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Totogi reached Platinum Certification in a record time of four months since it certified its first TM Forum Open API in June 2021, and it becomes only the second company to achieve Platinum Certification for conforming to 20 or more Open APIs.

This quarterly update of the 5G-aliser featured news about MWC21 and TelcoDR’s $100mn investment in Totogi. 

Totogi has purpose-built its charging and BSS systems specifically for the public cloud, meaning they can be accessed via the web without the need to install anything on-prem

Public cloud telco software launches charging engine to achieve what it says is the world’s best performance benchmark of one million transactions per second with usage-based pricing with free tier option for CSPs

Public cloud advocate Danielle Royston fleshed out details of Totogi’s initial product portfolio as the start-up officially launched at MWC21, hot on the heels of her $100 million investment in the company tipped to revolutionise the way operators interact with customers.

“I’m always torn about which to talk about – technology or business. I love them both… Totogi’s AI engines have some of the most exciting technology in – they also have some of the biggest business impact.“

A key telco cloud deployment for Verizon, new products from Qualcomm and a 5G cloud in Italy lead the way in today’s news roundup.

Totogi, the company focused on building telco software for the public cloud, is announcing the launch of Totogi Charging System, the webscale real-time charging and plan design engines for telcos.

Totogi, the company focused on building telco software for the public cloud, is announcing the launch of Totogi Charging System, the webscale real-time charging and plan design engines for telcos.

“I’m always torn about which to talk about – technology or business. I love them both… Totogi’s AI engines have some of the most exciting technology in – they also have some of the biggest business impact.“

“Charging engines are the heart of monetization, but you need to design pricing plans (“tariffs”) for subscribers to choose from. Enter Plan Design.”

“One of my favorite examples that I use with telco execs as I talk about the difference between being network-focused and customer-focused is around DIGITAL IDENTITY.”

If you are the CEO of an MVNO or MNO with fewer than 2 million subscribers, I have good news for you: you should buy Totogi immediately!

Typically, when a startup like Totogi launches and it has such dramatically superior tech, the incumbents try to freeze the market by spreading FUD – Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt.

Summary: Cloud-native apps like Totogi should be better and cheaper than your legacy vendors. Move to public cloud-native, save tons of money and spend it on new areas that delight your customers.

“Simply put: the key to Totogi’s amazing performance is the public cloud.

“Charging engines are at the core of telco and can be HUGE levers to improve CSP performance.

“Why so much, so soon? Here are 3 good reasons: to stay product-driven, show commitment to the industry, and hire great people.

Danielle Royston raised eyebrows by purchasing the huge space Ericsson vacated for Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this summer, and now she’s making news with her $100 million investment in Totogi.

DR explains that TelcoDR is investing in Totogi because it enables operators to dramatically grow revenue, thanks to a vastly improved subscriber experience.

Watch DR’s MWC21 Themed Week webinar about the massive opportunity available for carriers if they can change from being network-centric to being customer-centric.

March 9, 2021

In this DSP World Leaders Forum segment, TelcoDR CEO and Founder gives a sneak peek about Totogi and our big ideas!

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