Guildford,UK – 13th January 2014– Quortus, the company creating virtual mobile core solutions forsmall networks, today announced that Steve Coppins has joined thecompany as Business Development Manager. In this role, Steve will beresponsible for the sales of Quortus’ portfolio of state of the artsoftware applications that allows core network functionality to beinstalled on small cells, commodity hardware or in the cloud,reducing operation costs and enhancing user experience by placing 4G,3G and GSM core functionality where it is needed.
Stevejoins from Nokia Siemens Networks where he spent more than 15 yearsin a number of roles, most recently he was responsible for developingrelationships, expanding sales and increasing profitability withmajor accounts. He also represented the company within the UKgovernment ESMCP programme – relating to next generation LTE-basedpublic safety developments – and was responsible for positioningnew propositions including DVB-H and on-train communications.Previously Steve held a number of roles within Nortel and Siemens.
“Weare extremely pleased to welcome Steve to Quortus at a time when weare seeing significant growth across all of our key markets,” saidAndy Odgers, CEO of Quortus. “His excellent sales and businessdevelopment experience from across the telecoms ecosystem will helpus accelerate momentum in small cell, enterprise and public safetysegments.”
“Theshift of intelligence from the silo of the traditional core out intothe network is having a profound effect on the mobile industry,”said Steve Coppins, Business Development Manager of Quortus. “I amdelighted to be joining a company at the cutting edge of thismovement, at such an exciting time in its development.”
Quortus controllersoftware reduces network operating costs and enhances userexperiences. Whether based on a server, in the cloud or on anembedded processor, its technology delivers standalone or fullyintegrated 4G, 3G and GSM mobile core network functionality where itis needed.
Quortusis changing the nature of mobile networks. Its award winning ECXvirtual mobile core software reduces operating costs and improves theperformance of 2G, 3G and 4G networks. The flexibility of the ECXmakes it suitable for deployment in a range of scenarios. In thecloud, ECX delivers full mobile core functionality through networkfunctions virtualisation (NFV). In the enterprise, ECX is ideallysuited for deployment as an Enterprise Small Cell Concentrator. As anembedded application, ECX provides a complete mobile network for usein tactical, rural, industrial, managed access and public safetyvehicular applications. Simple to deploy and easy to operate, ECX isthe reason that Quortus is big in small networks. For moreinformation, please visit: http://www.quortus.com