Digicel Jamaica has added Alepo’s Carrier-Grade AAA Server to its mobile network in order to support a rapidly growing subscriber base on 2.5G (GPRS), 3G, and 4G (HSPA+) mobile broadband networks.
Alepo, a leading provider of network and IT solutions for communications service providers worldwide, said that Digicel Jamaica enlisted Alepo to upgrade its mobile AAA infrastructure as the company’s growth in mobile subscribers outpaced the previous AAA server’s capabilities. This underscores the longstanding partnership between Alepo and Digicel, which spans numerous projects over five years and twelve Digicel markets in the Caribbean and Southern Asia.
Digicel Jamaica cited a need for a carrier-grade solution that offered greater performance, reliability, and endless scalability as the demand for mobile data continues to surge upward. Alepo claims that its AAA infrastructure will support over one million mobile subscribers across twelve countries on 2.5G, 3G, and 4G mobile networks.
“Our continued experience working with Alepo has given us confidence in this network investment as well as in Alepo’s ability to deliver a robust solution able to support our growing customer base,” said Krishna Phillips, Digicel Jamaica CTO.
“Alepo understands that mobile broadband is the impetus to growing operator revenues and delivering a sophisticated customer experience, and we’re proud to work closely with Digicel Jamaica to expand its mobile data networks,” said Brandon Johnson, Vice President of Services at Alepo. “Alepo’s AAA Infrastructure has been a cornerstone of our products, and it continues to prove itself as legacy systems fail and fall behind.”