The move allows Antenna to position itself as an end-to-end mobile solutions provider for enterprises and carriers, and also ensures geographic expansion (particularly in Europe and Asia).
Antenna earlier has done similar acquisitions in the past, most recently purchasing Vaultus Mobile Technologies, a provider of consumer-facing enterprise mobile applications.
The combined company, which will carry the Antenna name, says it will continue to provide support of Volantis’ products to its current customers, prospects and partners through its existing teams in the Volantis offices in Guildford, Seattle, Krakow, Pune and Hong Kong.
Volantis brings to Antenna carrier and enterprise customers such as T-Mobile, 3 and Telenor.
The company has raised a$7.5 million funding round, with Accel Partners and Kennet Venture Partners as principal investors, back in September 2005.
Volantis Systems Limited provides intelligent content adaptation solutions for the mobile Internet market. The company offers Content Delivery Platform (CDP), a mobile portal and e-commerce application suite, which allows mobile operators to promote, sell, and deliver content from various source. Its CDP comprises various modules, such as Mobile Development Framework, which provides a device adaptation engine that renders the services managed by other components of the CDP; Mobile Content Storefront for managing storefront sites and content; Buzzcast for integrating...
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