Openet’s products are built for 5G. They are designed to enable insight, monetisation and control of 5G services. Flexible policy and control, and monetisation rules can be applied across different services and network slices. They also support policy and charging in the core and also at the 5G network edge. This agility enables operators to monetise different features of the network (e.g. QoS, latency) and open up new opportunities such as B2B, IoT, smart cities and industry 4.0. This can help operators secure a central position in the 5G value chain.
WHY OPENET FOR 5G
As well as being 5G standards compliant, Openet products are cloud-native (available on public and private cloud). They are built on mirco services, use Kubernetes and SBA, and are proven to support DevOps in CI/CD (continuous integration / continuous development) environments. Openet also provide a data bridge between 4G and 5G to enable charging & policy on hybrid networks.
Best of Breed, Open Systems
Built to be part of Smart 5G core – with our partners.
Open up New Opportunities
Fast time to market – open up new vertical market possibilities.
Built for 5G Scale
Openet systems are built for high volume, real-time performance.
Manage 3G/4G/5G Hybrid Networks
Openet systems enable support for 3G /4G and 5G hybrid networks.
Using 5G to grow revenues from the enterprise market is key for many service providers. Network slicing enables service providers to provide virtual networks with their own characteristics such as latency and quality of service. A Capgemini survey of industrial businesses showed that 79% of enterprises would expect to pay a premium for guaranteed 5G quality of service. Openet’s policy and charging enables service providers to manage 5G QoS, provide enterprise service level agreements, and have different charging rules based on QoS delivered. This is just one example of the agility that 5G policy and charging needs to provide. The move to innovate and market specialist urLLC edge based use cases also needs to be enabled by 5G policy and charging. The systems must have the built-in fundamental design that permits them to be deployed on centralised or regional datacentres or cloud instances, whilst in the same deployment equally supporting completely integrated edge instantiations to support the latency requirements of 5G Edge.
Microservices and DevOps: Leading the world in charging innovation
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Helping Globe turn the Philippines into the digital capital of the world
Globe runs Openet’s Evolved Charging suite to monetise its data services. The Openet charging system went live in 2018 for mobile data services and home broadband was added in 2019.
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5G & the enterprise opportunity
This paper discusses network slicing, partner ecosystems, enterprise marketplaces and QoS based SLAs.