By upgrading its high-tech hub in Walpola to a completely modernized plant, the HUTCH, one of Sri Lanka’s fastest increasing mobile communications providers has strengthened its place on the market.
HUTCH has recently established its superior 4 G network in the Western and Eastern Provinces to reaffirm its technological advances and a national implementation is presently underway.
During this phase, HUTCH introduced Core Network (NFV), a technology-based on the first NFV (Network Virtualization) technology, which enables operators to switch away from their traditional hardware system to a more generic IT service.
This deployment will enable all specific systems tailored to telecom apps to work on a standard IT server, enabling fast deployment, flexibility and low upgrade capital costs that are crucial to the rapidly changing technological landscape.
In the field of post-paid and pre-paid billing schemes, HUTCH will also deploy one of the most sophisticated Converged Billing Systems (CVBS) in the globe. This provides flexibility to define a person and corporate user-specific packages based on their needs.
“Hutch’s commitment to offering its clients with the finest and most advanced facilities is demonstrated by the use of the most sophisticated key network and converged accounting systems in Sri Lanka.
“This is linked to the ongoing implementation of a nationwide 4 G network which will assist to deliver affordable broadband services across the nation.”