Our primary customers are mobile operators. Our mission is to improve the user experience of their subscribers, as well as making it more affordable and easier to run a core network for the operator. Our platform includes the functionality of the HLR/HSS, the G-MSC, the IMS stack, the SMSC and MMSC, and the PGW.
Multi-tenant / sliced
Our core network is deployed in multi-tenant mode. Once integrated into a host network, new logical slices can be spun up to serve specific purposes. The network can also be deployed consistently across networks, countries and operators.
The IMS stack including VoLTE/VoWiFi, entitlement servers, call forking, home routing of SMS and more are all part of the service, and constantly expanding.
As we operate our network as-a-service, we run a consistent code-base across networks. As we make improvements for one operator, this improvement propagates to other operators on the platform. In this way we generate strong platform effects for all our customers. We are convinced that many of these incremental effects will create strong differentiation over time.
We operate in a DevOps model, and the network is constantly improving for our customers.
As part of our contract we commit to developing the next “G”. In other words, you don’t have to ask for next generation technology, it is part of the package.
We are constantly evolving our infrastructure. We improve security, add redundancy and improve the resilience of our network every day.
Access to constant stream of innovation As we are building the foundation for a marketplace for product and service innovation. As this evolves, operators on our platform will get access to new products and services available to them and their end-users, without operators having to develop or integrate these themselves.
We have one central API for provisioning and billing related functionality. We don’t provide BSS functionality ourselves, but we can offer pre-integrated BSS functionality via partners. Using a pre-integrated partner can reduce cost and complexity, and improve time-to-market.
We started porting Vimla subscribers to our platform in the fall of 2018. We aim to have hundreds of thousands of Vimla subscribers on the platform by the end of 2019.
Integrating with us
We work with our customers to select and integrate with the host mobile network, as well as interconnectivity, connectivity, roaming, billing and other partners. We deliver the mobile core network as-a-service, and integrate with partners for the remaining services. The core network is deployed multi-tenancy from the public cloud. We will usually deploy the packet gateway locally.
We do not own the end-users, and we do not handle the wholesale capacity agreements.
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