In today's digital world, where staying connected is crucial and communication is highly valued, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) play a central role in shaping our interconnected lives. Yet, while subscribers enjoy the seamless flow of data, content and constant communication, Operators often face challenges with the integrations and the requirements when dealing with different Value-Added Services and their Providers that vary between security restrictions, subscribers’ data oversharing, requirements of features that make subscription to multiple services impossible.

In the past few years, inMobiles perfectionated an integrated Signaling Orchestrator that serves as the foundation for Carriers to construct their capabilities, and services, based on Camel Gateway, to facilitate visibility, monitoring, enforcement, management, reporting, and orchestration across all domains that enables them as well to strengthen their posture, simplify deployments, and streamline operations. Since then, it has been Orchestrating another upgrade of the platform’s critical components for the telecommunications infrastructure “Signaling Orchestrator 2.0”, that provides the ultimate solution to deal with 3rd parties services integration whether they’re new or previously deployed ones.

Elevating Mobile Network Operators to New Heights

Signaling Orchestrator 2.0 plays a vital role in ensuring interoperability between different networks and systems. It standardizes communication protocols, allowing MNOs to seamlessly integrate with third-party service providers, content platforms, and other telecommunications networks.

Value-added services often rely on a shared core network event, but some network standards limit sharing events across multiple services. This leads mobile operators to restrict users from subscribing to multiple services, resulting in revenue loss. InMobiles’ Signaling Orchestrator offers a solution by receiving and redistributing events to enable users to benefit from multiple services without limitations.

It supports a wide range of network protocols (MAP, CAP, SIP, DIAMETER, SMPP, HTTPS, WSS…) and is able to transcode between these protocols.

The same event (received call, SMS, SIM attach…) can be received from multiple nodes (MSC, SGSN, MME, IMS…)  based on the network that the user is attached to (2G/3G, LTE, VOLTE, 5G).

The Orchestrator is implemented to transcode these events and send them via a single protocol with third parties.


By acting as a gateway between the MNO's network and external systems, InMobiles Signaling Orchestrator enables MNOs to innovate and offer new services to their subscribers. It provides a platform for the deployment of Value-Added Services (VAS) such as mobile payments, content delivery, location-based services, and more, while still masking all the sensitive information, sending only the information required by the service, and also safeguarding the MNO's network from potential threats.

Few of its many other benefits include:

  • Unified Integration
  • Protocol Conversion
  • Message Transformation
  • Routing and Mediation
  • Monitoring and Management
  • SecurityScalability
  • Fault Tolerance
  • Cost Efficiency

Flexibility and Extensibility

The platform also helps MNOs manage and optimize network traffic effectively. It can prioritize certain types of traffic, apply traffic shaping policies, and enforce Quality of Service (QoS) parameters to ensure a consistent and reliable user experience for subscribers. For MNOs operating in multiple regions or countries, Signaling Orchestrator 2.0 facilitates seamless roaming services for subscribers. It handles the routing and processing of signaling messages between different networks, ensuring uninterrupted connectivity for roaming subscribers.

Forging a path forward in the quest for Connectivity

InMobiles Orchestrator supports active and passive services. Active services will define an action to be taken on each event whereas passive services just need to be triggered. A smart engine is used to trigger each service based on a priority defined by the operator. Actions like preventing calls to continue can also be used to prevent low-priority services from being triggered. The orchestrator also supports a VIP numbers list, where triggers related to these numbers won’t be shared with third-party services.

Prioritizing flexibility and convenience, inMobiles Signaling Orchestrator 2.0 role is indispensable in enabling MNOs to thrive in a competitive marketplace while meeting the evolving needs of subscribers and regulatory mandates, with its seamless interoperability, driving service innovation, efficient traffic management, fortified security measures, seamless roaming experience, and scalability,

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