Vision & Story

Solaiemes products help carriers to keep their role relevant, allowing them to build alternatives to over-the-top offers using enablers as Joyn / RCS-e and RCS as a Platform.
We defined the concept FTB, Friendly Telco Border, as the telco enablers exposition "in the internet language", REST and SOAP WS APIs. We believe that the global reach of telco enablers, combined with proper APIs to allow 3rd parties to create use cases on top is a Win-Win-Win combination. We help telcos to make this way to keep a role in communication services. Solaiemes was conceived with the aim of opening telco enablers to developers creating a intermediate infrastructure layer to approach telco core to the 3rd party ecosystem.
Our legacy portfolio allowed to create by 3rd parties solutions based on videocall, IMS VideoShare and Push to Talk technologies.


Juan Mateu

Juan developed his career in several companies as Motorola (Networks and Mobile Devices divisions), DMR Consulting (now Everis), ICEX (Spanish Foreign Trade Office) and Colortex.
Juan holds an MSc degrees in Telecom Engineering from Polytechnics University of Valencia (Spain), an MSc in Economics from UNED (Spain) and a Diploma in Politics from the University of London (Lead College, LSE).


Jose Recio

Jose has developed his career in Motorola and Ceselsa-Indra
Mr. Recio holds an MSc in Telecom Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and an MSc (Distinction) in Information Security from Royal Holloway College, University of London. Mr. Recio is an associate lecturer in the Telecom Engineering faculty, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid.


Luis Valencia

Luis had previous roles at Motorola and Alcatel. developing Switching, GSM coverage planning and IMS software. Also worked at Textil Bondrap.
Mr. Valencia holds an MSc degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the Polytechnics University of Valencia (Spain).


David Culebras

David developed his career in Motorola, Altran SDB and Consum SCV.
David holds an MSc degree in Telecom Engineering from Polytechnics University of Valencia (Spain) and an executive MBA from EOI Business School (Spain).



Caixa Capital Risc is the La Caixa VC division. CCR acquired Eurecan (the original investor) assets. Eurecan (Caja Navarra) invested 600.000 € in Solaiemes in 2007.


CDTI, The Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology is a Spanish public organisation, under the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, whose objective is to help Spanish companies to increase the technological profile of said companies. Solaiemes received 2 soft loans from the NEOTEC and PID R&D and Innovation fostering programmes.


Spanish Ministry of Industry, Solaiemes has been granted R&D public grants & soft-loans trough the Avanza I+D Programme.Solaiemes participated in several R&D consortiums with other companies and got grants or soft loans for the projects with the codes: TSI-100600-2013-199 "RIAS - RCS Intelligent Ad Server", TSI-020601-2012-40 "Solaiemes RCS-EMS. Desarrollo experimental de un servidor de mensajería instantáneo RCS-e avanzado para empresas" , TSI-020100-2011-282 "RiC@S - Plataforma de self-service multicanal end-to-end con tecnología RCS", TSI-020110-2009-0103 "Aficus" & TSI-020302-2008-115 "Raudo"


Solaiemes is currently working in the field of RCS joyn API exposure. Below find the customers we can mention and also we have 2 additional tier-1 telco groups as customer a list of potential customers with remote demos on-going. We are currently negotiating the dates to reference them and will update soon this section.



Solaiemes joined the relevant organizations in the mobile communications industry:


GSM Association. The GSMA represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide. Spanning more than 220 countries, the GSMA unites nearly 800 of the world’s mobile operators, as well as more than 200 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem, including handset makers, software companies, equipment providers, Internet companies, and media and entertainment organisations. The GSMA also produces industry-leading events such as the Mobile World Congress and Mobile Asia Expo.


Open Mobile Alliance. The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) delivers open specifications for creating interoperable services that work across all geographical boundaries, on any bearer network. To date, OMA has published more than 100 enabler releases with ongoing maintenance, revisions and new versions of its work. OMA’s specifications support the billions of new and existing fixed and mobile terminals across a variety of mobile networks. Driven by the global demand for mobile data services, the member companies of the Open Mobile Alliance support the adoption of new and enhanced information, communication and entertainment solutions. The Open Mobile Alliance includes contributors from all key elements of the wireless value chain, and contributes to the timely and efficient introduction of services and applications to the market.


Solaiemes portfolio is complementary to other technologies companies portfolios (IMS, RCS Instant Messaging Servers, Presence Server, VoIP, SBC, etc providers). We have established partnership to make joing offers in RFU, RFPs, and cross-selling reference and technology e2e completion. Some of our partners logos and weblinks below.



Solaiemes has been awarded with a number of awards and mentions in technology events and entrepreneurship space.

2011 Winner of Innovation Category at GSMA RCS DevChallenge for the Solaiemes RCS Solution Gateway product.

2009 Finalist at GSMA Mobile Innovation Grand Prix EMEA Tournament Innovative Customer Application or Service Category for the AVISG product for mobile multimodal CRM.

2009 Winner at RedHerring Global 100.

2008 Finalist at RedHerring Top 100 Europe.

2007 Shorlisted as one of 'Top Innovator' for the GSMA's Mobile Innovation Summit at Asia Mobile Congress, for the product LiveServe to create IMS VideoShare applications.

Our Office

Solaiemes Office:
Av/ General Fanjul 2-bis, office 3-5
28044 Madrid

Telephone: +34 91 706 7234
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