DigitalRoute offers 4G Mediation to BTC





DigitalRoute announced that MediationZone
from DigitalRoute has been selected by BTC, a Bahamas telecom company, to
support their ongoing 4G and NGN projects.


Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) is
targeting to roll out its 4G network during 2011, enabling 20 to 30 times
faster data speeds compared to what is available today.


“The planned introduction of 4G,
enabling high speed mobile broadband for all our subscriber and visitors makes
a flexible and high performance mediation solution such as MediationZone a
necessity,” said Marlon Johnson, VP Marketing at BTC.


For major communication service providers
in the world, massive volumes of usage records are processed every day in order
run mission critical applications. Mediation reduces the number of point
integrations and provides the functions to efficiently manage usage data before
it reaches the business support systems.


“We value the opportunity to work with
BTC and it fits perfectly with our plans for continued strengthening of our
presence in the region,” said Stephen Rickaby, general manager at
DigitalRoute Americas.


With the rapid uptake of mobile data
services driven by new network technologies, mediation is an essential
component in the service providers’ business operations.


DigitalRoute has enjoyed a strong business
momentum in North America during 2010 and 2011, where it has selected
by some of the leading service providers to replace legacy mediation and data
integration systems.


Recently, DigitalRoute, in partnership with Cable & Wireless Communications,
performed a proof of concept study that demonstrates how service providers can
achieve huge cost reductions for business analytics while addressing security
and privacy concerns.


By Team
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