Thailand’s AIS Deploys ZTE’s Universal Subscriber Profile Platform


ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet – has achieved the successful commercial use of USPP (Universal Subscriber Profile Platform) with AIS, Thailand’s largest mobile operator.

AIS’ 38 million subscribers were swapped from existing HLRs (Home Location Registers) to ZTE’s USPP solution. Implementation and subscribers migration has been done smoothly; the system has provided reliably services to customers until now.

USPP was fully vetted in a series of strict proof-of-concept tests conducted by AIS and ZTE before the solution was launched commercially. This included testing of overload protection capabilities with up to 9 times normal traffic, simulating a 30% packet loss in IP network transmission, repeated plugging, unplugging and switching of single board computers and hard disks, and other extreme environmental tests and verifications.

ZTE USPP simultaneously supports subscribers of GSM/UMTS/LTE networks, and smoothly achieves VoLTE and VoWiFi services. USPP, along with other ZTE solutions, have helped AIS succeed and thrive in the face of intense market completion in Thailand.

To date, ZTE’s USPP solution has been successfully deployed in 86 countries in partnership with 155 operators. Ultimately, ZTE aims to use USPP to build a globally leading full convergence subscriber data management (SDM) solution.