August 16, 2017

From SS7 to 4G/LTE for Mobile Network Providers


SS7 is responsibe for the trusted hand-off of a mobile call or text from one carrier to another when such communications extend beyond the primary carriers' network to complete the call. 

For the last several decades, Mobile Network Providers (MNPs) and hundreds of carriers from around the world have relied on SS7 signaling networks to govern, route and transfer 2G and 3G calls between themselves.  Continue Reading...






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