Telecom26 Implements BroadForward’s DSC to Provide Multi-IMSI Services

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Telecom26 has implemented the BroadForward Next Generation Diameter Signaling Controller (DSC) as a pivotal part of their Next Generation Mobile Services Platform.

Telecom26 is a Swiss based cross border mobile operator that provides access to over 700 global networks with no need to swap SIM cards and near real-time reporting and control of mobile services.

The solution enables advanced multi-protocol routing and interworking for roaming and data services across different types of access networks (Mobile, Fixed, Wi-Fi and satellite) and across signaling technology borders (SS7, Diameter, RADIUS, SIP, HTTP).

The BroadForward solution empowers Telecom26 to provide multi-IMSI services such as Profile Management, Device Authentication, Network Steering and Global Roaming across industries, with a primary focus on enabling the Internet of Things (IoT) for Healthcare. Example is the recent launch by Telecom26 of a digital connectivity service for the global health community with the non-profit Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND). This first-of-its-kind service, named SIMplicity, is aimed at reducing the burden of sourcing and managing SIM cards for use in connected healthcare devices, including diagnostics equipment, in underserved and low resource settings.

Mike Ashdown, CEO of Telecom26
We required a signaling software solution that is designed to enable integration and resolve interoperability issues across multiple technologies, vendors, and service providers. 

Taco Schoute, CEO of BroadForward
The BroadForward Next Generation DSC ensures Telecom26 can achieve reliable and seamless connectivity for its customers, making it possible to deliver converged services in the hyper-connected IoT world.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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