Strategic Imperatives readies CPconnect for SoGEA
Staines upon Thames, 27 October 2020: Strategic Imperatives has today announced the addition of SoGEA provisioning capability to its market-leading unified provisioning gateway, CPconnect.
CPconnect is a single, easy to use and fully managed unified gateway, serving the UK’s leading networks, including Openreach, BT Wholesale, TalkTalk and Vodafone. Its managed multi-carrier broadband API gateway makes integration simple, reduces costs and expedites market-readiness by removing the complexities of managing multiple endpoints, gateways and access technologies. The inclusion of automated SoGEA (Single Order Generic Ethernet Access) provisioning will empower service providers to easily transition customers to the next generation connectivity solution, future-proof OTT service and standalone hybrid fibre line.
With the Openreach PSTN and ISDN switch off planned for 2025, service providers face a challenge to migrate an average of 50,000 customers per week to VoIP-based products. Since traditional connectivity methods and telephone lines will no longer be supported by this date, SoGEA provisioning is an important steppingstone for service providers to transition their customers to standalone broadband products without traditional line rental.
Strategic Imperatives’ MD, Wail Sabbagh commented: “SoGEA will undoubtedly shake-up the UK telecoms market as we continue to make progress towards fully digitised networks. With our unrivalled provisioning experience across multiple network operators and the addition of our SoGEA unified provisioning solution, CPconnect is ready to support service providers through this crucially important period of transition.”
CPconnect provisions a vast range of services, including SOGEA, FTTP, FTTC, MPF, WBC, WBMC and WLR. It is available from Strategic Imperatives as a single, unified high-level API, and is designed to address next generation needs, regardless of size or operational model. For further information on CPconnect please visit our website www.imperatives.co.uk