Renowned for its quality products and rapid customer service, Radiator Software services thousands of businesses in over 180 countries thanks to its highly configurable, flexible, and portable suite of products. Radiator Software has many carrier class, enterprise, corporate, academic, and public and private business customers.
I always take the Radiator as an example of how ideal telecom software should look like. It is stable, featuring mature and proven code packed with functionality, while being customizable and highly flexible at the same time, so that it can be tailored to our specific needs.
But I find the biggest Radiator advantage and the feature that sets it in front of similar products on the market – it being open. This alone allows us to turn our ideas into operational logic in a matter of hours, making us highly flexible and able to provide rapid response to ever changing business requirements.
Radiator is the only choice in the industry when you need complex and flexible customization without impact on high speed performance. The fact that OSC provides source code, allows us to modify core components to suit our application and really do anything we want it to do, or integration with anything we want it to integrate with.
A Tier 1 Mobile Operator in Taiwan uses Radiator for all of their mobile authentication (EAPSIM, UAM and SMS-OTP) for over 50,000 hotspots in Taiwan. A single server Radiator performs at almost 1200 transactions per second (TPS) during busy hours and has never failed in providing stable and rock solid performance.
Radiator Software has thousands of carrier class, enterprise, corporate, academic, public, and private business customers all around the world.
Large Telcos, ISPs and ASPs, such as AAPT Australia, NBN Co Australia, Telstra Australia, Optus Australia, Bouygues Telecom France, Free France, Colt Telecom Germany, British Telecom UK, O2 UK, T-systems Germany, Singtel Singapore, Globe Telecom the Philippines, Orange Telecom Romania, Telecom Portugal, Vodafone Portugal, PCCW Hong Kong, Vodacom Congo, Orange Telecom Jordan, Telecom Italia Italy, GTS Novera Czech Republic, Digicel Trinidad, Volga Telecom Russia, Telecom Argentina, Callforeign Singapore, and many others.
Government agencies and public organisations, such as US Military, US Department of Energy, SNCF France, Austrade Australia, Dept of Defense Australia, CEZ Power Company Czech Republic, Services Industriels de Geneve Switzerland, Geological Survey of Austria, Port of Tallinn Estonia, Dryden Municipal Telephone System USA, and others.
Private corporations, such as Citigroup US, ASCOM France, Jean Coutu Group Canada, Deutsche Bank, Qantas Australia, Virgin Blue Australia, Mazda, Fujitsu, Nokia, Huawei, Garanti Bankasi Turkey, DAB Bank Germany, Foxtel Australia, and many more.
Academic and research institutions and Education Networks, such as Janet UK, SUNET Sweden, FCCN Portugal, Surfnet The Netherlands, CESNET Czech Republic, AARNet Australia, and others.
Universities, schools, public facilities and libraries, such as Penn State University USA, Harvard University IT USA, Oakland University USA, University of Copenhagen Denmark, Edinburgh University UK, The Open University UK, Tampere University of Technology Finland, University of Helsinki Finland, Haifa University Israel, Newport Beach Public Library USA, The British Library UK, Monash University Australia, VICnet State Library of Victoria Australia, University of Brno Czech Republic, University of Alberta Canada, and many, many more.