Thai firms tap Elitecore for MVNE project

Staff writer
B/OSS Asia

CAT Telecom and Suvitech in Thailand have selected Elitecore’s end-to-end pre-integrated BSS stack for their MVNE project.

Under the PPP partnership, Suvitech has been appointed as the single MVNE for CAT Telecom.

Elitecore’s BSS platform will support in building MVNE infrastructure to enable multi-brand strategy, including the launch of new partner brands and multiple mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) on the same stack.

The platform offers an integrated real-time billing, policy control and customer management which allows MVNOs to create product catalogue and enable basic services like voice and data bundled with next-generation digital services like sponsored data, OTT partnerships supporting whole range of devices including the IoT enabled applications used by its subscribers.

“The deployment will enable the CSP to launch and support multiple MVNOs quickly resulting into rapid innovation, brand differentiation and faster acquisition of new customers,” said Nikhil Jain, Elitecore’s CEO.

“By allowing MVNOs to take control of billing and customer relationship, the solution helps the operators create new services and bundled promotional plans with real-time capabilities,” said Jain.

Col SanpachaiHuvanandana, CAT's acting president, said the MVNE platform would assist with IT back-up operations, enhance competitiveness and cut costs.

Elitecore’s future-ready platform would support next-generation services like IMS based charging, Wi-Fi, OTT, FTTX, etc., helping eliminate the need to deploy multiple solutions for future expansion.

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