- MATRIXX Software recently publicized performance results from its IBM Cloud for Telecommunications implementation.
- The average latency being 7.4 milliseconds across all operations, including network routing and gateways.
- A winning moment as 5G signifies about USD 667 billion opportunities by 2026.
MATRIXX Software performance results
MATRIXX Software, a leading cloud-native, 5G monetization solution provider, recently publicized performance results from its IBM Cloud for Telecommunications implementation.
With the rising need for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) to monetize their 5G investments, MATRIXX Software’s 5G CCS (Converged Charging System) achieved a new milestone. The new milestone is – 200 K transactions per second (TPS) across 100 million subscribers running on IBM Cloud for Telecommunications.
Its average latency is 7.4 milliseconds across all operations, including network routing and gateways. MATRIXX on IBM Cloud may allow CSPs to run essential network workloads in the cloud at similar or advanced performance levels as on-premises.
MATRIXX efficaciously delivered seamless scalability for an effective, flexible cloud-native charging solution, which further allows CSPs to test out newer ways of monetizing 5G workloads. This is a winning moment as 5G signifies about USD 667 billion opportunities by 2026 and impacts every industry.
To test and inspect new revenue streams, it is essential for CSPs to power their network transformation to manage augmented traffic from new devices and services.
Using a virtual blend of 4G and 5G traffic, MATRIXX utilized the IBM Cloud for Telecommunications, which is developed on Red Hat OpenShift, to offer more flexibility in harnessing data across cloud and on-premises environments.
The high-level performance by MATRIXX and IBM Cloud for Telecommunications could deliver reliable throughput and latency that helps providers run critical network workloads such as charging in the cloud.
This is the initial lab result since MATRIXX entered IBM’s partner ecosystem. Further, these results show the unified scalability of MATRIXX’s patented converged charging technology when blended with the IBM Cloud for Telecommunications.
In collaboration, the IBM’s Hybrid Cloud Build Team and MATRIXX have created a blueprint for best practices and configuration needs they could provide to CSPs to address their unique performance targets.
With innovations in business rule execution, data management, transaction processing, and data clustering, the cloud-native MATRIXX 5G CCS offers consistent throughput and latency within heterogeneous network environments. Thus, helping manage price plans across hundreds of millions of unique subscribers and devices.
More about MATRIXX and IBM Cloud
MATRIXX is a part of IBM’s partner ecosystem, collaborating on the IBM Cloud for Telecommunications. This is to help independent software vendors (ISVs), hardware partners, network equipment providers, software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers speed up the business revolution by revealing the power of 5G and edge.
The IBM Cloud for Telecommunications is a hybrid, open cloud architecture built on Red Hat OpenShift and IBM Cloud Satellite. Further, it allows consumers to deploy IBM Cloud services anywhere on the cloud, at the edge, or on-premises while following the industry’s security and regulatory requirements.
Marc Price, Chief Technology Officer at MATRIXX Software, commented: “As telcos deploy 5G network infrastructure, they are looking for validation of new revenue models that 5G enables.”
He further added, “We have collaborated with IBM to achieve industry-leading metrics on its IBM Cloud for Telecommunications, showcasing for CSPs how their 5G monetization strategies will be achievable as the number and diversity of connected devices increases exponentially.”
Steve Goetz, Vice President and amp; Senior Partner of Global Telecommunications, Media and amp; Entertainment Industry at IBM, commented: “As 5G transforms the telco industry, many operators face the challenge of managing growing volumes of data, voice, and multi-media services from millions of end users. The IBM Cloud for Telecommunications is designed to address these specific challenges and transform their networks into flexible platforms that can efficiently scale.”
Goetz also added: “As a leading Network and 5G Transformation partner, IBM Global Business Services is proud to support our ecosystem partner MATRIXX to help them achieve such a notable milestone. These results will accelerate business transformation and agility as customers modernize enterprise applications and infrastructure to unlock the power of 5G and edge.”