Orga Systems, a specialist in real-time charging and billing, announced today that the benchmarked results of its convergent policy management solution NGCP provide 'outstanding performance' and provide MNOs with the ability to successfully profit from increasing usage of data services.
According to Orga, performance benchmarks of NGCP prove that the system processes up to 12.000 diameter messages per second running on an entry level UNIX server (T5220) with one CPU. Showing an average latency of 8msec, benefiting from its multithreading parallel processing, NGCP supports most efficient hardware utilization resulting in a processor load of less than 60%. The CPU load scales almost linear with throughput and gives operators a reliable reserve for peak load periods, says Orga. With its highly efficient design, NGCP is said to cope easily with rising demands in policy control and advanced charging scenarios. Its modular architecture is compliant to the latest 3GPP specifications and gives MNOs a future-proof platform for market growth, says Orga.
Orga Systems unifies policy management, active mediation and charging control on one single platform, helping operators to manage complex subscriber profiles and charging rules for all services across all networks for pre and postpaid subscribers. Real-time charging and policy management allow for the control of bandwidth-hungry applications, while at the same time generating additional revenues with new individualized service offerings, says Orga.