Having been acquired by Comverse, Inc. on 6 August 2015, Acision is now known as Xura, Inc. (NASDAQ: MESG), a new company launched on 9 September 2015 combing both companies. Prior to this, it was a privately held mobile communications software company specialising in messaging systems that enable popular services such as text messaging or Short Message Service (SMS), Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), voicemail, IP Messaging, Mobile Value Added Services and Enterprise Mobility Solutions.

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  • Having been acquired by Comverse, Inc. on 6 August 2015, Acision is now known as Xura, Inc. (NASDAQ: MESG), a new company launched on 9 September 2015 combing both companies. Prior to this, it was a privately held mobile communications software company specialising in messaging systems that enable popular services such as text messaging or Short Message Service (SMS), Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), voicemail, IP Messaging, Mobile Value Added Services and Enterprise Mobility Solutions. (en)
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  • 2007-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • International
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  • Lawrence Quinn, Founder
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  • Consumer Mobility Services
  • Enterprise Mobility Services
  • Messaging Infrastructure
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  • Having been acquired by Comverse, Inc. on 6 August 2015, Acision is now known as Xura, Inc. (NASDAQ: MESG), a new company launched on 9 September 2015 combing both companies. Prior to this, it was a privately held mobile communications software company specialising in messaging systems that enable popular services such as text messaging or Short Message Service (SMS), Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), voicemail, IP Messaging, Mobile Value Added Services and Enterprise Mobility Solutions. (en)
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  • Acision (en)
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  • Acision (now Xura, Inc.) (en)
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