Travelping has the experience and know-how to help you launch successful services for your customers. Since 2004, we have been developing telecommunication solutions for networks of all sizes. We designed, implemented and deployed public WiFi networks, novel machine-to-machine (M2M) core networks, carrier-grade 3G/4G offload solutions, and large-scale AAA applications.
We don’t believe that one service fits all because each customer has a unique set of requirements and targets. Our services support you throughout the project phases from whiteboard design to successful launch.
We typically start each project with a workshop specifically adapted to your unique requirements and deliver the results you are asking for.
The process to get started is simple: We arrange a phone interview with you to collect your specific questions about your particular project. A few days later you will receive a workshop concept adapted to your needs. The workshop will take place either on-site or at our premises, whichever suits you best. A maximum number of 5-8 people is recommended. We answer your questions and collaboratively develop a plan, a system architecture or a new service offering. Well-proven blueprints and processes will help us to get a well understood and focused result. After the workshop we will review the results and deliver a written report.
The end result is a firm project foundation that translates your objectives into well-defined work packages. We will assist you to communicate concretely with all your stakeholders, customers and suppliers and understand the network- and service-provider business from beginning to end.
Development can only start once we understand your requirements and match them with our products and capabilities. Telecommunication networks have huge potential and each project adapts generic products to each customer’s unique requirements and architectural design considerations. By working closely together we are able to focus on the business goals by leveraging and customizing existing systems and, where necessary, developing new components.
For example, we have world-class expertise in RADIUS and Diameter which are at the heart of any WiFi deployment. We know where the bottlenecks are in large-scale networks and know how to address them ensuring that the end result is scalable and fault-tolerant. Details like low-level packet forwarding are addressed by applying our expertise in using Intel’s Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) ensuring you will get the highest possible throughput.
Softwarized networks present a challenge for service providers and network operators alike. The shift to a unified packet-based core network virtualized infrastructure is slow and complex.
This exposes projects which aim to implement the newest network technologies to novel problems which delay time-to-market and can lead to project failure. Our team of experts has been at the forefront of network softwarization helping customers to implement solutions for their particular scope and needs.
If you’re looking into network virtualization and need expert advice, leverage our know-how and kick-start your project in no time. We are happy to discuss your specific requirements and always strive to provide the best customer experience possible.
Telecommunication projects bring together many partners, each operating in different segments of the market. Therefore, an important aspect for any successful project is proper understanding by all partners of the respective responsibilities, especially in this new context. Travelping offers a training program, held in the early planning stages of a project to ensure that a good common foundation is in place before any serious work can start:
- Network virtualization and softwarization for your needs
- The changing telecommunication ecosystem
- Demarcation points and responsibilities
- Interface definition between partners within the project
- Positioning of each partner’s products in this new context
- A draft project plan which can be further refined during the planning phase
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