Sisteer: Fundamental Change Sweeping Through Mobile Networks

Leading MVNE Sisteer embarks on a worldwide tour of MVNO networking summits

Tier one mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE) Sisteer ( today announces that it will embark upon a worldwide speaking tour of key networking summits for mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs). The tour takes in summits in Kuala Lumpur, Paris, Barcelona and Sao Paolo and mobile network operators (MNOs) will also be present.

Sisteer will speak at the MVNO Summit Asia in Kuala Lumpur on 16th and 17th October 2012; MVNO Networking Congress  in Paris from 19th-21st November 2012; MVNO Summit Global in Barcelona 25th/26th April 2013 and at the MVNO Summit LATAM in São Paulo on the 29th/30th May 2013.

The strategic goal of speaking at these summits is to interact with potential MVNO and MNO partners and to discuss the fundamental changes that Sisteer sees are now taking place in the way that mobile networks operate. With declining EBITDA margin per user, MNOs are beginning to view MVNEs as valued business partners.

“Both MNOs and MVNOs need turnkey hosting solutions to quickly roll out the most competitive mobile offerings for their specific markets” says Alain Bureau, Sisteer’s CEO who will head up the speaking tour. “As a pure MVNE, Sisteer is well placed to provide them with just that.”

Currently, Sisteer has hosting agreements in place with more than 30 MVNOs in Europe, Latin America and Malaysia.

About Sisteer

Sisteer is a tier one Mobile Virtual Network Enabler (MVNE) serving world markets. The company provides MVNOs with a comprehensive and cost-effective set of mobile services, enabling them to market a competitive mobile phone offering. Thanks to its telco expertise and solid partnerships with mobile network operators and software providers, Sisteer operates a robust platform that MVNOs can rely upon to deliver an outstanding customer experience. Sisteer is headquartered in France and has subsidiaries in Brazil, Morocco and Kuala Lumpur. Its network service currently hosts the end users of 30 MVNOs. For more information, visit