IoT: Steering of Roaming - Cellusys

Cellusys IoT SoR incorporates an extensive rules engine, which when coupled with its advanced reporting and analytics capabilities ensures:
•    IoT devices are routed to the optimum network
•    The development and enforcement of policies to meet any operator or IoT device requirements.
•    Real-time visibility to all roaming conditions and activity
Standards: GSMA IR.73, 3GPP TS 29.272

Benefits for you, the mobile operator

  • Pioneering technology: with Cellusys, take a market-leading position in deployment of LTE roaming.
  • Flexibility to configure white and black lists: easily customise for particular requirements of IoT device segments.
  • Guaranteed Optimal Update Location (UL): success rate in preferred networks.
  • Easily diagnose IoT device issues: Simply enter IoT device id, and return a full history of messages from one central database.
  • Avoid revenue leakage: With our powerful tools, avoid revenue leakage from partner network obligations.
  • Intuitive system: clear view over the entire field of communications. Non-technical managers can also log in, and easily review reports.
  • Big Data technology: Cellusys systems use the latest Big Data technologies for near-realtime analytics in tracking patterns of usage and behaviours of IoT devices – which means reliable data sources for segmentation.
  • Meet targets on the basis of traffic: Route IoT devices on a profile criteria basis and achieve usage related targets more efficiently.

Constant connectivity is vital – and Quality of Service

Algorithms detect IoT devices in areas of no coverage/poor coverage on the preferred network. The system can take actions when these problem cases are detected, and move the device to a less preferred network temporarily to maintain connectivity and ensure highest possible QoS.

SS7 and Diameter features

Support for legacy SS7 based networks and next generation LTE/Diameter based networks — Cellusys IoT Steering of Roaming gives you full LTE integration, allowing steering across 2G / 3G (SS7/SigTran based networks) and 4G / LTE (EPC Diameter based networks). Rules are developed independent of the underlying protocol thus reducing the complex changes required to support IoT devices on different technologies.