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John Sims: SAP Targets Operators for Cloud-Based Mobile IP Service

Software conglomerate builds multimedia subsystem

SAP AG has introduced a cloud-based service offering for telecommunication carriers to interconnect rich communication services on any mobile device or network.

The company designed an Internet Protocol multimedia subsystem to support its mobile services and allow end users to share videos, messages and files anywhere, SAP said Tuesday.

"As today's mobile consumers persistently seek out the latest innovation and best possible user experience, operators must support cutting edge IP-based services to remain competitive," said John Sims, president of SAP Mobile Services.

Sims added the business intends for its IMS hub to help operators test RCS and voice over LTE interworking systems.

SAP maintains a portfolio of interconnection, data roaming and IPX cloud-based services for wireless network operators and serves more than 990 carriers and 6.1 billion subscribers worldwide.

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Tim was born and raised in Washington, DC and holds a bachelor’s degree in Business-Journalism from Washington and Lee University and a certificate in budgeting and finance from Georgetown University's School of Continuing Professional Education.