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Alepo Technologies Deploys MVNO Platform in Democratic Republic of Congo

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Alepo Technologies says that it has deployed its Partner and Affiliate Module for the management of MVNO partnerships within the Cielux network for its first MVNO Partner Fastnet.

Cielux first partnered with Alepo in 2009 to roll out a 4G networ in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the first of its kind in the country. The two companies have extended their partnership over the years, enabling Cielux to respond to emerging market trends. In 2012 Cielux began branding its Internet service under the name INET while upgrading their previous Alepo elements to the latest versions include Service Enabler 8.1, Alepo's 16e AAA Server, and PCRF Lite.

Continuing to evolve, Cielux/INET has now added a MNVO module, allowing them to use their core network as backhaul for a diverse profile of service providers.

"As the market for 4G services expand, it's crucial that we meet demand by expanding our market share in intelligent and cost-effective ways," stated Ashwini Kumar Gogoi, CEO, INET/Cielux. "Our continual partnership with Alepo has provided us with these tools, and our current project is no exception."

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