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Nexign (a part of ICS Holding LLC), a leading Business Support System (BSS) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider, today announced the successful migration of subscribers in all branch offices of the Russian mobile broadband services provider Yota to the Nexign Network Monetisation Suite – a versatile solution for real-time rating, charging and policy control across all network services.

Yota was the first operator to offer its customers communication bundles configurable to minutes and gigabytes, as well as differentiated payment for various types of traffic. Yota’s existing solution did not enable horizontal scaling. The company needed a scalable and flexible instrument for charging and policy control inside the network.

To increase effectiveness of its internal processes, Yota opted for Nexign Network Monetisation Suite, which included solutions like PCRF (Policy and Charging Rules Function), RCAF (RAN congestion awareness function) and UDR (User Data Repository).

As a result, Yota received future-proof

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A website migration is the process of moving the files of a website from one web hosting company to another. A migration can happen for many reasons:

1. You have expanded your website and need more web space;

2. You need more features (i.e. a database, shopping cart or multimedia file hosting);

3. You found a better deal on web site hosting;

4. Or a relative/friend/colleague has server space and has offered to host your website for little or nothing.

Regardless of the situation, doing a website migration is inevitable. It is like moving from one home to another. In this article, I am going to give you several tips to make the big move as smooth as possible.

Tip 1: Schedule the Migration.

Its best to schedule the migration when there are not as many web users visiting your website. Check your website traffic (or get your online marketing … Read More

Programming Language Migration Path

May 1, 2020 | programming | No Comments

While I was preparing some personal background information for a potential client, I was reviewing all the programming languages that I have had experience with. I list languages that I’m most experienced with on my resume. However, it occurred to me that if I was to list all the languages that I’ve worked with, then the client would become overwhelmed with the resume and just write me off as either a total bit head or looney toons. But as I reflected on all these different environments I realized how much fun I’ve had being involved with the software development industry, and that a lot of that fun has to do with the learning process. I think this is what makes a good programmer. Not just the ability to write code, or come up with a very creative application, but the ability to learn. Lets admit it! If a programmer doesn’t … Read More