YateUCN is a unified core network server intended for new GSM/LTE networks or for extending existing GSM networks.
YateUCN replaces the typical MSC/VLR/SGSN/GGSN from the GSM core network and the SAE/VoLTE layers from the 4G network.
The unified core network solution is based on replacing the bases station subsystem with YateBTS (GSM) and the eNodeB with YateENB (LTE). YateUCN communicates with YateBTS/YateENB using the SIP/S1AP/GTP protocols, instead of the more costly SS7 MAP-A interface (BSSAP protocol). This leads to a higher return on investment without affecting the reliability of the network or the provided services.
Many areas in the world are not covered by a cellular network due to the cost of existing circuit-switched network technology. YateUCN brings a new solution for deploying GSM/LTE networks at a lower cost.
Features and Benefits
Simplifies the network architecture. Allows small carriers to deploy 4G networks because it significantly lowers the initial investment. Allows for scaling as you go. You can add more servers or separate the functionality as more users adopt your service. Increases network resiliency. In case of equipment failure you can easily configure another server to take up the functions of the fault node. SIP protocol establishes connection between YateUCN and YateBTS. YateBTS does not require a BSC to establish, release, and maintain connection. Has low idle traffic, which allows using transport technologies like satellite.
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