterstar are an American company MITI (71% stake) and Telecominvest (29% stake). Since 1992 the Company has invested over $150 M in the development of its business. At present Peterstar possesses the first city fiber-optics network of over 1500 km. The number of lines connected to the Peterstar network amounts to 100 thousand, allowing the Company to control about 70% of the corporate client market.
Pelephone Communications Ltd is a leading cellular communications provider in Israel, with more than 2.6 million subscribers. Pelephone is the leading 3G mobile service provider in Israel with 1 million customers. The company has been fully owned (100%) by Bezeq, the largest and leading telecommunications corporation in Israel.
Rated among “Asia’s Top 5 Most Valuable Telecom Companies”, Reliance Communications is India’s foremost and truly integrated telecommunications service provider. The company, with a customer base of over 38 million including over 1.3 million individual overseas retail customers, ranks among the Top 10 Asian Telecom companies by number of customers. Reliance Communications' corporate clientele includes 600 Indian and 250 multinational corporations, and over 200 global carriers.
Teracom is Sweden’s first media operator. We can offer a variety of communication pathways for radio, TV, the Internet, and sound and image downloads. We aim to ensure that people and companies have access to a wide range of time- and location-independent media services. The Group also has subsidiary companies offering complementary products and services. The Teracom Group has a turnover of approximately SEK 2.7 billion and around 650 employees.
Tele2 is one of Europe's leading alternative telecom operators. Tele2's mission is to provide price leading and easy to use communication solutions. Tele2 always strives to offer the market's best prices. We have 23 million customers in 11 countries. Tele2 offers mobile services, fixed broadband and telephony, data network services, cable TV and content services. Ever since Jan Stenbeck founded the company in 1993, it has been a tough challenger to the former government monopolies and other established providers.
TeliaSonera International Carrier owns and manages over 43,000 kilometers of fiber-optic cable and has more than 100 points of presence across Europe, the US and Asia. In Europe, we handle more IP traffic and sell more capacity between countries than any other communications provider. Over 85 percent of the European internet market uses our IP backbone. Competing against other wholesale carriers from around the world, TeliaSonera International Carrier was awarded Best Wholesale Carrier at the World Communication Awards 2007. A crucial factor in clinching the award was the fact that we provide consistently high-quality services.
Telkom SA Limited is Africa's largest integrated communications company. Telkom provides public switched communication services in South Africa and offers fixed-line voice and data services, branded as Telkom. Telkom participates in the South African mobile communications market through its 50% shareholding in Vodacom, the largest mobile communications network operator in South Africa based on total estimated customers. Telkom’s infrastructure is composed of terrestrial, undersea and satellite communications and pathways, broadband circuits and connections that enable voice, data and video communication services.
Telstra Corporation Ltd is Australia's leading telecommunications and information services company, with one of the best-known brands in the country. Telstra is the only true media communications company in Australia that can provide customers with a truly integrated telecommunications experience across fixed line, mobiles, broadband (BigPond®), information, transaction and search (Sensis®) and pay TV (FOXTEL). By using an integrated suite of network and media assets, Telstra is creating a world of 1-click, 1-touch, 1-command, any screen solutions that are integrated, operate in real-time, and are simple, easy and valued by customers.
Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited is jointly owned by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago (51%) and Cable & Wireless (49%). The company provides a complete suite of communications services throughout the twin-island state including fixed line and mobile communications, broadband Internet access, lease lines and data services. TSTT is the only communications solutions provider in the country deploying both wireless and wired next-generation networks with voice, data and multimedia capabilities making it one of the most advanced solutions providers in country. The company’s customers include key industry leaders in the finance, energy, government and tourism sectors.
Founded in 1997, Wind is one of the few European TLC operators offering integrated mobile, fixed-line and Internet services. In Italy, it is the third largest mobile operator, with 16 million customers, and the leading alternative operator in the fixed-line telephony market, with 1,5 million customers in ULL and 1,1 million broadband. Wind is also first among Italian Internet portals with www.libero.it and one of the largest internet service providers in Italy.