“The focus and energy we invest in our patent effort preserve our competitive advantage in international roaming technology and value-added services for voice and messaging. This advantage benefits the mobile operators we serve worldwide,” says Roamware CEO Bobby Srinivasan. “By working with Roamware, our customers receive the excellent standard of service expected of a global product leader, and also unmatched innovation.”
The newly issued patent, entitled “Method and System for Cellular Network Traffic Redirection” is a milestone in Roamware’s patent practice, marking its first issued patent. The company currently has an additional 39 unique patent applications on file in the US, with a total
of over 60 in progress worldwide.
“This patent evidences Roamware as the inventor of the type of active and passive SS7 based roaming traffic redirection mechanisms which form the basis of the GSMA IR 73 guideline on Steering of Roaming,” says John Jiang, Roamware CTO and company representative on the GSM Association’s “Steering of Roaming” council. “The patent further solidifies Roamware’s leadership position in innovation of roaming and local value added services.”
The awarding of the patent is the result of dedicated work from the following five Roamware team members: John Jiang, Avnish Chauhan, Subhabrata Biswas, Bahadur Bhambhani and Alex Rodrigues.