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Towards 5G Signaling and Core Network Evolution Success

The network environment is changing rapidly. The evolution from 2G, 3G, 4G towards 5G continues. Will you be among the ones securing business continuity and network reliability also in the future?

Within the telecom sector, Tieto has world-class cloud solutions and expertise on the next generation network transformation, 5G, and IoT. We are pioneers in telecom network signaling.   

Meet our experts at AfricaCom event and get valuable insights on how to reduce the costs of network transformation and core network virtualisation.

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Showcasing network products

All-in-one signaling solution for 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G

Tieto's Evolved Signaling Controller (ESC) is an all-in-one, cloud-based solution that seamlessly handles signaling control in 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G networks. With ESC signaling network becomes more cost-effective, easy to manage and future-proof.

Read more about Tieto Evolved Signaling Controller and download WhitePaper: Leading the way to the next generation of wireless networks


EIR and Central EIR 

Tieto's EIR and Central EIR solutions support 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G networks and help to control illegal devices markets.

We recently run a project with one African country. Read the blog about our experiences.


Topical insights

How to avoid expensive mistakes in core network virtualisation?

The right marching order in core network virtualisation projects can save considerable time and money.
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Bridging the network generation gap

What all will change with 5G signaling and how to support seamless and simultaneous operations in 2G/3G/4G and 5G networks?
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How can government authorities tackle the black-market challenge?

Governments and public authorities all over the world are fighting a war against the growing black market of mobile devices. Billions of tax and registration incomes remain uncollected, phone frauds persist, and general insecurity continues.

Recently we had a chance to be part of two projects helping to resolve this challenge. A country in Africa had estimated losing millions of euro in tax income each year due to illegally imported mobile phones. 

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