Quortus develops and delivers the industry’s leading virtualized mobile core solutions. Its highly flexible ‘cloud native’ core network products are used by the mobile industry’s leading operators – from established Tier 1s to new entrants leveraging new 5G-aligned technologies. The company has a reputation for innovation, enabling differentiated service offerings for cellular use cases such as MVNO/MVNEs, private LTE, government and IoT for industry and enterprises.
The company’s products support any cellular technology, with a particular focus on 4G LTE and the evolution to 5G. Its solutions align with any network architecture, running in the cloud, at the network edge, or centrally. They are proven on x86, ARM and MIPS CPUs, and many varieties of Linux, and are compatible with virtual machine and NFV container architectures. Quortus’ modular architecture supports control/user plane separation (CUPS) as required.
Quortus was at the forefront of the move towards edge computing architectures. It is a member of the ETSI MEC special interest group, and was recognized at the 2016 Edge Awards both for its contribution to R&D, and for its healthcare proof of concept (PoC).
Quortus’ activities in private LTE include active deployments in diverse and demanding applications such as offshore power generation, mining sites and manufacturing campuses. Quortus is a member of the CBRS Alliance.
The company provides a full turn-key solution for private network deployments. It allows enterprise end-users to own and manage their own private LTE deployment; it offers IT network integrators the expertise and software required to provide the LTE aspects of an overall enterprise solution; and for service providers offering private LTE as a service, (including MNOs) the comapny can pull together a complete build-operate-transfer offering.
Private networks powered by Quortus are both flexible and scalable. Its ECX sofware is designed to run on any hardware platform, including IT grade COTS servers. The company’s solutions are scalable and cost effective for connected-user counts of connected users. Quortus can provide a complete standalone private network; or integrate with a wider (public or private) network, with multi-site aggregation and sophisticated local/wide area traffic handling capabilities.
In the MVNO/MVNE space, Quortus supplies the core networking (EPC) technology to Telecom26, an innovative provider of global secure connectivity solutions. It recently announced a partnership with Openet to provide an end-to-end digital business platform which allows service providers to take a faster, cost effective approach to digital transformation.
Based on its flagship ECX Core product, the company’s solutions for MVNOs and MVNEs are scalable, facilitating a pay-as-you-grow commercial model. ECX Core can economically support applications with less than 10 users (or attached devices), up to millions of connections – ideal for IoT applications.
Quortus also provides tailored support for any MVNx business model: from a ‘lightweight’ subscriber management and roaming solution (HLR/HSS only), through to fully configured packet and CS voice and SMS gateway functionalities with billing, roaming and other O&M interfaces.
Advanced features include multiple IMSI support with IMSI steering, allowing customers to maximize revenue and reduce operating costs, while ensuring quality of customer experience. The ECX architecture lends itself to building in redundancy for high reliability. We can even provide a customized solution to your exact requirements.
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