Provides stable service network platform to operators, third-party application providers, and individual or group application developers
ZTE has launched its Converged Service Network (CSN), which incorporates traditional SDP architecture and cloud computing features and enables an SDPaaS (SDP as a Service) offering.
The CSN is a new service network platform integrating mobile and fixed network infrastructure onto a basic platform that supports both Internet and Telecoms services, providing a flexible offering with efficient management and control features.
The company claimed that its CSN provides an efficient and stable service network platform to operators, third-party application providers, and individual or group application developers.
The new offering provides service integration and realises convergence of capabilities offered by different networks, and supports applications with manageable and chargeable service capabilities.
ZTE’s VAS software chief engineer Kong Dechun said that with a new service network as enabled by CSN, operators can support cooperation of developers and individuals, and enable service development and customisation by using simple, practical, and graphical development tools.
"Moreover, operators can easily manage service capabilities, deployment and operations of services, as well as development cycle management," Dechun said.