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These excerpts taken from the SVR 10-K filed Feb 27, 2009.

Competition

We have a number of competitors for each specific service that we offer.

 

   

Technology Interoperability Services. Our primary competitors include MACH, Iris Wireless, VeriSign and Sybase. Certain wireless operators also choose to deploy in-house interoperability and billing solutions for clearing their own traffic and affiliate traffic.

 

   

Network Services. Our competitors for SS7 network connectivity and intelligent network services include VeriSign, AT&T, Transaction Network Services, VSNL and local exchange carriers. Wireless and fixed line operators may also choose to deploy and manage their own in-house SS7 networks. Our network services compete with a variety of companies including VeriSign and Aicent in the U.S. and Cable & Wireless, Global Crossing, France Telecom, KPN and Qwest internationally.

 

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Number Portability Services. Our primary competitors in the United States for number portability services are VeriSign, NeuStar and Telcordia. Internationally, primary competitors include Telcordia, Neustar and Accenture as well as several other smaller companies.

 

   

Call Processing Services. Our call processing services primarily compete with products from VSNL and VeriSign.

 

   

Enterprise Solutions. Certain wireless operators have developed their own services for enterprise account management.

Competitive factors in the market for our services primarily include breadth and quality of services offered, price, development capability and new product innovation.

Competition

STYLE="margin-top:6px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">We have a number of competitors for each specific service that we offer.

 







  

Technology Interoperability Services. Our primary competitors include MACH, Iris Wireless, VeriSign and Sybase. Certain wireless operators also choose to
deploy in-house interoperability and billing solutions for clearing their own traffic and affiliate traffic.

 







  

Network Services. Our competitors for SS7 network connectivity and intelligent network services include VeriSign, AT&T, Transaction Network Services,
VSNL and local exchange carriers. Wireless and fixed line operators may also choose to deploy and manage their own in-house SS7 networks. Our network services compete with a variety of companies including VeriSign and Aicent in the U.S. and
Cable & Wireless, Global Crossing, France Telecom, KPN and Qwest internationally.

 


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Number Portability Services. Our primary competitors in the United States for number portability services are VeriSign, NeuStar and Telcordia.
Internationally, primary competitors include Telcordia, Neustar and Accenture as well as several other smaller companies.

 







  

Call Processing Services. Our call processing services primarily compete with products from VSNL and VeriSign.

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Enterprise Solutions. Certain wireless operators have developed their own services for enterprise account management.

STYLE="margin-top:12px;margin-bottom:0px">Competitive factors in the market for our services primarily include breadth and quality of services offered, price, development capability and new product innovation.

This excerpt taken from the SVR 10-K filed Mar 14, 2008.

Competition

We believe we are the only company that offers an extensive suite of technology interoperability services, network services, number portability services, call processing services and enterprise solutions to telecommunications operators. However, we compete with a number of U.S. and international companies in specific areas of our business.

 

   

Technology Interoperability Services. Our primary competitors include MACH, VeriSign and Sybase 365. Certain wireless operators also choose to deploy in-house interoperability and billing solutions for clearing internal and affiliate traffic.

 

   

Network Services. Our competitors for SS7 network connectivity and intelligent network services include VeriSign, Southern New England Telephone (SNET—a division of AT&T), Transaction Network Services, VNSL and regional Bell operating companies. Wireless and wireline operators may also choose to deploy and manage their own in-house SS7 networks. Our network services compete with a variety of operators including VeriSign and Aicent in the U.S. and Cable & Wireless, Global Crossing, France Telecom, KPN and Qwest internationally.

 

   

Number Portability Services. Our primary competitors in the United States for number portability services are VeriSign, NeuStar and Telcordia. Internationally, primary competitors include Telcordia, Neustar and Accenture as well as several other smaller companies.

 

   

Call Processing Services. Our call processing services primarily compete with products from Teleglobe.

 

   

Enterprise Solutions. Certain wireless operators have developed their own services for enterprise account management.

 

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Competitive factors in the market for our services primarily include breadth and quality of services offered, price, development capability and new product innovation.

This excerpt taken from the SVR 10-K filed Mar 13, 2007.

Competition

We believe we are the only company that offers an extensive suite of technology interoperability services, network services, number portability services, call processing services and enterprise solutions to telecommunications carriers. However, we compete with a number of U.S. and international companies in specific areas of our business.

 

   

Technology Interoperability Services. Our primary competitors in the U.S. technology interoperability market include VeriSign, Billing Services Group (“BSG”), Sybase and MACH. Internationally, our technology interoperability services compete with BSG, Comfone and MACH. Certain wireless carriers also choose to deploy in-house interoperability and billing solutions for clearing internal and affiliate traffic.

 

   

Network Services. Our competitors for SS7 network connectivity and intelligent network services include VeriSign, Southern New England Telephone (SNET—a division of AT&T), Transaction Network Services, VNSL and regional Bell operating companies. Wireless and wireline carriers may also choose to deploy and manage their own in-house SS7 networks. Our network services compete with a variety of carriers including Verisign and Aicent in the U.S. and Telia Sonera, Cable & Wireless, Global Crossing, France Telecom, KPNQwest, and Comfone (a subsidiary of Swisscom) internationally.

 

   

Number Portability Services. Our primary competitors in the United States for WLNP services are VeriSign, NeuStar and Telcordia. Internationally, primary competitors include Telcordia, Neustar and Accenture as well as several other smaller companies.

 

   

Call Processing Services. Our call processing services primarily compete with products from Verisign.

 

   

Enterprise Solutions. Certain wireless carriers have developed their own services for enterprise account management.

Competitive factors in the market for our services primarily include breadth and quality of services offered, price, development capability and new product innovation.

This excerpt taken from the SVR 10-K filed Mar 24, 2006.

Competition

We believe we are the only company that offers an extensive suite of technology interoperability services, network services, number portability services, call processing services and enterprise solutions to telecommunications carriers. However, we compete with a number of U.S. and international companies in specific areas of our business.

 

    Technology Interoperability Services. Our primary competitors in the U.S. technology interoperability market are VeriSign and MACH. Internationally, our technology interoperability services compete with Billing Services Group and MACH. Certain wireless carriers also choose to deploy in-house interoperability and billing solutions for clearing internal and affiliate traffic.

 

    Network Services. Our competitors for SS7 network connectivity and intelligent network services include VeriSign, Southern New England Telephone, Transaction Network Services and regional Bell operating companies. Wireless and wireline carriers may also choose to deploy and manage their own in-house SS7 networks. Our packet data network service competes with a variety of carriers including TeliaSonera and Cable & Wireless in the U.S. and also Global Crossing, France Telecom, KPNQwest, and Comfone (a subsidiary of Swisscom) internationally.

 

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    Number Portability Services. Our primary competitors in the United States for WLNP services are VeriSign, NeuStar and Telcordia and to a lesser degree, Evolving Systems. Internationally, Cap Gemini, CMG/Logica, Neustar and Telcordia as well as several other companies offer mobile number portability solutions.

 

    Call Processing Services. Our call processing services primarily compete with licensed software products from Teleglobe.

 

    Enterprise Solutions. Certain wireless carriers have developed their own services for enterprise account management.

Competitive factors in the market for our services primarily include breadth and quality of services offered, price, development capability and new product innovation.

This excerpt taken from the SVR 10-K filed Mar 30, 2005.

Competition

 

We believe we are the only company that offers an extensive suite of technology interoperability services, network services, number portability services, call processing services and enterprise solutions to telecommunications carriers. However, we compete with a number of U.S. and international companies in specific areas of our business.

 

   

Technology Interoperability Services. Our primary competitors in the U.S. technology interoperability market are VeriSign, MACH Dan Net, Mobile 365 and Widerthan.com. Internationally, our technology

 

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interoperability services compete with EDS and MACH Dan Net. Certain wireless carriers also choose to deploy in-house interoperability and billing solutions for clearing internal and affiliate traffic.

 

    Network Services. Our competitors for SS7 network connectivity and intelligent network services include VeriSign, Southern New England Telephone, Transaction Network Services and regional Bell operating companies. Wireless and wireline carriers may also choose to deploy and manage their own in-house SS7 networks. Our packet data network service competes with a variety of carriers including TeliaSonera and Cable & Wireless in the U.S. and also Global Crossing, France Telecom, KPNQwest, and Comfone (a subsidiary of Swisscom) internationally.

 

    Number Portability Services. Our primary competitors in the United States for WLNP services are VeriSign, NeuStar and Telcordia and to a lesser degree, Evolving Systems. In Europe, Cap Gemini and Accenture as well as several other companies offer mobile number portability solutions.

 

    Call Processing Services. Our call processing services primarily compete with licensed software products from vendors such as LogicaCMG, Bassett Telecom Solutions, Hewlett-Packard, ECTel and HNC Software/Systems Link. Also, certain carriers may choose to deploy in-house call processing and fraud detection and prevention solutions.

 

    Enterprise Solutions. Certain wireless carriers have developed their own services for enterprise account management.

 

Competitive factors in the market for our services primarily include breadth and quality of services offered, price, development capability and new product innovation.

 

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