The Largest SUR Deployment in the World
As carriers adopt subscriber-oriented network and Policy Control and Charging solutions the User Data Repository (UDR) and Subscriber Profile Repository (SPR) become business critical components. A new breed of Subscriber Data Management (SDM) solution is required that provides predictable performance with reduced total cost of ownership.
Openwave Mobility Smart User Repository (SUR) is a high performance, scalable and reliable SDM solution built on the proven foundation of Openwave Mobility’s directory technology deployed in over 100 operator networks. SUR offers high speed, low latency user data access that helps carriers to reduce the complexity of subscriber data management for expanding services and applications.
Its flexible architecture and performance make Smart User Repository the perfect choice for subscriber data management implementations requiring 3GPP-based SPR or UDR components.
Openwave Mobility delivers the best in class user data repository solution, and commits to improve performance and reduce TCO with each major release. It invests in interoperability testing to ensure seamless integration and smooth execution of carrier subscriber data management strategies.
- Our largest deployment serves over 115 million subscribers with over 99.999% availability for the last five years.
- Tested for up to 500 million subscribers with less than one millisecond latency.
Unrivaled performance / TCO ratio
- Performs 80k reads and 25k writes per second on a single server.
- Committed R&D to achieve 2x factors in each major release (2x TCO reduction or 2x performance increase)
Designed for the next generation of Subscriber Data Management challenges
- Provides 3GPP notification mechanism to ease the distribution of data updates into the network.
- Supports on-the-fly data compression to minimize storage cost.
- Manages on-the-fly data encryption for increased security.
Key architectural points
- Decoupled architecture between write, read and notification functions to provide linear scaling for predictable expansion
- Unlimited horizontal redundancy for read operations
- Primary/secondary master architectures to reduce replication overload
- Standby/master or master/master for provisioning reliability