Number Portability Server
Systor Trondheim is one of Europe’s leading suppliers of administrative solutions for Number Portability with installations in 4 different countries; Norway, Portugal, Luxembourg and Equador. Our products cover both Central Reference Database (CRDB) systems and mediation solutions between operators’ back systems and the CRDB.
Our "Number Portability White Paper" as well as product specifications for our Number Portability Server (NPS) and Number Portability Mediator (NPM) are available upon request.
Number Portability Partnerships
For business opportunities in emerging NP markets, Systor is always looking for local partners, preferably with prior relations in the local telecom market, that can provide the local helpdesk and support services, system housing and network services.
If your company is a strong player in your local market and wishes to enter into the Number Portability business in a simple and effective manner with a proven solution, please contact us for further information and talks on a possible joint venture or partnership.
We developed our Data Retention Solution “MnemoSys” for an incumbent Telco within EU. MnemoSys is delivered as a “black box” turn-key solution on a SaaS basis.
MnemoSys Data Retention Solution is fully compliant to the European Data Retention Directive 2006/24/EC and latest appropriate ETSI requirements:
- ETSI TS 102 656 (v1.2.1)
- ETSI TS 102 657 (v1.4.1)
For further information about MnemoSys please contact us.
Clearing House Server
Systor were in 2006 togheter with world leading electronic toll road charging specialist Q-Free awared the contract for the toll road collection system in Norway.
The contract includes full replacement of the central systems for electronic toll collection in Norway (AutoPASS), which will all be gathered in one single national system. From November 2007, all transactions generated by road traffic passing through the AutoPASS toll stations throughout the country are handled by this new system.
Systor have developed and is operateing the database system, including maintaince and surveillance, as well as the development of the WEB Customer Care system, including a financial transactions interface, for the end users of the system.
The operational system handles 1,2 million customers and 1 million transactions per day.