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Nitido Infrastructure Servers
Nitido has significant experience in helping companies create and maintain network services. In doing so, Nitido has had to manage boundary issues, resource management challenges and maintaining 24 X 7 uptime while changing consumer-facing services or integrating into operational systems. We understand how multi-million subscriber systems need to deal with things like mismatched concurrency expectations, rate limiting, authentication, transaction visibility, threshold limit management, connection pooling, load balancing and session management. Since many of these challenges are common to all network service providers, we have a number of infrastructure servers that will assist in managing these challenges.
Nitido Universal Address Book
A single network-resident address book will enable customer stickiness and facilitate consumer device upgrades. Nitido Universal Address Book enables subscriber access to a single source of contact information from a number of devices and applications (email, phone, PTT, collaboration.) Leveraging open standard protocols and strong authentication for secure access, Nitido Universal Address Book becomes the consumers' foundation for triple play service activation.
Nitido XML to Core Services Gateway
As network service providers open access to their core services via XML, eliminate the need to rewrite the access methods already in place using LDAP, SMS or CORBA for those core services. Nitido XML to Core Services Gateway provides a scalable, secure and resource efficient means to managing integration to the core. Advanced features such as request throttling, load balancing and large scale session management enable network service providers to have a single gateway instance.
Subscriber & Device Self Admin Server
As mobile devices become richer with advanced features like Push to Talk (PTT), there becomes a requirement to synchronize with the device the permitted uses and service activations with the provisioning system. Core services manage voice delivery while the Subscriber & Device Self Admin Server manages the provisioning of device capabilities such as contacts and group management. As a result, significant operational efficiencies are achieved.