New Generation of Voice-Driven Apps Enables Operators To Deliver Advanced Features To Any Device, Across Any Network
Madrid, Spain, April 30, 2012—Almira Labs, a provider of software solutions for telecommunications and network services providers and enterprises, will launch its innovative BrainPhone Store application catalogue at the upcoming CTIA Wireless event, which will be held May 8th-10th at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA. Almira Labs will demonstrate The BrainPhone Store at booth 4740 throughout the exhibition.
“We are extremely eager to introduce the BrainPhone Store at CTIA, which is regarded as one of the most influential and significant conferences for mobile technology,” said Javier Martin, chief executive officer of Almira Labs. “Our goal is to demonstrate how the BrainPhone Store enables all carriers to deliver a wide array of advanced applications and services to any device, and across any network.”
Based on the unique idea that voice technology can deliver robust applications to any device, The BrainPhone Store incorporates a vast catalogue of next-generation applications and services that can work with any phone and operating system, including smartphones, feature phones and fixed line devices. Offered as a cloud-based software solution to mobile operators and service providers, the BrainPhone Store enables providers to offer high-margin, value-added services, such as email, social media, QR code technology, as well as specialized capabilities for individuals with disabilities and the elderly, throughout the subscriber base. In addition, BrainPhone Store solutions are written in Java, which gives developers an easy-to-use foundation to create additional services that will have wide market appeal.
“While smartphone adoptions are certainly increasing, the fact remains that a significant majority of users will continue to rely on feature phone handsets and devices for the next several years,” said James Brehm, senior strategist with Compass Intelligence, a leading market research firm which focuses on the wireless industry. “Almira Labs’ BrainPhone Store catalogue gives mobile operators and service providers a very cost-effective and easy-to-deploy resource that will help increase ARPU and retain subscribers across the entire base, which should be particularly appealing in an increasingly commoditized market.”