Djibouti Telecom upgrades fixed broadband services with Alepo

28 Apr 2015

Alepo, a provider of IT and network infrastructure software solutions for communications service providers, has secured a deal with Djibouti Telecom to upgrade the telco’s fixed broadband infrastructure to the latest version of the vendor’s Service Enabler (SE), which it describes as a complete carrier-grade BSS/OSS (business support systems/operation support system) framework. In a press release, Alepo said that the upgrade will help Djibouti Telecom to deliver more advanced and flexible data offers to its growing subscriber base, while achieving a significant reduction in OPEX. The company went on to say that with Alepo SE, Djibouti Telecom will be able to benefit from real-time capabilities, such as the ability to enforce bandwidth policies and to offer features like ‘bandwidth on demand’, while also allowing it to offer promotions, discounts and communications seamlessly via SMS and email, enhancing the telco’s capability to gain and retain subscribers.

Djibouti, Alepo, Djibouti Telecom