What is Convergent Mediation
The role of mediation is changing. Driven by increased and varied data usage enabled by high speed networks, such as LTE, mediation has advanced significantly from when its purpose was to collect CDRs for billing. Mediation has evolved to collecting network and usage data across a wide range of networks to be used as the primary source of customer usage for business intelligence as well as support a wide range of OSS / BSS functions, including charging, billing and policy. Openet Convergent Mediation provides a single, enterprise-wide platform with the scalability and configurability necessary to address the billing mediation, network event processing and data collection challenges within fragmented and diverse operator networks. By deploying Convergent Mediation operators can consolidate their existing mediation platforms onto one future platform, ensure network data is harnessed by IT systems to deliver business insight and to deliver strategic solutions based on network usage monitoring and network analytics.
As Telecom Operator’s adoption of virtualization and distributed application architecture progresses, a higher degree of complexity is introduced to the manageability and operability of the virtualized application. Openet’s Mediation Virtualization System for Linux Environment (MVS-LE) is introduced to fulfill the requirement to simplify manageability of the Mediation Platform in a virtualized environment - Learn More