MACH launches TerraXDR to help network operators achieve data retention compliance

Telecom Lead Asia: MACH, a provider of cloud-based
managed communication services, has launched its data retention solution called


The solution enables network operators to reduce cost and
complexity of achieving compliance with Data Retention legislation.


TerraXDR is based on a streamlined database solution
created for the rapid storage and retrieval of Call Data Records (CDR). It can
lower the total cost of ownership for data retention by as much as 80 percent,
when compared with relational databases or data warehousing solutions.


The data retention needs of operators are very specific
they require a high-performance solution that can scale to store millions and
even billions of records and provide rapid retrieval if the need arises. The
TerraXDR solution is the first product specifically designed from the ground-up
for storing and retrieving CDRs, and delivers a more cost-effective and
fit-for-purpose platform for operators by minimizing hardware requirements and
providing exceptional performance,” said Rasmus Holst, senior vice president,
markets, MACH.


EU operators face a significant challenge finding cost
effective ways of retaining ever growing amounts of data for compliance


The EU Data Retention Directive 2006/24/EC require
operators to store data relating to a wide range of subscriber activity for up
to two years. TerraXDR is developed specifically for EU operators to allow them
to adhere to the regulatory guidelines.


TerraXDR is capable of handling the data retention
requirements of the most demanding operator environments.


The solution can be deployed as a managed service, with
operators providing CDR information to MACH, or as a traditional in-house


Recently, MACH,
a provider of cloud-based managed communication services, announced that it is
providing roaming services to Bharti Airtel operations across Africa that will
enable the mobile service provider to improve revenues.


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