Primal Technologies announced today that the Primal Open Services Platform (OSP) is commercially deployed with Nemont Cellular, providing IN Prepaid together with Voicemail, SMS and MMS. Primal Technologies’ OSP allows wireless carriers to leverage all value-added applications on one system.
“Service providers are continually interested in seeing the most benefit on their capital investments. Along with many of Primal Technologies’ customers who have become references, we are pleased to be working with Nemont, where we have deployed a complete and comprehensive set of service features with carrier-grade reliability to meet the challenges in 2018 and beyond, “said Michael Conway, Vice President at Primal Technologies. “We also look forward to a continued relationship with Nemont for the many years to follow,” he continued.
The Open Services Platform (OSP) with its many applications can be connected to the SS7 network and 4G SIP networks simultaneously, or on a customer's or Primal's cloud. Once connected to the IP network, subscribers can update their accounts and profiles from anywhere in the world via the WWW and their credit card. The Primal OSP can be scaled to support 10,000 to 1 Million+ subscribers allowing wireless service bureaus and MVNOs to scale their solution.
To administer, control and monitor the OSP the service provider utilizes Primal Skylight. “Primal Skylight easily exceeds telecom expectations for a simple, highly-focused turnkey solution. Subscriber provisioning, customer service management, service administration, monitoring, alarming and reporting are all easily accessible for a broad range of services, including Advance Pay/Prepaid, CTS features, Promotions, SMSC, MMS and OTA. With Primal Skylight, Engineering, Customer Service, and Marketing can quickly access the data that is important to them,” said Parker Stagg, Senior Developer at Primal Technologies.
About Primal Technologies Inc.
Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, with an office in Hong Kong, Primal Technologies offers a broad and feature-rich portfolio broad and feature-rich portfolio of advanced services, including VNF applications, with a focus on making these services possible and profitable for wireless, landline and cable operators worldwide. All Primal products can be deployed on either a customer's private cloud, the public cloud (e.g. Amazon web services, other hosting provider) or on the Primal Technologies cloud with unprecedented scalability and ease of manageability.
Some of the customers in the Company's roster are: Appalachian Wireless, Atlantic Tele Network (ATN), various Cellular One affiliates, Belize Telemedia, Docomo Pacific, DTC Wireless, Flat Wireless, iWireless, MTS, NewCore Wireless, Pulse Mobile (GTA), and Nemont.
Nemont originates from the Northeastern Montana Telephone Cooperative Association organized in 1950, which changed its name in 1957 to Nemont Telephone Cooperative (Nemont). In 1994 Nemont acquired 21 exchanges from US West and then saw the need to provide cellular service in Northeast Montana. Sagebrush Cellular, Inc. was acquired in 1995, providing cellular service throughout most of the United States and part of Canada.