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Viva calls on Squire Technologies' Signalling Gateway solution for number portability service, delivering sustained, outstanding customer performance for over six years

July 15, 2014



Dorchester, UK (PRWEB UK) 15 July 2014

Squire Technologies, the signalling specialists to the telecoms industry, today announced that Viva, a leading mobile operator in the Dominican Republic and a subsidiary of Trilogy International Partners LLC, has deployed its Signalling Gateway solution, the SVI_SG to support number portability for SMS services with integrated signalling conversion.

As a leading mobile network operator, Viva has to support interconnection with other networks and enable number portability for its subscribers across its range of services. The SVI_SG solution performs translation between the MAP and IS41 signalling used in GSM and CDMA based networks respectively. This functionality means that messages can be successfully routed from any destination to any required end-point and that number portability can be fully implemented.

"The Squire Technologies' solution was first deployed in 2008. Since then, our network has grown and our traffic capacity has expanded. The solution has grown with us, delivering the complex functionality we need while providing outstanding performance," commented Jose Hernandez, Core Operations Manager at Viva. "It's right at the heart of our network and the performance levels enable us to provide the exceptional service that our customers expect."

"Number portability is a critical function of any mobile network. It must be implemented with a completely robust solution in order to ensure both regulatory compliance and customer satisfaction. We're proud that our platform has given flawless, sustained performance for six years and we are continuing to invest in its evolution," said Zacchary Couldrick, Sales Manager at Squire Technologies. "Any mobile network operator looking to consolidate its network assets while securing a clear migration path to an NGN core should consider the benefits of working with our team."

Please contact Squire Technologies for more details.

About the Squire Technologies SVI_SG / SVI_STP

The Squire Technologies' SVI_SG solution is a highly scalable, high throughput solution that can be deployed in legacy, NGN or hybrid environments, providing the flexibility to support any routing requirement. The SG capabilities enable translation between different protocols to be achieved in a single platform, dramatically reducing costs.

The SVI_SG can be combined with STP functionality, enabling efficient routing for all signalling traffic. The integrated solution allows mobile network operators to deploy a single platform both to resolve current challenges and as a foundation for future network migration. Additional functionality can be added using proven modules from the Squire Technologies' range to enable support for number portability, global title routing and more.

About Squire Technologies:

Squire Technologies is a leading global provider of NGN, TDM and IP telecommunications products and solutions with world-class installation and support services. Squire Technologies enables telecommunications companies who have previously been restricted to legacy SS7 and ISDN platforms to access VoIP and IMS networks, as well as providing signalling transfer points and protocol converters to further extend their customers' network reach.

About VIVA Dominican Republic

VIVA (Trilogy Dominicana, S.A.) is a private telecommunications company that was acquired by Trilogy International Partners in March 2007 and operates under the brand VIVA. The company provides wireless voice and data as well as broadband and origin and termination of international long-distance calls. Trilogy Dominicana is headquartered in Santo Domingo.

PR Contacts:

Squire Technologies:

Simon Dinnage

Business Development Director

marketing(at)squire-technologies(dot)com

+44 (0) 1305 757 314

Viva:

comunicaciones(at)viva.com(dot)do

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