TeleWorld Offers Telecommunications Services for VoLTE

Chantilly,  VA,  April 29,  2014 – Mobile operators  now offering high definition (HD)  voice services has grown about  30 percent in the last year. What’s more, there are now 29 countries with at least two mobile voice operations. It’s undeniable that voice over LTE (VoLTE) is the way of the future for HD voice and the cellular world.

TeleWorld Solutions Inc., a wireless integrator, recently won a multi-market LTE optimization project for a tier one operator. The company provides support for a VoLTE network with services such as site audits, site shakedowns, cluster drive tests and data post processing.

While most carriers are in the early stages of deploying their VoLTE network, consumers are ready for the HD voice, faster connection, and ability to use voice and web services simultaneously. Especially with devices, like the newly released iPhone 6, supporting VoLTE services, the need for improved user experience is quickly growing.

Much of the company’s latest success stems from hundreds of thousands of successful implementations, of macro, DAS, Small Cell, and Wi-Fi, in all network environments including HetNet. TeleWorld has seen exponential growth over the last few years through the addition new services to their suite of offerings. In the last three years alone, they’ve experienced over 600 percent revenue growth and a 135 percent compound annual growth rate. Inc. 5000 recognized TeleWorld Solutions as number 732 on the 33rd Annual Inc. 500/5000 list.

 

About TeleWorld Solutions, Inc.

TeleWorld Solutions is the wireless integrator’s answer to stagnant thinking and status quo problem solving. With fourteen years and hundreds of thousands of innovative wireless implementations on record, we’re leading providers of unconventionally adept design and dimensioning, testing, optimization, and deployment services for network operators, OEMs and tower companies. Learn more at www.teleworldsolutions.com.

 

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