Press Releases / Infinite Convergence strengthens team in APME Region
Jan 04, 2012

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. – Infinite Convergence (, a wholly owned subsidiary of Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Limited (BSE: 533154, NSE: INFINITE) today announced the appointment of Chee Leng Loy as its regional vice president for Asia Pacific and Middle East (APME). Loy joins Infinite Convergence to direct all sales, business development and channel partner engagements for both carrier and enterprise clients across the region. Based in Singapore, Loy will also influence product portfolio direction to meet the needs of emerging markets.

With its new leadership, technology pedigree and proven solutions, Infinite Convergence is well positioned to capitalize on the growth in mobile as subscribers grow from 4.6billion in 2009 to an estimated 6.3billion in 2014, and the mobile messaging market surges to $233 billion (US), growing at a compound annual growth rate of 9.1 percent.

“Loy’s technical expertise and proven sales track record of success makes him the perfect executive to grow Infinite Convergence’s presence in a region where mobile communication is engrained in every facet of daily life,” said Anurag Lal, chief executive officer of Infinite Convergence. “Our industry leading messaging solutions’ superior performance across legacy and emerging wireless technologies (LTE/4G, IMS, 3G, 2G) allows carriers to provide the integrated communication solutions the market is increasingly demanding.”

APME is a key region for Infinite Convergence. Because of the region’s size and diversity, and the need to develop telecom and enterprise channels, the company sought an expert to lead this important region. Loy brings in more than 15 years of sales, business development and operating experience in both the telecommunications industry and enterprise mobility. Loy joins Infinite Convergence from iPass Inc. (NASDAQ: IPAS), where he served as managing director of Asia and Japan. Throughout his career – which also includes management positions at British Telecom Asia, KPN (Royal Dutch Telecom) Asia and The Strategis Group – Loy led regional teams in managing both direct and indirect channels in carrier and enterprise arenas. He has had direct sales engagements with most Tier 1 wireless carriers in Asia Pacific.

About Infinite Convergence

Infinite Convergence (, a wholly owned subsidiary of Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Limited (BSE: 533154, NSE: INFINITE), was formed in 2010 from an alliance between Infinite Computer Solutions and Nokia Siemens Networks (formerly Motorola). Infinite Convergence provides innovative messaging and wireless communication solutions to mobile operators and enterprises. Currently supporting more than 100 million subscribers globally, Infinite Convergence provides a complete range of scalable SMS, MMS and RCS messaging infrastructure and solutions to Tier 1 and Tier 2 wireless operators. The company’s cloud-based messaging centers add scalability to the rich product feature-set. Headquartered outside Chicago, Infinite Convergence employs 200 people in the USA and India.


Certain statements in this release concerning our future growth prospects are forward-looking statements, which involve a number of risks, and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in such statements due to risks or uncertainties associated with our expectations with respect to, but not limited to, our ability to successfully implement our strategy and our growth and expansion plans, technological changes, our exposure to market risks, general economic and political conditions which may have an impact on our business activities or investments, changes in the laws and regulations, including with respect to tax incentives and export benefits, adverse changes in laws, increasing competition in and the conditions of the Indian and global IT services industry, the prices we are able to obtain for our services, wage levels for IT professionals, the loss of significant customers the monetary and interest policies, inflation, deflation, unanticipated

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