Tag: Telecom Billing Series

How Real-Time Stream Processing Can Transform Telecom Billing Systems?

There is no one quick fix to telcos afflictions in today’s extremely challenging and competitive world. Real-Time Stream Processing: The Catalyst to Transform Telecom Billing Systems. But, a sudden transformation is more likely to hurt the prospect of an established business than lead to its welfare. A cautious step-by-step transition is a much better option. And, it is best to start the transformation at the heart of B/OSS i.e. Telecom Billing Systems. MNO Charging & Billing Systems

Convergence – Intelligent System, Mobile Data Charging, AI and PCRF

Deep packet inspection (DPI) to gain actionable intelligence on traffic flows. Policy rules to define how to manage traffic based on information gathered through DPI, network resources, subscriber profiles, and offered services. Policy enforcement to implement policy at a granular level in real-time across the network, applying policy rules to DPI data.

PCRF the Liberator for Mobile Data Charging

HSS basically plays its main function of authenticating the LTE subscribers with IMSI as the primary key for SAE-HSS and IMPU (IMS Public ID) + IMPI (IMS Private ID) for IMS VoLTE authentication. SPR is the repository for the subscriber’s policies and profiles for QoS management. Both HSS and SPR are the front-end elements because the back-end element, i.e., UDR, is the database that stores all information.

Convergent Billing- As One Product Catalog

Convergent Billing – Online and offline charging are integral capabilities in any MNO/MVNO setup. Prepaid services always need online charging for real-time service authorization, rating and […]

Powerful Evolution – Telecom Billing & Charging

Telecom subscribers are getting smarter (so it’s not only the handset which is getting smarter haan!!!), demanding more and more and, at the same time many new players are entering the marketplace. To compete in this environment, operators have to not only maintain but also grow their part of the new value chain to gain loyal customers and adding new blended services which are ridding on their investment/infrastructure made during all those times.


GSM – Global System for Mobile Communication

The introduction of GSM represented a critical turning point in the development of cellular networks as it signified a transition from the early phases of cellular technology, which relied on analog communication methods, to sophisticated wireless communication approaches.