- Mobile Systems International
Founded in 1989 by Mo Ibrahim after he left Cellnet, Mobile Systems International provided consultancy, network planning and management application software to the wireless industry. In 1998 the company became known as MSI Metapath Software International. This was after a merger with Metapath Software, a firm that made real-time customer management products for the mobile industry. The merger also generated a new spin off called MSI-Cellular Investments which specialised in developing mobile phone services in African countries .
Marconi Corporation plc acquired Metapath Software International in 2000. After Ericsson acquired Marconi, a management buy-out in 2006 resulted in Mobile Systems International becoming an independent company again.
MSI-Cellular Investments was renamed as Celtel International in 2004 and was bought by Mobile Telecommunications Company, a telecoms company from Kuwait, in May 2005.
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