Cubic Telecom Deploys BroadForward’s DSC to Supports Global IoT and M2M Services

Cubic Telecom Deploys BroadForward’s DSC to Supports Global IoT and M2M Services Image Credit: Yuktalavannya/Thefastmode.com

Cubic Telecom has deployed BroadForward's Next Generation DSC to support its IoT, M2M and automotive services.

The Dublin based connectivity experts Cubic Telecom enable leading automotive, PC and retail customers to connect and monetize their devices. They have now launched advanced signaling services with the BroadForward Next Generation DSC.

Cubic provides mobility solutions that power connectivity for leading IoT, machine-to-machine (M2M) and connected device companies across the globe and is paving the way for autonomous vehicle technologies and innovative LTE connectivity solutions to become mainstream. Cubic’s global solution delivers best-quality, high-speed 4G LTE voice and data services in partnership with over 30 Tier 1 mobile network operators, spanning more than 180 countries. The company counts some of the world’s leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), technology and automotive companies as customers - including Audi, Volkswagen, Panasonic, Rakuten, Woolworths and Qualcomm Technologies.

The BroadForward DSC is a software designed, multi-protocol routing and interworking solution supporting Diameter, SS7, SIP, ENUM, RADIUS and HTTP. The solution empowers Cubic Telecom to independently orchestrate converged signaling scenarios across 2G/3G, 4G/LTE, Fixed/Wi-Fi networks and ultimately 5G.

James Dennis, CTO, Cubic Telecom
The BroadForward DSC ticks all the boxes when it comes to network independent routing and interworking and the ability to provide our engineers with truly out-of-the-box signaling orchestration.

Taco Schoute, CEO, BroadForward
We are very proud to be working closely with Cubic Telecom, as they lead the way in enabling global connectivity for mobility solutions involving connected cars and smart infrastructures, ultimately paving the way for fully autonomous vehicles in 5G. 

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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