WIN has! After doing a review of their technology, WIN and their technology partner, Tech Mahindra, selected Progress® Sonic® ESB as their Next Generation Messaging Platform (NGMP). Because rapid change in the mobile sector is driving consumer demand for innovative multimedia and high-bandwidth services, they needed to look at a service-based infrastructure (or SOA) for its new platform. Here’s a quote from our recent press release:
“As mobile services evolve into widgets, applications and mobile video on-demand, much of the integration work we do to meet our customers’ service requirements is custom-built,” Graham Rivers, CEO at WIN, explained. “But to create an efficient and agile model that allows providers to roll out new services quickly, service re-use is key. SOA brings that flexibility to our platform.”
For many companies today, SOA is a significant part of improving infrastructure response. But superior operational responsiveness and SOA deployment require innovative technology to be effective. WIN knew that in order to remain competitive and deliver the best solutions and services to their customers, including Vodafone, T-Mobile, and Sony Ericsson, their NGMP needed to deliver high performance and reliable communications. Sonic ESB gives WIN the power they need to meet customer demands and deploy an event-driven architecture that will scale with technology and innovation.
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