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TRAFFICLAND Ltd.
  
Sr. Kalitnikovskaya 26/27
109029 Moscow
Russia
Tel./ fax.: +7 495 514-04-56

E-mail: [email protected]

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15.02.2013

AKOS CJSC and Trafficland LLC announce successful completion of the OTA-campaign aimed for remote changing of the network code (IMSI) inside subscribers’ SIM-cards
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06.08.2008

Trafficland Ltd., the leading Russian software house and system integrator for remote management of SIM, USIM, RUIM cards and mobile terminals and the leading Russian cellular operator “MegaFon” announce commercial launch of OTA WiTS™ (Wireless Transaction Server) platform for the operator’s network.

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05.05.2008

Trafficland Ltd. is a the leading Russian software house and system integrator for remote management of SIM, USIM and RUIM cards and mobile terminals and leading mobile operator in Krasnoyarsk region and Republic of Khakassia CJSC “Enisejtelecom” (trademark ETK and Wellcom) announce successful integration OTA WiTS™(Wireless Transaction Server) platform into the operator’s network and starting of OTA-campaign by change SIM-menu for ETK subscriber’s SIM-cards.

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30.11.2007

One of leading operators in SMARTS group, Astrakhan GSM and MIXX Center of Mobile Multicasting summed up intermediate results of Mobile Multicasting services launched on the base of innovative development of Trafficland Ltd. - WIMcast ™ (Wireless Interactive Multicasting platform).

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04.10.2007

Starting September 28, 2007 one of the mobile telecom operators in Mongolian Republic Unitel GSM and Trafficland-Mongolia launched joint services of interactive multimedia content broadcasting based on Trafficland’s innovative development WIMcast™ platform (Wireless Interactive Multicast). Mobile media multicasting is fulfilled by WIMcast™ in the way of content-triggers (minimal data packages containing content header or its description) broadcasting and following content download mode.

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24.09.2007

A Third International Forum “Mobile Eurasia-2007” will take place in one of the most beautiful place of Kyrgyzstan – mountain Lake Issyk-Kul on September 25-28, 2007. The leading Russian software house, Trafficland shall take part in this event.

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29.08.2007

One of the biggest mobile operators in SMARTS group Astrakhan GSM and mobile media broadcasting aggregator Mixx company launched joint services of interactive multimedia content broadcasting based on Trafficland’s innovative development - WIMcast™ platform (Wireless Interactive Multicast).

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15.02.2013

AKOS CJSC and Trafficland LLC announce successful completion of the OTA-campaign aimed for remote changing of the network code (IMSI) inside subscribers’ SIM-cards
Read more

06.08.2008

Trafficland Ltd., the leading Russian software house and system integrator for remote management of SIM, USIM, RUIM cards and mobile terminals and the leading Russian cellular operator “MegaFon” announce commercial launch of OTA WiTS™ (Wireless Transaction Server) platform for the operator’s network.

Read more

05.05.2008

Trafficland Ltd. is a the leading Russian software house and system integrator for remote management of SIM, USIM and RUIM cards and mobile terminals and leading mobile operator in Krasnoyarsk region and Republic of Khakassia CJSC “Enisejtelecom” (trademark ETK and Wellcom) announce successful integration OTA WiTS™(Wireless Transaction Server) platform into the operator’s network and starting of OTA-campaign by change SIM-menu for ETK subscriber’s SIM-cards.

Read more

30.11.2007

One of leading operators in SMARTS group, Astrakhan GSM and MIXX Center of Mobile Multicasting summed up intermediate results of Mobile Multicasting services launched on the base of innovative development of Trafficland Ltd. - WIMcast ™ (Wireless Interactive Multicasting platform).

Read more

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