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Opencode Systems

With 20 years of experience building telecommunications solutions, Opencode Systems is one of the leading providers of cell broadcast and SMS-based public warning systems. Our

solutions, based on a market-leading, patented telecommunication technology, have been deployed in Europe, South America and the Middle East.

Opencode wireless mass notification suite provides Public Authorities with Early Warning Broadcast capability over 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G mobile networks. Critical safety information can be broadcast simultaneously to millions of mobile users nation-wide or geo-fenced to areas of interest.

Opencode alerting solutions conveniently deploy in centralized, distributed or mixed architecture. In a centralized deployment the solution is managed and owned by a relevant public agency. In a distributed deployment, service providers are responsible for the solution’s operation, while providing secured broadcast access to authorities.

By design Opencode mass notification solutions are omni-channel. This advantage allows to quickly extend mission critical wireless reach to more population segments using additional broadcast channels such as radio, TV, IPTV, public info panels, etc.

The public warning alerts are managed via a rich and intuitive user interface. This interface includes interactive online and offline country geo-maps that allow users to visually define, broadcast and manage alerts. It is also the administration point for different agencies, service provider users and networks. The interface comes with superior security, restriction and validation functions allowing usage to remain simple and protected from breaches and unwanted behavior.

Over the years Opencode Systems has delivered telecommunications solutions in 50 countries generating value to world-class service providers including Vodafone, Orange, Telenor, Ooredoo, Etisalat and many others.

Opencode Systems has a staff of 180 engineers worldwide with main offices being in Bulgaria, France, Malaysia and Tunisia

last updated: July 2020