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Independent Timing

Ensure your call timing is accurate

Be it for regulatory purposes or for your own peace of mind, the timing accuracy of CDRs is one of the most important areas of verification for telecommunication services. An incorrect start time can cause an incorrect selection of bundles or other time-based rating rules, and an incorrect duration obviously affects the final cost of the call.

BluGem's TÜV SÜD BABT approved timing system guarantees that we are within +/-100ms tolerance for test event timing parameters, enabling us to compare like for like against imported network records from multiple feeds.

  • TÜV SÜD BABT approved call timing
  • Import and compare from multiple feeds
  • Compare bill CDRs against switch records
  • Managed service or Sold system
  • Expert analysis of results
  • Reports produced for regulation approval

BluGem's import and reconciliation engine is capable of handling several CDR feeds from different mediation and billing points on your network. These CDRs are compared against the BluGem performed records and can also be compared against different platforms for end to end accuracy.  Typically rated CDRs will have gone through some form of rounding in comparison to the switch records and it is equally important to validate that these rules are correct to check from the 'switch to bill' timestamp.

Our test call generation system allows us to generate a wide range of test cases across our global distribution of connected BluGem devices, to ensure we test the full timing accuracy of network platforms.

  • Real devices making real calls
  • Global array of devices available
  • Verification of mediation rounding rules
  • Dedicated expert analyst

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