Fully featured virtualized 4G EPC & 3G/2G core solutions

Quortus Core is a multi-standard fully-featured virtualized cellular core network solution which provides ultimate deployment flexibility for service providers and systems integrators. It incorporates open standard (3GPP compliant) functions which make up a full 4G LTE EPC, to provide a tightly integrated core network for any combination of mobile cellular standards. Because it supports a full set of flexibly configured EPC functions, it reduces costs and integration complexity, while offering configuration options that enable powerful new network features. As well as supporting a distributed ‘edge hosted’ architecture, Quortus Core scales to support large volumes users in MVNO deployments..

 

ECX Core provides all of the functions of a 4G EPC, as well as 3G and 2G (GSM) functionality

Billing, roaming, IoT and VoLTE

Quortus Core supports a comprehensive feature set suitable for regional MNO, MVNO / MVNE, and private cellular deployments. These include billing interfaces, MNO roaming interconnects, and power saving modes for IoT / M2M applications. The integrated IMS functions enable support for VoLTE or OTT VoIP & PTT services. In addition, SMS over 2G, 3G and 4G is supported.

Cloud Native

Quortus Core is deployable in all virtualized environments including VMs and NFV (network function virtualization) containers. Its highly efficient executable provides a cloud native footprint enabling rapid bring-up of containerized VNFs, allowing dynamic scaling of public, private and hybrid cloud hosted core networks.

Processor platform agnostic

Quortus Core runs on any x86, ARM or MIPS based hardware platform. From enterprise hosted single board computer appliances to cloud based server environments, ECX Core economically scales between a few private users and millions of users accessing globally roamed networks.

Software defined networking (SDN) architecture

Using its disaggregated network functions, Quortus Core employs control and user plane separation (CUPS) techniques to economically scale next generation carrier deployments aimed at applications such as Internet of Things (IOT). Vertical and horizontal network slicing is supported providing dynamic scalability and QoE control.

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