Mobile World Congress 2014: B.I.S. Advanced Software Systems Demonstrates our Revolutionary Cloud Storage Software Solutions for Telecom Service Providers

Mobile World Congress 2014: B.I.S. Advanced Software Systems Demonstrates our Revolutionary Cloud Storage Software Solutions for Telecom Service Providers

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B.I.S Booth: Hall 5, Stand 5D81

TEL AVIV, Israel, February 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

 

At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) exhibition starting today in Barcelona, B.I.S. Advanced Software Systems Ltd. will demonstrate our vast cloud storage capabilities to telecom industry ISPs/MSPs and large enterprises. With B.I.S.'s unique and innovative unified data access and mobility applications, you can generate customer stickiness, increased loyalty, and future profits and better ROI.

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http://www.multivu.com/mnr/65012-BIS-mobile-world-congress-2014-cloud-storage

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ISPs and MSPs today face increased competition from OTT providers. Users are using more bandwidth, and accessing more content from those providers over your networks. With our unique QBU™-CloudIUS mobile applications (via connectivity through our QBU Smart Server Storage), you can offer your customers a comprehensive cloud storage software solution, and a complete "take your PC with you" concept - including backups, restore, sync, sharing, and media file streaming over the cloud. Your customers can enjoy these innovative on-the-go capabilities whether in a meeting, on a business trip, or with their mobile devices…and at the same time help you achieve your underlying strategic objectives of customer stickiness and quick time-to-revenue with minimum capital outlay.

B.I.S. offers these capabilities, from PC to mobile application solutions over the cloud, centralized access to high-performance cloud storage services, "drop-box" (OTT) like functionality, and much more. Our QBU-CloudIUS products provide the ultimate backup, storing, and sharing data services for the cloud. We recently validated these capabilities in October 2011, when our QBU mobile product family won first prize at the Cisco Systems/AT&T global competition for CIUS B2B devices.

Our QBU-CloudIUS system is highly scalable, and supports mass numbers of concurrent users. It is built to be customized to ISP, MSP, and large enterprises' requirements through easy-to-deploy software, with rapid integration into CRM and Billing systems, and a user-friendly VAS that requires minimum sales effort and service. We can also rebrand and customize ISP/MSP-specific applications, web interfaces, and mobile applications for your customers based on your requirements…providing an added level of innovation for you and your customers.

Since 1987, over 800 enterprises worldwide have selected our B.I.S. NET-PASS[TM] technology, including the F.B.I., NASA, and HP. Our references/strategic partners include ITnet (Italy), Inter.net (multinational), 24 Scandinavia, Bezeqint, 012 Orange, 013 Netvision, and Cellcom.

Our business model is license fee, based upon usage.

For further information, please contact:
Eliran Shiraz
Tel: +972-58-7111302 
sales@bis-solutions.com 
http://www.bis-solutions.com

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