Clickatell yesterday announced further investments in its critical enterprise infrastructure at the CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment 2007 Conference in San Francisco, California, which it is attending.

These investments will support the millions of mobile text messages (SMS) already being sent around the globe.
Clickatell is bolstering its worldwide facilities to meet the growing demand for SMS messages being sent globally for a multitude of applications.
Having expanded coverage to include an additional 85 networks, Clickatell supports more networks and carriers than any other messaging provider in the world. The company has further upgraded its enterprise-grade facilities to include hosted services, receiving the SAS 70 stamp of approval, a widely recognized standard used as a proof point used by chief security officers to examine the due diligence process needed to assure data security, safety and integrity.
Within its existing 24×7 system, Clickatell has significantly extended its customer support capability by enhancing Quality of Service (QOS) and reliability of its IT infrastructure, which is built on the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) framework, a set of industry guidelines and best practice techniques for managing IT infrastructure, development, and operations.
In addition to these enterprise-grade additions to its facilities, Clickatell has added network support in Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, and Guam, and has also increased reliability in China, Hong Kong, and Japan.
With more than 8 000 active customers worldwide, including Barclays Bank, BBC, CNN, FNB, and Oracle, Clickatell has proven itself as the leader in providing mobile messaging solutions to large enterprise organisations and delivering online SMS services for small to medium businesses. With the explosion of cell phone usage, mobile messaging is fast becoming a ubiquitous and cost effective way to communicate directly to customers, partners, and employees.