Expeditious xDR Repository Solution Promoted by SQream for Telecoms

By CIOReview | Tuesday, March 8, 2016
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FREMONT, CA: Telecoms need to store information such as IP traffic data, location data, and Call Detail Records (CDRs) to achieve monetary value in real-time. SQream Technologies, a software vendor and provider of Big Data analytics for boosting analytics performance via massive parallel computing and utilizing GPUs, recently promoted its flagship product xDR repository, a small standard 2U server at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016 held in Barcelona offering in-speed and high volume solution for telecommunication networks.

Following the first product SQream DB, the company launched xDR Repository, the SQL database platform as part of their high-performing database solutions in October 2014, particularly for Telecommunications sectors.

Eliminating the need for Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) cubes, SQream’s powerful engine rapidly generates actionable insights on months and even years of data. Telecoms are now able to relish the advantages of a high-speed Graphic Processing Unit (GPU)-based columnar database—exhibiting enormous scalability capabilities—leveraging high-capacity NAS dataset management storage system with transparent CDR-specific and high ratio capabilities of xDR Repository.

Engineers, marketers, and data scientists achieve massive data value via one single solution—xDR Repository, they can store it and analyze it in real-time. “We have developed the world’s fastest database, one that can handle huge data sets. Companies such as Oracle, IBM, and Microsoft need to use a room full of servers to do what we can do with one small standard 2U server,” said Ami Gal, CEO and Co-Founder, SQream Technologies.

Service providers can deliver a better digital experience to their customers in real-time for the massive amounts of data analyzed through xDR Repository. Apart from billing cycles, xDR Repository also addresses the challenges related to Telecom network event handling, and cyber and anomaly analysis