Boccaccio is a product suite for mobile network operator emphasizing pre- and postpay services. It addresses the needs of mobile virtual network operators as well as enablers.

The out of the box Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) and Enabler (MVNE) solutions make Boccaccio unique. Based on the modular and highly redundant system architecture single Boccaccio services can be offered and used by customer as well as business partner. High flexibility, scalability and robustness as well as short time to market and unmatched price confirm the market proposition.

RCS (Rich Communication Suite)

RCS is a new industry standard for a platform and operator independent way of communicating multimedia content such as text, audio, images and video.

Main Features

  • enhanced Phonebook with service capabilities and presence contact information
  • enhanced Messaging enables a large variety of messaging options including chat and messaging history
  • enriched call enables multimedia content sharing during a voice call. Bundling this feature with the two other features may help to increase uptake

Moreover the Boccaccio platform with its current feature set is a perfect base for supporting the transport of multimedia content according to Joyn the RCS enhanced standard.

Download: RCS C13N Service description white paper

Mobile Number Portability

All Boccaccio services are MNP aware, i.e. the MNP features are available “in-the-skin”. The MNP integration into the network, or with the local authorities are different from country to country, i.e. these interfaces will be customized during the project.

VoiceXML, service creation environment and SIP

With the support of VoiceXML 2.1, the Boccaccio voice portal platform is getting a new standardized interface for 3rd party IVR application development. The new IVR service creation environment allows an easy GUI based IVR call flow development, without the need of programming skills. The Boccaccio Voice Portal will be enriched by new SIP based protocol stacks, thus enhancing the existing SS7/ISUP, Q-SIG and ISDN protocol interfaces.