Aicent, Inc is a proud member and recipient of the following industry associations and awards.
Aicent's innovative mobile data services build a bridge between the IP world and the wireless world, delivering powerful wireless communications services to mobile operators.
Aicent serves more than 3 billion mobile users in 114 countries through more than 200 mobile operators. With its network reaching nearly every GPRS/3G/4G operator around the world, Aicent operates one of the industry's largest GPRS and 3G network eXchanges supporting GRX, CRX, 4G and WiFi roaming services. Aicent provides mobile messaging interworking services for MMS and SMS and operates one of the world's largest multimedia messaging exchanges. Aicent's award-winning mBridge service easily enables global delivery of MMS messages to any phone. On any given day, Aicent's network facilitates over 100 million roaming transactions generated on 150 mobile networks in 114 countries.
Leveraging our strong expertise in IP technologies, GSM/CDMA data and Internet network management, wireless data solutions, and telecommunications services, Aicent is playing a critical role in the convergence of the Internet and the wireless mobile network. Our service solutions address the most pressing needs of today's mobile operators by enabling new high-adoption, high value services. Aicent, with its mobile operator, vendor, and service provider partners, is helping to drive mobile data industry growth as the market migrates from 2G to 2.5G to 3G to 4G and beyond.
Aicent is headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, with regional sales and support offices in Asia and Europe.
Aicent is TL 9000 approved. As a result, our customers can benefit from assured consistent quality across all Aicent products and services.
|The TL-9000 is a quality management system standard (QMS) defined specifically by and for the telecommunications industry. It standardizes the quality system requirements for the design, development, delivery, installation, and maintenance of telecommunication products and services. It also defines the performance metrics required to measure the progress and results of its implementation. The TL 9000 requires metrics to be collected so that a company can benchmark its performance for improvement.|