Converged Subscriber Data Management Solution
Solution Brief Overview
Alepo’s SDM manages subscriber identities, service configurations, service subscriptions, and mobile access authentication to authorize services. It supports public, private, and hybrid deployments. The best-of-breed stack is vendor-agnostic and employs open standards.
Download the solution brief to know how Alepo’s cloud-native SDM provides a converged repository to manage both 4G and 5G subscriptions, facilitating an easy and swift transition to 5G.
Get an overview of Alepo’s SDM
The centralized and scalable subscriber data repository enables operators to enhance an existing 4G core while supporting 5G, scaling from low footprint to high-performance deployment depending on demand for TPS. The framework lets them introduce advanced services such as 5G slicing, enterprise IoT, and more.
See what sets Alepo’s SDM apart
The solution enables collaborations with third-party service providers to introduce high-value 5G use cases, including support for enterprise, private, and public or macro 5G. It provides a host of business and technical elements that benefit operators, such as geo-redundancy and multi-site deployment support, open RESTful APIs, integration with legacy network functions, and much more.
Learn more about the solution components and architecture
Alepo’s solution comprises Authentication Function (AUSF), Unified Data Management (UDM), Unified Data Repository (UDR), Unstructured Data Storage Function (UDSF), SDM Element Management System (EMS), web-based agent and Enterprise Self-Service (ESS) portals, and more.
Understand the benefits of the solution
Alepo’s solution is the ideal choice for any network, letting operators leverage new partnership opportunities, reduce time-to-market (TTM) of new offerings, reduce CAPEX and OPEX, and unlock new revenue streams.
Gain detailed insights into the features of the solution
Alepo’s solution includes modern and advanced features such as microservice-based architecture, cloud-native architecture, 4G+5G interworking, UE and service authentication, web-based configurations, and much more. Understand the technical specifics of each of these features and how they facilitate a smooth next-gen transition.