Alepo WiFi Calling (VoWiFi) Solution

Solution Brief Overview

Alepo’s WiFi Calling Solution, or Voice over WiFi (VoWiFi), enables mobile network operators (MNOs) to let users to make and receive calls and send text messages over a WiFi network instead of a traditional mobile network. It lets MNOs protect their core business by introducing innovative carrier-class services. Operators can deploy the solution without investing in their own WiFi network infrastructure, instead leveraging public WiFi hotspots and/or home WiFi. This solution brief explains how Alepo’s WiFi Calling helps operators expand network coverage, compete with OTT players, ensure seamless handoff between networks, and more.

Key Takeaways

Understand how VoWiFi works and the benefits it provides to operators
Introducing innovative carrier-class WiFi services such as WiFi calling helps seize your network’s full monetization potential. Subscribers with compatible devices can easily access the service, switching it on and off when they want.

Discover the benefits of Alepo’s WiFi Calling
The end-to-end solution enables record scalability, is 3GPP-compliant, enables WiFi calls over trusted and untrusted networks, and much more.

Get to know about the solution components
The solution includes Alepo’s industry-leading AAA, which enables a host of key security functions for the service. It also includes ePDG, entitlement server, and more.

Learn the advantages of deploying with Alepo
Alepo has several years or expertise in deploying WiFi solutions for leading global carriers. Among the solution USPs is vendor neutrality, modular and flexible architecture, rapid and cost-effective deployment, ongoing 24x7x365 technical support, and more.

Get an overview of the use cases it enables
The solution supports WiFi calling across different networks, including trusted and untrusted partner and public WiFi networks. Understand how each one works, the operator’s role, and the end user experience in each case.

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