Blueslice enables seamless evolution to 4G with an integrated GSM/UMTS ngHLR, IMS HSS, and LTE HSS

December 16, 2009

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MONTREAL -- Blueslice Networks, the leader in evolved Subscriber Data Management (eSDM), today unveiled the latest addition to its portfolio, a completely integrated SDM suite supporting the 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard.

The Blueslice LTE Home Subscriber Server (LTE-HSS) is built on Blueslice’s industry leading Converged Subscriber Platform 3000 ™, CSP 3000™, which is commercially deployed worldwide. With the Blueslice Software Release 5.3, the CSP 3000™ now supports subscriber management for 2G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE), 3G (UMTS/HSPA), IMS, as well as LTE; making it the only industry solution to consolidate and seamlessly share subscriber information across all generations of 3GPP technologies. Such an open-standard solution allows easy compatibility and complete interworking with all Evolved Packet Core (EPC) solutions, enabling service providers to combine best-of-breed products for a world-class LTE network.

“LTE is not just about download speeds! While legacy vendors are focused on creating a new, isolated LTE-HSS to support their radio developments, Blueslice is focusing on the real commercial challenges: how will service providers ensure seamless mobility and service continuity in a world with LTE islands surrounded by 2G and 3G coverage?”, said Luc Mayrand, VP of Research and Development, Blueslice Networks. “Blueslice has clearly understood that the change to LTE is not immediate, hence our solution enables service providers to transition to LTE in a gradual, modular and controlled fashion.”

Blueslice Networks Inc.

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