ng-voice and Infosys join forces to deliver cloud-native solutions for communication service providers

ng-voice’s fully containerized cloud-native IMS solution for VoLTE / VoNR will be part of Infosys’ SI solutions for customers who want to embrace cloud-nativity

February 28, 2023 | Hamburg, Germany


ng-voice, a leading provider of a fully containerized and cloud-native IMS solution for the telecom market, today announced a strategic partnership with Infosys, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting and system integration to strengthen communication service providers’ (CSPs) digital capabilities and accelerate the deployment of fully containerized and cloud-native network solutions.


As part of this partnership, ng-voice and Infosys will combine their efforts to deliver cloud-native software solutions and managed services excellence while fostering innovation and delivering personalized customer experiences to ng-voice’s customers. Infosys will also offer a range of cross-industry services, solutions, and platforms that enable enterprises and CSPs to rapidly build cloud-native business platforms, helping them to drive business agility and growth.


Balakrishna D. R (Bali), Executive Vice President – Global Head AI and Automation and ECS, Infosys said, “With a growing deployment base, Infosys has demonstrated a steadfast commitment to power innovation-driven growth for the telecommunications industry through digital capabilities. This collaboration is a blend of capabilities powered by Infosys Cobalt and our expertise in the domain and ng-voice’s geographical presence that fast-track adoption of cloud-native network solutions among telcos across Europe. The success of this engagement can be a real game-changer for both Infosys and ng-voice in the 5G era.”


David Bachmann, CEO, ng-voice: said “This strategic SI partnership with Infosys allows us to provide truly cloud-native network solutions to help customers unleash the full potential of digitalization and develop sustainable competitive advantages. We are very excited about this collaboration.”   


ng-voice developed the industry’s first truly cloud-native IMS – the critical component to deploy VoLTE and VoNR. Its key benefits include being cloud-and-infrastructure-agnostic, with highly automated deployment and operation processes, flexibility and reliability to scale (up and down), standard compliance to 3GPP, and a minimal resource footprint.

About ng-voice

ng-voice GmbH is committed to building the next generation of 100% software-based mobile networks, combining DevOps with telecommunications expertise. ng-voice’s fully containerized and cloud-native IMS core is scalable, flexible, and easy to deploy and manage, offering communication service providers and enterprises of any size innovative voice services on 4G and 5G networks.


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