The Alepo Blog
The digital transformation accelerated by the pandemic will continue through 2021. From 5G to IoB, a roundup of the telecom trends we expect to see.
With customer experience (CX) emerging as the key differentiator, artificial intelligence (AI) and CX automation facilitate operators to modernize their offerings.
5G standalone (SA) core is the end goal for all 5G operators, even early movers beginning their next-gen journey with 5G Non-Standalone (NSA). Here’s why.
There are two routes to 5G: Non-Standalone (NSA) and Standalone (SA) deployment. What’s the difference and which is best for you? A look at 5G SA vs 5G NSA.
NFV is all the hype in the industry, but what can it do for your network? Here’s a breakdown of everything from its benefits to its applications.
Compact Core, the industrialized solution enables enterprises of any size to leverage all the smart features of 5G over a private network.
AAA is pivotal in bridging devices to networks. We look at how it benefits telcos and its role in the 5G-IoT ecosystem.
Network slicing helps build multiple dedicated networks – technology that’s paving the way to 5G. Here’s what’s in store for automotive, IoT, smart cities, entertainment, and several other sectors.
Through our experience in virtualizing AAA, we’ve identified six common hurdles in deployment. Fortunately, we also have solutions.
Even as network usage patterns undergo a drastic change in these challenging times, there’s still ample opportunity for companies to evolve. Here’s how.
Customer experience (CX) remains the top differentiator for telcos to gain an edge, and omnichannel self-care is the key to a foolproof CX strategy.
A roundup of the biggest trends transforming telecom this year: 5G, IoT, AI. Learn how operators can seize these opportunities with next-gen digital BSS and 5G core solutions.
5G promises a transformational customer experience, and to fully monetize this transformation and derive maximum ROI, operators must have an effective digital BSS stack.
Modern partner management solutions let operators become digital ecosystem enablers, co-creating new services across industries. The best part: many advanced partnership models can be implemented even on LTE networks.
As mobile money evolves, operators must contend with complex and competitive ecosystems, increasing regulatory demands, and higher costs. Can blockchain help manage these challenges?
An e-piggy bank lets parents supervise as their children learn how to manage digital money and achieve savings goals. The unique add-on helps mobile wallet operators attract customers and keep money in the system.
To succeed, a mobile money business needs to encourage consumers to keep money in the system. This is measured by the digital circulation ratio. Learn how to improve it, and where blockchain can help.
As internet usage becomes a bandwidth-straining practice, a data monetization strategy remains an ideal solution for ISPs to retain and grow their customer base and earn higher data revenue while combating the threat of OTT.
With all the benefits of native WiFi calling, it’s easy to see why OTT apps are losing their stronghold on the WiFi calling market. The seamless handoff from cellular to WiFi call helps customers remain mobile, even when the calls begin.
The two types of technology are both constantly talked about, and often in relation with one another. WiFi offload and calling present the perfect opportunity to increase revenue, customer satisfaction, and quality of service in a highly competitive market with falling profits.
Increasing service offerings puts a lot of pressure on operators’ billing platform. The need to enhance the capabilities of the BSS system has become as significant as improving network capacity from time to time.
With a growing demand for smartphones and other data-hungry devices, a single centralized product catalog helps CSPs to seize revenue-generating opportunities and deliver an unparalleled QoE.
A digital BSS solution encompasses a wide spectrum of functionalities such as billing, rating and charging, customer experience, customer care, CRM, fulfilment, and revenue management
This year will be transformational for CSPs and it packs exciting avenues in form of B2B opportunities, OTT services and emerging technologies such as 5G and more.
The evolution of mobile technologies has led to an enlarged customer base with evolved demands. As technologies and consumers evolve, CSPs are relying on digital services for success and adapting accordingly.
Most casual users expect WiFi to be free, creating a dilemma for CSPs. But with a robust captive portal, there are many ways to deliver both an excellent customer experience and make money along the way.