Telecom software development

We are an IT outsourcing company specializing in fintech, blockchain outsource software development and outstaff developers and tech consulting. For over 5 years we have been offering outsource software development services for solving problems in the field of telecom. We have a solid experience in software development for the telecom industry. We use a wide range of technologies, optimizing network design processes to provide end users with next generation digital services.
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The reasons for software development solutions for the telecom industry

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Unreliable data transmission.

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Poor quality of communication services for users.

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Long time of mobile development and implementation of new communication systems, products and services.

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High cost of infrastructure operations.

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Lack of transparency in management and instability of the telecommunications infrastructure; inability to prevent failures and equipment downtime;

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Depreciation of the technologies and infrastructure used.

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Lack of integrated security at facilities.

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Unreliable data transmission.

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Poor quality of communication services for users.

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Long time of mobile development and implementation of new communication systems, products and services.

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High cost of infrastructure operations.

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Lack of transparency in management and instability of the telecommunications infrastructure; inability to prevent failures and equipment downtime;

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Depreciation of the technologies and infrastructure used.

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Lack of integrated security at facilities.

Application of blockchain technologies in the telecom industry

Telecommunications is an incredibly complex industry that requires huge physical infrastructure, complex networks with many participants, complex billing systems, roaming agreements and other aspects. The implementation of blockchain technology may seem like a rather difficult step in this multi-level industry, but in fact, the implementation of a distributed ledger and smart contracts will help to significantly simplify all business processes of a telecom company.

In the telecommunications industry, blockchain can be applied in the following areas: digital identity, data management (storage of various documents, insurance, air tickets, etc.), roaming (exclude roaming fraud), 5G (selection of the fastest node for communication), Smart City (useful because of openness and transparency), mobile commerce, M2M and IoT (secure P2P connection for IoT devices to create a cost-effective and self-managing system), eHealth (secure storage of medical information in electronic form).

The role of the blockchain in the security of telecommunication networks boils down to the fact that distributed ledger technology safely and quickly stores exchange data and the results of cooperative activity of devices in the blockchain system. In the event of a hacked section of the network, this will not affect the functioning of the entire network in any way.

Telecom industry software development services

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Non-optimized internet traffic

Solution: traffic management system that is designed to work with mobile Internet and video. This solution improves browsing quality, increases download speed of videos and images, and enhances level of end-user loyalty.

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High capital and operating costs for the network operators to provide communication services in urban and rural conditions

Solution: innovative system based on beamforming technology transforms the wireless broadband market and provides end-to-end solutions including client equipment, network control systems, return transport, access and billing services. Excellent coverage and high throughput allows network operators to provide communication services in urban and rural environments, significantly reducing (over 50%) capital and operating costs.

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The need to protect high-speed communication channels between the office and the data processing center (DPC), as well as between the primary and backup data centers

Solution: a unique development of the  Boosty Labs company, which is based on the high-performance hardware platform and the specially optimized  software, provides protection of a communication channel. The solution is scalable to provide protection for higher-speed links.

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The need to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of transmitted data during the interaction of employees within corporate resources with access through an untrusted network (Internet)

Solution: remote access to protected information resources of an organization via the Internet using software clients for various operating systems and a personal security gateway.

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The need to protect interbranch interactions

Solution: protection of any network traffic when transmitted over untrusted communication channels. Wide product line in various form factors, performance scaling, intrusion detection system.

Telecom industry software development benefits from Boosty Labs

Fraud prevention and tracking of cost overruns 

A solution for telecom companies to manage roaming charges, that demonstrates the direct exchange of information through transactions that are immutable and executed on the basis of a consensus model using rules written in smart contracts.

Readiness for the future with 5G and edge computing

The open network based on hybrid cloud to create new value-added service offerings.

Changing the approach to customer interaction

Software development for telecommunications is driving a change in the way you interact with the customers, which  helps to create new revenue streams.

Changing the approach to network processes

Move from immediate network processes  to proactive and predictive one with Boosty Labs smart analytics tools.

Increasing business agility for telecom service providers

AI and automation tools help increase business agility and create a competitive advantage for communications service providers.

Digitalization trends in the telecom industry

The telecommunications industry, like many others, was shocked in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations and consumers have relied on carriers like never before. Company employees were sent to work from home, school and university students moved to distance learning, and many businesses had to find new ways to retain customers, including using IT to offer contactless service or take-away, all made possible by technology. networks.

What are the most visible current trends in the telecommunications market that will determine the direction of the industry in 2021 and beyond?

5G

Needless to say, 5G, one of the most visible trends in the telecom industry in recent years, is set to go even bigger in 2021. Telecommunications operators are already in a hurry to put into operation 5G networks, and device manufacturers – all new models supporting this standard.

Giant T-Mobile, bolstered by the Sprint acquisition, is set to offer full 5G coverage in the US by the end of next year, pushing both rivals AT&T and Verizon to keep up with the leader. AT&T announced in September that it was developing and testing an autonomous 5G backbone, and Verizon announced in October that it plans to introduce 5G communications services in 2021.

Peripheral Computing

Like 5G, smart network edge technologies are about to reach a tipping point. This promising trend has been further accelerated in 2020, as the pandemic dramatically reshaped the demands on networks as companies had to do business in a new way.

In 2021, new business models will accelerate the real implementation of EDGE principles, Forrester said. Artificial intelligence will not only work in the data center – it will be needed at the edge of the network, and the emergence of private 5G networks for important new applications, such as remote monitoring and compliance with safe distancing, will drive this trend in the coming year. Forrester predicts public cloud spending will slow down in 2021, giving way to edge technology spending as organizations increasingly require on-premises processing and storage.

IoT

The Internet of Things, which has already been seen as one of the most significant trends in the telecommunication industry, took a head start in 2020.

IoT means networking all kinds of devices, sensors, etc. with the ability to exchange data and feedback. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies around the world to get creative. From makeshift hospitals in car parks to contactless delivery and on-street pickup at retailers and restaurants, new connectivity was required to keep entire industries going.

Demand for new IoT applications will remain strong in 2021 due to  healthcare, smart offices, remote asset monitoring and LBS services, as some employees want to return to the office with security measures in place.

Rapid development of networks

In light of the proliferation of IoT and the continuation of telecommuting and learning, so too are the requirements for network capability and coverage. Communication service providers such as AT&T and Comcast are steadily building on their existing infrastructure, expanding their fiber networks to reach more corporate and retail customers.

Needless to say, the largest telecom operators around the world will actively develop the 5G direction to stay ahead of the competition.

From SD-WAN to SASE

Service providers are strengthening their core telecommunications and networking services business like never before and relying more and more on SD-WAN to provide intelligent routing and application-specific traffic management. The SD-WAN market is becoming more mature and security issues are coming to the fore.

The transition from standalone SD-WAN to secure access services at the smart network edge (SASE) is already underway. A new approach that combines SD-WAN and security will be defining the evolution of corporate networks in 2021, as companies increasingly operate in a distributed, hybrid environment, where employees can be located not only at home, but also be scattered around the world. The Dell'Oro Group predicts that the SASE market will grow at a CAGR of 116% over the next five years.