Tucows (NASDAQ: TCX) (TSX: TC), a worldwide Internet services company, has announced the launch of Wavelo. The new company would offer accessible telecom software to internet service providers (ISPs) and mobile network operators (MNOs) all around the world, reducing network obstacles and enhancing Internet access.
Wavelo is launching at a key juncture in the global telecommunications sector, as providers compete to offer greater value from their existing networks, according to Tucows. Wavelo’s flexible, cloud-based software streamlines the administration of mobile and Internet network access, allowing communication service providers including ISPs and MNOs to make greater use of their current infrastructure, focus on customer experience, and grow their companies more quickly.
“In today’s competitive landscape, operators need optionality from their software. They deserve solutions that keep pace with their network innovation and that are flexible enough to integrate seamlessly within their existing operations,” said Justin Reilly, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Wavelo. “Wavelo was launched to do just that. Our cloud-native, event-driven software is the first of its kind and will drive growth and value for operators, ultimately facilitating connectivity for more humans globally.”
Wavelo is Tucows’ third privately held company, following Ting Internet and Tucows Domains.
Wavelo’s ‘Proven’ Solutions
Wavelo provides two full-service platforms: Internet Service Operating System (ISOS) and Mobile Network Operating System (MONOS), both of which enable customizable solutions for internet service providers (ISPs) and mobile network operators (MNOs). A la carte services are also available, assisting organizations with everything from subscription and invoicing management to network orchestration and deployment, as well as individual developer tools, and more.
“Tucows is a global leader in Internet services and SaaS solutions. We have operated in the telecoms industry for over twenty-five years and have always been baffled by the complexity of traditional software,” said Elliot Noss, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Tucows. “Modern software is needed to propel growth in this space, especially as CSPs tackle the last 30% of digital transformation. This is exactly what Wavelo will enable. This software has been used within the Tucows portfolio for years and we’re proud to officially package these solutions under one standalone business.”
Wavelo debuts as “a proven asset” for CSPs, with DISH utilizing Wavelo’s MONOS software to deliver more value inside its Digital Operator Platform beginning in early 2021. Ting Fiber has just incorporated Wavelo’s ISOS software to allow for speedier subscriber growth and footprint development.