Computaris announces the successful delivery of a lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) broker solution to a major US mobile operator.

The operator was facing significant delays in subscriber provisioning during the introduction of long term evolution (LTE) service. The solution developed by Computaris as part of an outsourcing engagement has reduced the response time for provisioning with up to 50%.

In order to reduce the waiting time caused by network latency and to increase the overall number of transactions per second (TPS) at subscriber provisioning, location based routing (LBR) served as a gateway between the provisioning and subscriber database servers, introducing parallelism in the execution of LDAP requests in the same provisioning transaction.

The Computaris team managed all the phases of the LBR project, from the design of the solution architecture to the telecom software development and implementation stages, including performance testing in real-life traffic testing scenarios. LBR also provides client and server overload handling, load control for the subscriber database, failure handling mechanisms and performance management.

“Following a year of excellent collaboration while having our consultants at our partner’s site, the operator has entrusted our offshore development team with a series of major outsourced projects. Among them, the LBR project was a highly sensitive one, with impact on major areas of the operator’s business. The Computaris team has worked onsite and offsite, remotely from our offices in Romania, accessing US servers for complete testing and integration, and we are very happy to have successfully delivered the project in due time”, said Bogdan Danila, Computaris CTO.