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GO Malta uses SmartNodes with the Patton Cloud to deliver SIP Trunks Securely and Efficiently with Low CAPEX

Go Malta uses SmartNodes in conjunction with the Patton Cloud to deliver SIP Trunking with unrivaled cost, efficiency, quality, reliability, manageability and security.

Synopsis
When GO Malta was looking to deploy a new SIP Trunk Service they needed to ensure QoS across the access network and Service Demarcation at customer premises, which included Converged Security using TLS encryption. And they wanted a solution that was efficient in terms of provisioning, service-turn up, quality and service management.

The Picture
Even with the core system being All-IP, customers of GO are not forced to switch. Instead, a Patton SmartNode is being deployed on premise, which is acting as a VoIP Gateway, integrating legacy equipment in to GO`s telephony service. For All-IP Customers, GO is delivering an eSBC, acting as the service demarcation point which is essential when going over the top (OTT)

The Success
  • GO’s competitive examination included rigorous testing for interoperability and OA&M.
  • GO selected the Patton SmartNode in a competitive RFP process, because it offered the best overall value.
  • The SmartNode pricing was attractive because the platforms delivered eSBC functionality with BRI/PRI and All-IP SIP hardware.
  • Flexible Cloud-based license-management models served the full spectrum of subscriber needs.
  • Integrated with both Broadsoft (now Cisco) Broadworks and the Patton-Cloud enabled Auto provisioning that leveraged the Broadworks Device Management.
  • The plasticity of the embedded software, together with the Patton-Cloud made Patton’s solution the most adaptable.
  • Patton enabled GO to offer standard services that could be automatically cloud-adapted to fit various subscriber needs.
  • GO was able to greatly reduce CAPEX and scale OPEX to the subscriber uptake.
  • The Patton solution offered superior security and data protection satisfying EU GDPR regulations.
  • After, selection, GO Malta deployed the SmartNodes together with the Cloud and utilized a substantial compliment of Patton Cloud Services as a Centralized Management Platform including OA&M, License Management, Remote Device Management, Edge Orchestration (Service Management) and Monitoring.
  • The Patton Cloud decreases costs and improves provider profitability by providing a centralized interface to manage, monitor, secure, alert, troubleshoot, analyze, transform, re-purpose and optimize services by leveraging a SmartNode installed on the Customer Premise.
  • Patton is proud to be selected by a high-profile and quality Service Providers like GO Malta and happy to help achieve unrivaled customer satisfaction.

The Story

GO PLC is one of Malta's leading network operators and communications providers. They were the first quad-play provider in Malta offering mobile, fixed line, internet and TV services to more than 500,000 customers. GO delivers unrivalled services to the Maltese business community, including Cloud Services, roaming hub services, data networking solutions, business IP services, managed and co-location facilities.

GO operates their own fiber infrastructure and they are the first and only Maltese operator to have direct access to three undersea cables which link the island to the Internet. This means they can deliver subscribers with fixed broadband service with speeds of up to 200Mbps. They are also the only Maltese operator with a fully integrated fixed and mobile network and so they are able to provide integrated and seamless experience to their customers.

When GO Malta was looking to deploy a new SIP Trunk Service using their Broadsoft and Ericsson platforms, they knew well the service needed to ensure QoS in the access network. They needed Service Demarcation at customer premises, which included Converged Security using TLS encryption. And they wanted a solution that was efficient in terms of provisioning, service-turn up, quality and service management.

GO engaged in competitive examination included rigorous product testing in their network for interoperability and OA&M as well as a commercial RFP process. GO selected the Patton SmartNode because it offered the best overall value. The SmartNode offered good pricing on platforms that delivered eSBC functionality with BRI/PRI and All-IP SIP hardware together with flexible Cloud-based license management models that served the full spectrum of subscriber needs.

Integrated with both Broadsoft (now Cisco) Broadworks and the Patton-Cloud enabled Auto provisioning that leveraged the Broadworks Device Management as well as PacketSmart quality monitoring together with Patton’s license-management and service management components of the Cloud.

Testing with the SmartNode went off very quickly and the plasticity of the embedded software, together with the Patton-Cloud made Patton’s solution the most adaptable, enabling GO to offer standard services that could be easily tweak’d to fit various subscriber integrations. They were also able to greatly reduce CAPEX and scale OPEX to the subscriber uptake. The Patton solution also offered superior security and data protection satisfying EU GDPR regulations.

After, selection, GO Malta deployed the SmartNodes together with the Cloud and utilized a substantial compliment of Patton Cloud Services as a Centralized Management Platform including OA&M, License Management, Remote Device Management, Edge Orchestration (Service Management) and Monitoring.




 
 
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