The company says that its philosophy is that Canadians deserve an affordable wireless experience that delivers more freedom and flexibility to their customers.
“We are delighted that Mobilicity has chosen to install Reverb’s Self-Optimizing Network system in the five major population centers of Canada,” Reverb Networks CEO Zoran Kehler said in a press release. “Reverb has worked closely with Mobilicity to understand their specific needs and requirements over many months, including long-term live network tests, and this agreement is the result of a strong technical performance.”
Reverb’s SON is a software-based system that works with both 3G and 4G networks, and is focused on ensuring live network performance. The InteliSON system is expected to help deliver more control and reduce the cost of running the network across Canada.
Mobilicity offers mobile coverage within Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver, and nationwide wireless service.
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