AT&T is the largest telecommunications operator in the United States, with extensive interests in mobile, fixed-line, IP and broadcast networks. CDRlive was initially implemented at Cingular Wireless in 2005, and has grown through the company’s merger and acquisition process to a strategic EDW that at its peak supported the strategic initiative of a network in excess of 85 million subscribers.
Telstra is Australia's leading telecommunications and information services company, providing mobile services to some 10 million subscribers as well as offering a comprehensive range of fixed-line, data and Internet services. Telstra selected CDRlive in 2002 for a full enterprise roll-out, and today the site boasts being the origins of many CDRlive modules that were originally developed for this market-leading operator.
The MTN Group is a leading provider of communication services within the developing world, offering mobile network access and a comprehensive range of business solutions. MTN currently has more than 100 million subscribers across operations in 21 countries throughout Africa and the Middle East. MTN was LGR’s anchor Customer, and numerous MTN Group companies have utilized CDRlive for more than a decade.
The Vodafone Group is one of the largest mobile telecommunications network group in the world with more than 300 million Customers across 40 countries and 5 continents, and a market valuation of more than $100 billion. Vodafone is a relatively recent LGR Customer, but the CDRlive system is already making strides within a number of Vodafone group companies.
True Corp is a communication conglomerate in Thailand, and controls Thailand's largest fixed-line operator, largest cable TV provider (True Visions), largest ISP (True Internet) and third-largest mobile operator (True Move). In 2008, CDRlive was selected by True Corp as its EDW platform of choice for the full quad-play network, and is notable for being the world’s first telco rollout of Oracle Exadata (a full rack Oracle Database Machine).
Unitel is Angola’s largest telecommunications network, providing voice and data services to more than 5 million subscribers across the country. Founded in 2001, Unitel exemplifies a classic case of a rapidly growing network within a developing nation, having experienced year-on-year growth rates in excess of 100% over the last few years. CDRlive has been Unitel’s EDW of choice since 2003.
Mcel is Mozambique’s largest telecommunications network, providing voice and data services to more than 3.5 million subscribers across the country. As a newly privatized organization with a dominant 70% market share, Mcel uses CDRlive to support new opportunities in a country with low mobile penetration, as well as fight off competition from new operators entering this fast growing market.
Mascom is Botswana’s largest mobile telecommunications network, and in a country of just 1.8 million people, has over half of the total market with more than 1 million subscribers. CDRlive was introduced to Mascom through both companies’ close relationships with the MTN Group, and CDRlive has since delivered competitive advantage to this regional operator for more than 5 years.