Alepo inks network modernization deal with Colombian telecoms Emcali

Telecom network and IT software solutions provider Alepo will assist Colombian telecommunications service provider Emcali to modernize infrastructure across its fixed and mobile broadband networks.

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The network modernization will enable the state-run Emcali to enhance its service offerings and better customer experience.


Emcali will utilize Alepo’s carrier-grade AAA Infrastructure to bring new triple-play services and create revenue opportunities. In addition, the telecom operator will use the multi-access network support for its WiMax, Wi-Fi, xDSL, GPON, and mobile 3G UMTS networks, reducing Opex and total cost of ownership.

“Emcali has made a significant investment in the evolution of our telecommunications infrastructure in order to expand our customer base while also reducing operational costs,” said Emcali Telecommunications Manager, Francisco Jose Gonzalez.

Alepo will also provide standards-based integration with many third-party systems and legacy CRM platforms. In addition to AAA, Alepo will deploy its “PCRF Lite” to perform advanced, real-time policy control within the fixed broadband network environments.

Baburajan K
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