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StreamWIDE Extends the Visual Voicemail Experience to Windows Phone®

LYNDHURST, New Jersey, November 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

StreamWIDE (FR0010528059 - ALSTW), the specialist in next generation value-added telephony solutions for telecom operators announced that its carrier-grade Visual Voicemail platform is now fully compliant with Windows Phone handsets, enabling mobile end-users to retrieve voice messages and call-back seamlessly from the application embedded with Windows Phone call log manager. The solution is already live and operational at a Tier 1 European mobile service provider.

This achievement represents another step forward in the ambitious roadmap StreamWIDE has rolled-out in the VVM space over the last four years. After implementation of Apple IMAP interface for iPhone® in 2009, the software editor launched its own OMTP-based application for Android™ devices in 2010, proprietary app for iPad in 2011 and OMTP-based app for BlackBerry® in 2012. Worldwide customers' expectations have been continuously met by constant OS and features updates for apps.

"While competition focuses on being interoperable with Apple devices and lets third-party application providers handle other mobile OS, StreamWIDE chose to invest on a larger array of devices, ensuring connectivity with manufacturers' apps as well as developing in-house native OS-based clients. StreamWIDE is the only VAS provider to encompass server and client sides of VVM into a consistent and solid end-to-end offering," commented Régis Rain, Director, Marketing and Communications for StreamWIDE.

StreamWIDE's near-future innovation in visual messaging applications include: caller-customized greetings, voicemail-to-text capabilities, Jellybean support to its Android app, implementing device manufacturers' push notification systems as an alternative to SMS, lighter clients for low-end devices.


About StreamWIDE

An established leader for value-added telephony services, StreamWIDE assists worldwide operators and service providers in shaping their telephony services innovation. From core network solutions to mobile and web apps, StreamWIDE delivers on-premise or cloud-based, end-to-end, carrier-grade, IP-based VAS solutions in the areas of voice messaging, virtual numbers and telephony for social networks, convergent charging, conferencing, call center services, ringback tones and IVR.

Operating from France, the USA, China, Romania, Tunisia, Austria, Russia, Argentina, Singapore and South Africa, StreamWIDE is listed on Alternext Paris (NYSE Euronext) - FR0010528059 - ALSTW.

For more information, visit http://www.streamwide.com or visit our Facebook or Twitter pages.

To learn more about this offering please contact:
Regina Wade
StreamWIDE, Inc
Director, Communications NA/CALA
+1-201-933-5700
[email protected]

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