Software Services

Telecom Software Development Services

Telecom software development services enable a service provider to own the complex telecom nodes. So that can reduce the burden of providing new features quickly and cost-effectively. Some of the services offered are:

  • SS7/Sigtran  Stack  Development:

    Our SS7/Sigtran software protocol stack is ideal for use in narrowband, broadband and next-generation IP networks.Our protocol stacks help Communication Equipment Providers (CEPs) build highly differentiated, carrier-grade telecom products, while reducing costs and risk by avoiding the overhead of protocol stack development, maintenance and support.

  • USSD Gateway Development:

    USSD is used to interact with the end user in messages. It’s a quick way to interact with customers and its response time is very fast. Having full SS7 and adaptable IP interfaces allow USSD Gateway to interact with applications that manage value-added services.

  • SMSC Development:

    Short Message Service Centre is element of wireless network which handle SMS like stores, forwards, converts and delivers SMS messages. It is a session based protocol and in case if the recipient is unavailable (for example, when the mobile phone is switched off), the SMSC will store the SMS message and forward the message when the recipient is available or when the message’s expiry period has been exceeded. Our SMSC solution provides you unlimited scalability for today’s high-volume and availability requirements in a very light footprint.

  • GSM HLR Development:

    HLR is the component of a GSM. The HLR act like a database that permanently stores data of subscribers or customers for a mobile network.
    For Example: If you bought SIM from Mumbai, then your data and information will be permanently stored in Mumbai’s HLR. It’s Called Home Locator Register. When you initiate a call the HLR interacts with the Mobile Switching Center (MSC) and ask authentication data for call control and processing.

  • GTP:

    The GPRS Tunneling Protocol (GTP) is the internet protocol used to carry General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) within 3G/4G networks. It is also known as a tunneling protocol. GTP allows GSM customers to travel while staying connected to the Internet. GTP can be used with Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP).

  • GGSN or PGW Development:

    GGSN provides the Mobile Core Network interworking with Packet Data Networks (i.e. Internet).The GGSN is the main gateway node in GPRS/UMTS packet switched core network. The functionality of PGW is same as GGSN for EPC which is the core network of the LTE/4G network but in case of mobile gateway for 2g/3g/4g PGW replaces GGSN.

  • Diameter:

    Everything today that is connected to a network or part of a network uses the Diameter protocol that is an authentication, authorization, and accounting(AAA) protocol. Basically, diameter protocol was derived from RADIUS, and designed to be a general framework for future AAA applications. It includes various upgrades in all aspects, such as message delivery reliability and error handling.

  • HSS (S6a/S6d) Development:

    We have developed HSS with S6a/S6d. We treat S6a/S6d single interface because both have same application identifier.S6a/S6d interfaces enable support for MME-SGSN mobility. HSS like a database that contains Subscriber’s Data such as Services associated, Authentication Information and Location Information etc.