Mobile Virtual Network Operators/Enablers
The critical success factor for an MVNO or MVNE is a differentiated business model to attract and engender loyalty from a target segment of subscribers. A differentiated business model in turn implies unique service offerings as well as varied operating parameters. Fortunately, Tecore's software-driven, multi-protocol architecture provides just the modularity, range of features and cost-effectiveness these operators require, easing the deployment effort and allowing them to focus their efforts on the challenges of their business, such as establishing a brand, pricing, or application that sets them apart from other operators in the market. In fact, MVNOs/Es can deploy the same core network as their markets expand to different regions. So both CDMA subscribers in the U.S.A. and GSM subscribers in Western Europe can be supported simultaneously with one common solution.
Tecore's integrated systems approach provides the ease of single platform deployment, management, and support. An MVNO/E system can optionally be configured to support a range of services such as text messaging, prepaid, alternative call routing, USSD callback and enterprise roaming services. Our IP architecture facilitates a highly customizable operator environment, from multi IMSI/MSISDN support to Push-to-Talk and other multimedia offerings.
Features + Benefits
Complete end-to-end or modular MVNO solutions
Patented multi-protocol architecture supports operator services across GSM, GPRS/EDGE, CDMA, EV-DO and IP-based communications technologies
Optional edge gateways provide access localization and cost effective backhaul handling
Support for IN-/IMS-based services
Integrated Tecore HLR/HSS support
Modular architecture - solution components can be distributed or integrated in a single system based on the operator’s business model
Maintain control of subscribers, call processing, and CDRs
Quick deployment for fastest time-to-revenue.
USSD Callback as a cost-effective roaming alternative
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