Wind Telecom, a service provider in the Dominican Republic, says it is modernizing its GPON network infrastructure for its FTTH and FTTO services by implementing digital transformation company Alepo’s AAA (authentication, authorization, accounting) solution.
The solution will be deployed in the public cloud; this means Wind Telecom will not need to manage any infrastructure.
With steadily increasing demand for high-quality internet services, Wind Telecom decided to support its growing subscriber base by modernizing its network. Deployed in partnership with local system integration expert Ledefyl, the AAA server will, says Alepo, eliminate manual configurations that were required by the legacy system, minimizing errors through process automation. Alepo adds that the new platform will enhance security and boost user experience for the operator’s staff as well as for its customers.
The AAA solution will enable the operator to manage dynamic protocol policies based on customer needs. Wind Telecom will be able to send messages and windows to customers when they are browsing as well as general notifications upon request.
Alepo’s solution employs a modular, open, and virtualized architecture that, it says, will ensure low-risk rapid implementation. As it does away with physical infrastructure through public cloud deployment, the solution will also keep operational costs low.
The vendor-agnostic AAA solution will integrate with Wind Telecom’s existing CRM and network infrastructure. Its initial capacity is for 25,000 simultaneous subscribers, but it will be able to seamlessly scale as traffic grows over the next several years.