JSC Ingenium appoints Alfonso Reillo Global MVNO Sales Director
- In his new position, Alfonso Reillo will lead the company's international expansion in the Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) market.
JSC Ingenium a global provider of Core Network 4G/5G and BSS technology for mobile operators, has announced the appointment of Alfonso Reillo as the new Global Sales Director for Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs), reporting directly to the company’s Chief Sales Officer, Juan Carlos Buitrago.
Alfonso Reillo, until now Director of Pre-Sales and Alliances at JSC Ingenium, will lead the company’s international growth strategy in the area of Mobile Virtual Network Operators to which it offers a unique solution, designed according to CNF (Cloud Network Function) principles, capable of operating over legacy networks (2G/3G) but already prepared to deploy 5GSA functionalities.
The new Global Sales Director for the MVNO area has extensive experience in the telco sector, where he has occupied various positions of responsibility in companies such as Telefónica, Altran (Capgemini Engineering) and Colt Technology Services. He holds a Computer Science bachelor’s degree from the Escuela de Sistemas Informáticos (Madrid).
JSC Ingenium is a global 4G/5G Core & BSS vendor for CSPs. Founded in 1996, the company is building the future of telco by delivering entire operation and management solutions to all kinds of Communications Service Providers (MNOs & MVNOs). Its offering includes a wide range of 3G, 4G and 5G Core Network technologies and Service Enablers, combined with business support systems (BSS) and tools for the supervision and operation of Mobile Operators.
JSC Ingenium makes a very strong effort in R&D, to which it allocates more than 45% of its technical resources. Currently, JSC Ingenium is firmly committed to 5G technologies, its philosophy, completely disruptive, and its ability to create a new concept of mobile networks.
Today JSC Ingenium has operational deployments in 20 countries worldwide, from Asia to Latin America, including major European countries, such as Spain, Italy, France and the UK, serving +100 operators worldwide.