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Movistar, Orange y Vodafone lanzan joyn en España

MADRID, 28 de noviembre de 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- GSMA anunció hoy que Movistar, Orange y Vodafone, los tres operadores de redes de telefonía móvil (MNOs) líderes en España, han lanzado su servicio de comunicación enriquecida (RCS) bajo la marca joyn™. Con este lanzamiento, España se convierte en el primer país del mundo en ofrecer esta solución enriquecida de comunicaciones, completamente interoperable, que Movistar, Orange y Vodafone ofrecerán a sus clientes de telefonía móvil.

joyn permite a los clientes participar en chats, enviar mensajes y realizar llamadas enriquecidas con intercambio simultáneo de imágenes o videos, de una manera privada y segura, con cualquier miembro de su lista de contactos que utilice también joyn, con independencia de la red o dispositivo móvil. Otros servicios adicionales como voz sobre IP (VoIP) o llamadas de video por IP serán presentados en un futuro próximo. Estos servicios pueden utilizarse tanto en las redes móviles de los operadores como en redes inalámbricas Wi-Fi.

"GSMA está encantada de que los servicios joyn se encuentren disponibles ahora en toda España, ofreciendo a los clientes más opciones de comunicaciones sin comprometer la calidad y la seguridad que esperan de su operador de telefonía móvil," dijo Michael O'Hara, Director Ejecutivo de Marketing de GSMA. "Esta implementación inicial de una tecnología nueva requería claramente de un grandísimo esfuerzo y un liderazgo fuerte para alinear el ecosistema de fabricantes, desarrolladores e integradores, y operadores. Los clientes en todo el mundo se van a beneficiar de los esfuerzos pioneros de estos tres operadores en España."

Inicialmente, joyn está disponible para Android, y la versión para el iPhone se lanzará más adelante. Los usuarios pueden bajarse joyn en las tiendas de aplicaciones, y pronto podrán adquirir dispositivos con la aplicación integrada, terminales que habrán superado un riguroso test de interoperabilidad. Para poder usar la marca joyn, los dispositivos tienen que completar el test de interoperabilidad y superar un proceso de certificación, garantizando la calidad, privacidad, seguridad y ubicuidad de los servicios. Los dispositivos con la aplicación joyn integrada estarán disponibles en tiendas a principios del 2013.

"Al desarrollar esta solución de interoperabilidad para sus clientes, los operadores también han podido compartir experiencias y enseñanzas como parte del programa RCS, reduciendo el tiempo de puesta en servicio de joyn," prosiguió O'Hara. "joyn está disponible ahora en Alemania y Estados Unidos para algunos operadores de forma aislada; y se esperan nuevas implantaciones entre operadores durante 2013, en Alemania y en varios otros países europeos."

Notas a los Editores
joyn es una marca registrada de certificación de GSMA y una marca dirigida al cliente para Rich Communication Services. Cuando los consumidores vean la marca joyn sabrán que el dispositivo está habilitado para RCS, lo que significa que automáticamente "sabe y muestra" formas de compartir información con contactos por medio de chat, video, llamadas o archivos, en cualquier momento, con independencia de la red o dispositivo que se use.

Se puede encontrar más información en www.joynus.com

Acerca de GSMA
GSMA representa los intereses de operadores de telefonía móvil a nivel mundial. Presente en más de 220 países, GSMA reúne a casi 800 de los operadores de telefonía móvil del mundo con más de 230 compañías en el ecosistema móvil más amplio, incluyendo fabricantes de teléfonos, compañías de software, proveedores de equipos y compañías de Internet, así como organizaciones en sectores de la industria tales como servicios financieros, salud pública, medios de comunicación, transportes y empresas de servicios públicos. GSMA también se organiza eventos de referencia en el sector, tales como el Mobile World Congress y Mobile Asia Expo. 

Para más información, por favor visite la web corporativa de GSMA www.gsma.com o Mobile World Live, el portal de internet para el sector de las comunicaciones móviles www.mobileworldlive.com

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