SEPP is located at the edge of the network, facilitating secure communication between inter-PLMN networks. Plays a pivotal role in enhancing the security and confidentiality of network communication.
Secure inter-PLMN communication
3GPP R16 compliant
SEPP is compliant to 3GPP release 16.
Micro-service based architecture
It is highly scalable as it follows microservice architecture.
SEPP authentication and authorization
SEPP uses TLS as a transport to securely exchange
messages between the SEPPs and ensures the
authenticity of remote peers.
Supports direct and indirect communication
SEPP can forward the inter-PLMN traffic to/ from SCP in indirect communication mode. SCP is meant for indirect communication which helps in routing and load balancing in the network.
SEPP supports a feature called telescopic FQDN, which hides the home network identity to visited network
SEPP supports message filtration at the interface level for all incoming traffic.
Enablers for observability
In-built Observability for visualization of SEPP data like KPis, events and logs for processing.
Various deployment modes catering to requirements of carrier networks.
Customer Use Cases