TORONTO, April 20 /CNW/ - Polar Wireless Corp. (OTC/BB, Frankfurt:62o) has completed an important part of its system
build-out with the successful migration of its Global Data Center to
the Bell Canada Data Center, a world class SAS70 and CICA5900
installation backed by a robust, secure and highly reliable network.
This includes advanced monitoring systems, leading edge hosting
solutions and development of next generation solutions such as cloud
The Polar Wireless platform was initially developed in Russia and
migrated to the company's Richmond Hill center for further development
and testing in over 30 countries. This migration to the Bell Canada
center will provide Polar Wireless with the long term ability to
effectively manage up to 1 million users for their voice, data and SMS
requirements. The center will also serve as host to the company's
secondary sites such as Moscow and Frankfurt.
The Russian market has been selected for a pilot launch of the new
mobile service because it is a fast developing market which displays
mobile usage patterns similar to active mobile users in other parts of
the world. An initial shipment of 15,000 chip set units has been made
to distribution partners in preparation for the first stage of this
About Polar Wireless
The Company is a new mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that works
in conjunction with established major mobile service providers. The
Company's patent-pending mobile solution will provide carrier quality
service and significantly reduced mobile roaming charges worldwide for
customers with GSM compatible mobile handsets which account for over
80% of the global handset market. Its carrier quality service is
operable in 213 countries through extensive partner networks. The
breakthrough service provides the first global network solution for
mobile users to dramatically reduce roaming surcharges while allowing
users to maintain their current mobile number, handset and carrier
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Polar Wireless Corp.
G. Kelly O'Dea
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer