Blueslice Wins in Malta

Falcon lost at sea

April 29, 2010

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MONTREAL and MARSA, Malta -- In a move to modernize its network, GO, Malta’s quadruple play operator, has chosen Blueslice Network’s CSP 3000™, the industry-leading, evolved Subscriber Data Management (eSDM) platform, to replace legacy Home Location Register systems, as well as to provide the necessary HSS, AAA and Subscriber Repository building blocks for GO’s converged services strategy.

The CSP 3000™ is a flexible and scalable subscriber management platform, hosting a range of front-end applications, such as the ngHLR 3000™, HSS 3000™ and the AAA 3000™, leveraging the 3GPP-compliant User Data Repository: the SDS 3000™. This distributed and layered architecture enables the CSP 3000™ to consolidate and seamlessly share subscriber profiles across GO’s GSM, UMTS, IMS (fixed and mobile), as well as 4G (LTE, WiMAX) networks.

Blueslice’s geo-redundant, carrier-grade subscriber-centric database architecture will be the base on which GO can migrate existing subscriber profiles, and later on can be leveraged to rapidly bring to market new applications, avoiding data silos and operational cost and complexity. The Subscriber Data Server’s flexible data schema and range of LDAP and XML/SOAP interfaces will enable subscriber consolidation across the Fixed and Mobile access networks.

“With the Blueslice SDM solution, GO will be able to deliver on its “converged services” business strategy to increase customer stickiness as well as to change the customer experience altogether,” said Joseph Bugeja, Chief Technical Officer, GO, “This project will be an essential part of GO’s wider strategic transition towards a converged business entity, with an integrated network, operating systems and processes.”

Blueslice Networks Inc.

GO plc

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