Advanced Platform Migration Solutions
A crucial element for an MVNO to succeed is its ability to be agile and adaptable. As the mobile market and opportunities change, so does the MVNO need to change.
Therefore, one of the challenges that an MVNO can face when carrying out a migration to a more advanced platform is to carry it out with the lowest possible cost and the minimum inconvenience for its subscribers.
For this reason from JSC Ingenium, network infrastructure solutions for MNOs and MVNOS, we offer a solution for enabling HLR proxy and HLR, designed to help operators quickly and easily update and expand their HLR assets, so they can avoid costly and disruptive replacement programs, while keeping up with new service demands.
What is JSC Ingenium’s solution for platform migration?
Advantages of our migration solution for business:
- Cost savings, as subscribers do not have to change their SIM cards.
- Quality of service: This service does not affect the subscriber at any time.
- The mobile operator or MVNO extends the service provided to all subscribers on the new platform.
- It is possible to carry out a progressive implementation in which the two platforms coexist, and subscribers are migrated to the new platform according to business planning.
JSC Ingenium solutions for HLR proxy enablement allow mobile operators to act quickly and easily with great flexibility and agility, while avoiding the rigid and monolithic architecture of legacy platforms.
During the deployment of the new Network Infrastructure, there coexist both the old customers of the MVNO, which operates on the network infrastructure of its Host Operator, and new customers who are registered directly on the new platform.
In this way, from the migration:
- For registering an old subscriber: JSC Ingenium solution routes the full range of IMSIs from old subscribers to that of the MVNO. When a former MVNO’s subscriber tries to register, the MVNO’s HLR proxy identifies the IMSI as an old subscriber and forwards it to the MNO’s HLR so it sends the subscriber’s keys, and from that moment on, service can be provided following the standard process.
- For registering a new subscriber: the MNO network is configured to route the full range of IMSIs of new subscribers to the MVNO’s platform. When a new MVNO’s subscriber tries to register, the MVNO’s HLR proxy identifies the IMSI as a new subscriber and forwards it to the MNO’s HLR so it sends the subscriber’s keys, and from that moment on, service can be provided following the standard process.