Signaling control and gateways
Make your signaling network more cost-effective, easy to manage and future-proof.
Leverage the evolution of cloud platforms with our broad portfolio of network functions, designed for cloud and NFV infrastructure.
Next-generation networks and data centres require new network functions. With extensive experience in the design of telecom signalling networks, functions and protocols, we offer a number of network functions ready for the future.
Our network functions are designed for modern virtualized cloud infrastructure and contain 2G/3G/4G/5G control plane services such as Equipment Identity Register, Mobile Number Portability and Messaging.
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Easy deployment and scaling of network applications reduces manual admin costs.
All our network functions offer easy deployment in virtualised environments.
Execute multiple instances, distributed over several HW/SW platforms.
TietoEVRY's solution improves security and control enabling central management of all devices, CSPs and consistent synchronization between central and local CSP EIRs. It supports 2G/3G/4G and 5G networks simultaneously. All access requests are logged and synchronized centrally together with blacklist, whitelist or multiple greylists info.Read related article
TietoEVRY's Mobile Number Portability enables the subscriber to keep his phone number independent on the chosen operator. The feature-rich MNP solution supports 2G voice, SMS, Voice over Long-Term Evolution (VoLTE) and other IMS-based voice and messaging services.
The IP-SM-GW provides the ability to send/receive SMS over SIP using IMS overlay network. The solution enables full interworking of SMS in 2G/3G networks with 4G and 5G networks.
Short message centre for 2G and 3G networks. Supports configurable retransmission-queues, SMPP interface and SS7 signalling.
IN service gateway between different IN protocol flavours including CAP V1, V2, V3, V4, Ericsson INAP CS1+, SINAP CS1+.
USSD service interaction to and from IMS networks enables easy migration of USSD applications to IMS networks.