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Openwave Messaging Signs Strategic Partnership with Numergy

Openwave Messaging Inc., the leading global provider of innovative messaging software solutions, today announced a partnership agreement with leading French cloud services provider Numergy. The partnership enables Numergy’s resellers and partners to offer their customers Openwave Messaging’s industry leading messaging solution as part of Numergy’s cloud service in France.

Openwave Messaging’s world-class messaging solution completes the Numergy IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) offering. Numergy’s mission is to provide businesses and public organizations secured, efficient and competitive IT resources. Numergy’s network of resellers in France will now be able to offer Openwave Messaging’s solution and related integration and project management services to their enterprise customers.

“Customers are looking for cloud solutions to address the fundamental issues of performance, functionality and value, together with comprehensive security and hosting in their local territory,” said Frank Bossel, sales director at Numergy. “The internationally recognized solution from Openwave Messaging adds these capabilities to Numergy’s cloud offering. We are pleased to add a key partner for our ecosystem.”

Openwave Messaging delivers world-class products and solutions to the global messaging market. The comprehensive product portfolio includes a complete messaging environment optimized for today’s most complex messaging requirements, including support for millions of mailboxes, unlimited storage, modern security controls, identity management, open APIs for internal and external integration, and a true five-nines messaging platform.

“We are pleased to announce this partnership,” said Pierre-Louis Lussan, regional manager, Scandinavia, Belgium, France and Africa for Openwave Messaging. “Numergy is an important and dynamic player in the French cloud computing landscape. We are pleased to complete their cloud offering with our industry-leading messaging solutions.”

About Numergy

Founded in September 2012, Numergy is a company specializing in the construction and operation of infrastructure cloud computing with French and European ambitions. With the support of its shareholders SFR, Bull and the Caisse des Dépôts, Numergy was designed to become a true "digital power plant" in the service of the economy and growth. Its mission: to provide businesses (SOHO, SME and large accounts ETI) and public organizations secured, efficient and competitive IT resources. Numergy guaranties and commits to the high availability of its infrastructure but also on the location of data on the French territory.

More information: www.numergy.com; Twitter: @ Numergy

About Openwave Messaging

Openwave Messaging is the leading global provider of innovative messaging solutions for service providers and enterprise companies. The world-class product portfolio includes a complete messaging environment optimized for today’s most complex messaging requirements, including support for millions of mailboxes, unlimited storage, modern security controls, identity management, open APIs for internal and external integration, and a true five-nines messaging platform. The Company’s products are available as software or appliances, and can be deployed on premise, in a hosted datacenter or in the Cloud. Openwave Messaging is headquartered in Redwood City, California and has offices in Ireland, the UK, Spain, Germany, Italy, China and Japan. The Company is privately held by Marlin Equity Partners, a global investment firm. For more information, please visit www.owmessaging.com or follow us on Facebook or Twitter @owMessaging.

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