The leading internet services provider Rakuten, Inc., announced that it plans to acquire Virginia based Innoeye (Innoeye, LLC and Innoeye Technologies Pvt. Ltd.), an engineering technology solutions company. Innoeye will be acquired by Rakuten Mobile, Inc., a group company of Rakuten, Inc.
Rakuten Mobile has already deployed Innoeyes converged OSS, an end-to-end platform process automation solution, to support the 4G/5G cloud platform for its network launch in Japan.
Plans are also underway to rollout this technology and expertise as part of the new Rakuten Communications Platform (RCP) offering to be made available to telecom companies and other enterprise customers around the world.
Rakuten Communications Platform combines the technology blueprint and expert playbook of the worlds first cloud native mobile network of Rakuten Mobile and its world-class partners to offer telecom companies and enterprises a way to easily build and deploy fully cloud native network services at speed and low-cost.
In March 2020, Rakuten and Vodafone have become the lead investors in a venture to extend mobile coverage to more people and devices across the planet, using the first mobile broadband network that will be broadcast from space.
In August 2019, Rakuten, Inc. announced to open two new logistics centers for Rakuten Super Logistics, the comprehensive logistics service operated by Rakuten.
Rakuten, Inc., headquartered in Setagaya City, Tokyo, Japan, is one of the leading ecommerce company. The company has third largest ecommerce marketplace globally. The company offers a range of services in e-commerce, fintech, digital content and communications to many users all over the world.