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International software company Summa Networks launches its new NextGen HSS solution

Spain, Madrid, February 15, 2016 – Summa Networks, a company which specializes uniquely in the development of state-of-the-art telecom products, launches a new NextGen Home Subscriber System solution, that offers operators scalable cloud deployable features based on open standards that speed up delivery of new services.

Following the latest trends of the telecommunications market like NFV or SDN, carriers are gradually moving to the Cloud. The need to allow a smooth transition from analogical to IP has inspired the founders of Summa Networks to develop their next generation Home Subscriber System. This software based HSS delivers significant feature and cost advantages over traditional products to both small and large service providers. Solution partner BroadForward, three-time GSMA nominee for Best Mobile Technology, provides the advanced Diameter routing and interworking technology incorporated in the NG HSS.

Javier Martin, CEO of Summa Networks explains: “Operators are facing the typical barriers of traditional HSS products. Summa provides an excellent alternative. Our combined HSS-HLR provides a cloud-ready solution that is suitable for service providers of all sizes. It delivers everything service providers need to scale and manage subscriber profiles across technologies in a cost-effective manner.”

Summa Networks’ NextGen HSS offers the most complete package of features, including:

  • LTE HSS, IMS HSS and HLR in a single piece of software
  • Technology based on carrier-grade open standard Jain-SLEE
  • Cloud deployable and NFV/SDN ready, multi-tenancy enabled
  • Software that evolves with the new industry standards and protocols

Summa Networks is a dedicated development company that focuses on research and delivery of state-of-the-art software telecom products. They rely on their technology partner BroadForward to integrate their solution on the operators’ side.

“The NG HSS delivers a solution that has a much better fit with the demands of modern networks. The solution we bring to the market with Summa is the accumulation of a highly scalable virtualized Next Generation subscriber management platform with the world’s best Diameter routing and interworking product.” says Taco Schoute, CEO of BroadForward.

Summa Networks will introduce its NextGen HSS at the Mobile World Congress, 22-25 February, in Barcelona, at its booth in the Spanish Pavillion in Congress Square, Stand CS60.

About Summa Networks

Summa Networks is uniquely specialized in the development of state-of-the-art telecom products based on best-of-breed development technologies and practices for fast and high-quality development to ensure carrier-grade performance. Summa Networks combines the expertise of software company Onevox Cloud Software and the 10 years of telco experience of Voiceworks. Our products can be seamlessly deployed in-house and in Cloud environments and are NFV-ready. As a result of this specialization, our Summa NextGen HSS overcomes the limitations of current HSS solutions such as high price, lack of flexibility, commercial transparency and low scalability. Summa Networks belongs to the Dutch holding Summa Group, which prides itself in the successes of companies such as the telecom provider Voiceworks and the software developer Summa Communications.

About BroadForward

BroadForward is the leading expert in Diameter routing and interworking for 3G, 4G/LTE, IMS, Fixed, Wi-Fi and M2M networks. BroadForward’s BFX Interface Gateway is the Next Generation signalling solution providing a unique combination of any-to-any protocol interworking, routing and GUI based services orchestration. BFX works across Diameter, RADIUS, SS7 and IT protocols.
BFX is hardware-agnostic and supports network virtualization and cloud deployment. BroadForward was founded by an internationally recognized team of mobile telecoms experts with a track record in building carrier-grade, revenue generating products and services for global mobile operators. BroadForward’s software development is entirely carried out in The Netherlands.

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