Former Spirent GM buys Mobilethink and Tweakker from former company

James Pearce
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Pierre Hagendorf has taken control of the two device intelligence businesses, which provide services for more than 200 operators worldwide

The former head of Spirent Communications' device intelligence business has led a management buyout of Mobilethink Holdings, the parent company of Mobilethink and Tweakker.

Pierre Hagendorf, previously general manager of the two businesses, has taken control of Mobilethink and Tweakker from Spirent, which aim to help operators to better manage the growing complexities associated with feature phones, smartphones and any other connected mobile device on a network.

The two companies will sit alongside Hagendof’s other business interest Softil, a V2oIP enabling technologies company also acquired from Spirent. Tweakker and Mobilethink have a combined customer base of over 200 MNOs and MVNOs.

Mobilethink caters for the needs of tier one network operators by offering a fully-fledged and robust device intelligence suite. 

Tweakker cloud solutions feature an ultra-fast deployment, cost-efficient operation and pure pay-as-you-grow monthly fee solution specifically designed to answer the needs of any MVNO.

“The device intelligence requirements of our extensive customer base of mobile network operators (MNOs) and virtual operators (MVNOs) increases year-on-year,” said the new CEO, Hagendorf. 

“Operators need deeper intelligence about the network joining experience of their new subscribers and instant analytics about the myriad of devices coming into their networks. Mobilethink and Tweakker now have the agility and focus to meet their challenges.”