Alepo – a global provider of core network and IT software solutions for communications service providers, has announced that Bitflux, the winner of a national 2.3GHz spectrum licence in Nigeria, has selected Alepo’s convergent charging, billing, policy control and CRM solution to launch a major wholesale LTE network in Nigeria.
Alepo’s complete LTE solution will enable Bitflux to operate as a mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE), supporting multiple MVNO operations on a single hosted platform.
With Alepo’s LTE solution, Bitflux will be able to create, deliver and monetize new and innovative LTE data services and business models and compete in Nigeria’s burgeoning telecommunications marketplace.
“Alepo’s complete LTE solution will afford Bitflux an early market advantage that can drive market share,”said Biodun Omoniyi, Director at Bitflux Communications Ltd. “While Alepo is to provide end-to-end functionality to meet our needs, it is their proven experience in LTE deployments that gives us confidence in Alepo as a technology partner.”
Nigeria is one of the largest and fastest growing telecom markets in Africa. There is a high potential for LTE growth in Nigeria, giving Bitflux a tremendous opportunity to capture larger market share in the future.
“We are proud to support Bitflux to launch wholesale LTE network in Nigeria,” said Shivani Sardesai, Director for Africa region at Alepo. “As Bitflux looks forward to a smooth and fast-performing LTE network infrastructure, Alepo assures to deliver the most advanced BSS/OSS platform that gurantees rapid service monetization, quick time-to-market, and a sophisticated, more personalized customer experience.”