Elitecore wins major Indian deals for Multiplay SMP

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Elitecore has won two major contracts with wireline operators in India for its Elitecore Multiplay Service Management Platform (SMP).

A large pay TV operator has adopted the platform to help fulfil its ambition to become a provider of innovative broadband services along with its pay TV offerings in a single stack.

The cableco is using Elitecore's SMP to address innovative use cases including bandwidth or volume on demand, fair use policy based plans, add-on plan subscription, quota management and rollover and real-time notifications.

Under the second contract, Elitecore is providing its SMP to a multi-billion dollar conglomerate that was looking for a robust and scalable end-to-end B/OSS stack to assist the launch of wireline broadband services.

This contract also involved providing the operator with multiple mobile apps designed for customers, partners, field workers and sales agents.

“Looking at the tremendous growth potential and our successive wins in wireline broadband, reinstates our position as one of the leading vendors offering end-to-end B/OSS stack for operators and enabling them in their strategic growth aspects,” Elitecore VP of product management Dhaval Vora commented.

SMP supports broadband, pay TV and VoIP on a converged platform, acting as a single stack combining modules ranging from billing, policy management and CRM to mobile and web portals, reporting and provisioning.

Elitecore is showcasing its SMP capabilities for Wi-Fi MVNOs at Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona.

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