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Taqua Systems

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Founded Year

1998

Stage

Acquired - II | Acquired

Total Raised

$121.6M

Valuation

$0000 

Revenue

$0000 

About Taqua Systems

Taqua, founded in 1998, develops next generation telecommunications systems and applications. The company has evolved into a global supplier of products and services that enable a seamless user experience as the carrier transitions into VoIP, IMS, WiFi and 4G/LTE. Today, hundreds of carriers utilize Taqua to cost effectively provide a full array of revenue generating, broadband and mobile applications to all types of communication devices.

Headquarters Location

740 East Campbell Road Suite 200

Richardson, Texas, 75081,

United States

972-692-1800

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Taqua Systems Patents

Taqua Systems has filed 9 patents.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/2/2015

8/23/2016

Wireless networking, Telecommunications, Network protocols, Videotelephony, Computer networking

Grant

Application Date

3/2/2015

Grant Date

8/23/2016

Title

Related Topics

Wireless networking, Telecommunications, Network protocols, Videotelephony, Computer networking

Status

Grant

Latest Taqua Systems News

Sonus, Taqua Partner on Voice over WiFi Deployment

Dec 21, 2015

The service provides mobile operators a path to commercial rollout of WiFi Calling services, also known as Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWiFi). Taqua, a supplier of IP communications systems, applications and services to mobile and fixed operators, announced a partnership with Sonus, a specialist secure and intelligent cloud communications, to bring a fully virtualized, standard mobile core network solution to market.The service provides mobile operators a path to commercial rollout of WiFi Calling services, also known as Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWiFi).MobiFone Corporation, one of the largest mobile network operators in Vietnam, recently launched its Wi-Fi Calling service using the combined solution from Taqua and Sonus.Under the terms of the partnership agreement, Taqua is integrating and reselling Sonus’s Session Border Control (SBC) portfolio with Taqua’s Virtual Mobile Core (VMC) to deliver advanced communications services to mobile network operator including VoWiFi and Voice over Long Term Evolution (VoLTE). "Sonus’s virtualized SBC is a very high quality, proven solution that fits nicely with Taqua’s Virtual Mobile Core. Together, we have a complete virtualized solution for VoWiFi and VoLTE," Frederick Reynolds, vice president of marketing at Taqua, told eWEEK. "This provides mobile operators the fastest path to commercialization and launch of VoWIFi service. " The VMC is a virtualized IMS core network that enables rapid delivery of next generation voice and messaging services, including VoWiFi and VoLTE.Reynolds explained that 10 to 20 percent of all subscribers have poor or no coverage while at home or work, and that VoWiFi solves the indoor coverage problem, and the result is reduced churn. "The alternative solution is the deployment of a small cell or femtocell, which at a minimum will cost the subscriber or operator more than $250 on the low end," he noted. "Most subscribers already use their WiFi for data offload. VoWiFi essentially extends this behavior to include telephony and messaging services over WiFi. "This virtualized core network solution enables mobile operators to deploy a seamless WiFi Calling experience that uses the phone’s native dialer, contacts, call history and voice mail, and subscribers do not notice the difference between calls made over WiFi or cellular.In addition, the solution supports smartphones with built in native VoWiFi capability, such as the iPhone, as well as smartphones that use Taqua’s downloadable Mobile Client software. "In 2014, Sprint and T-Mobile were the first two operators utilizing VoWiFi," Reynolds said. "As we close out 2015, 15 operators spanning 10 different countries have deployed VoWiFi including every major carrier in the US and England. This trend will continue to accelerate in 2016 and through the end of the decade. "  

Taqua Systems Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Taqua Systems founded?

    Taqua Systems was founded in 1998.

  • Where is Taqua Systems's headquarters?

    Taqua Systems's headquarters is located at 740 East Campbell Road, Richardson.

  • What is Taqua Systems's latest funding round?

    Taqua Systems's latest funding round is Acquired - II.

  • How much did Taqua Systems raise?

    Taqua Systems raised a total of $121.6M.

  • Who are the investors of Taqua Systems?

    Investors of Taqua Systems include Ribbon Communications, Tekelec, Columbia Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, Court Square Ventures and 14 more.

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