Inland Cellular migrates to Transaction Network

Regional wireless carrier Inland Cellular has migrated its roaming, clearing, messaging and signaling requirements to Transaction Network Services (TNS) in a multi-year deal which also includes provision for new LTE roaming services, the company said.

TNS, with its market portfolio of services, will act as a one-stop-shop for all of Inland Cellular´s telecom needs. Inland Cellular will also become a member of the TNS Data Services Hub and the CCA LTE Roaming Hub, which is powered by TNS.

TNS´ extensive network architecture supports both traditional and next generation telecommunication needs. Within the suite of services which Inland Cellular will be using is the TNS Carrier ENUM solution. This registry system has been designed to provide the most accurate numbering data in the industry, empowering operators with the regulatory and carrier data necessary to proactively manage their peering and interconnection relationships for improved routing and reduced complexity.

From small rural operators in the US to the largest multi-national carriers, TNS has over 500 operator customers and addresses the full needs of wireless and wireline operators in the US and globally. TNS´ networks have been specifically designed and configured for the transmission of transaction-related time sensitive data and support a variety of widely accepted communications protocols.

Transaction Network Services (TNS) is a global provider of data communications and interoperability solutions. TNS offers a broad range of networks and innovative value-added services which enable transactions and the exchange of information in diverse industries such as retail, banking, payment processing, telecommunications and the financial markets.

Founded in 1990 in the United States, TNS has grown steadily and now provides services in over 60 countries across the Americas, Europe and the Asia Pacific region, with our reach extending to many more. TNS has designed and implemented multiple data networks which support a variety of widely accepted communications protocols and are designed to be scalable and accessible by multiple methods.