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HLR

(Home Location Register) See 2G/3G architecture.
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An HLR functions at the heart of a network and holds the record of all services a subscriber has purchased.
Apertio's real-time, subscriber-centric network directory server and portfolio of software based mobility applications, including the HSS and HLR, are being implemented by many of the world's largest and fastest growing service providers.
Combining the two HLR solutions on a single platform could reduce the total cost of ownership, allowing third-generation (3G) and EDGE technologies to be more affordable and more attuned to market demands.
HLR issued a statement yesterday saying that its board would "review the offer for Hollinger Inc.
In current GSM networks, all incoming calls have to be routed to an MSC, which then interrogates the HLR to locate the call recipient.
For femtocells, the Tatara Subscriber Gateway guarantees secure access at a number of levels, including: authenticating the femtocell access point as a trusted element of the mobile network (via PDG/PDIF IPSec tunnel authentication), authenticating the end user's mobile phone that is attached to the femtocell (via SIM/AKA authentication), and service-level authorization (via interaction with both an HLR and an IMS based HSS).
These new solutions and the Compaq WIN-enabled HLR now provide telecommunication providers with today's latest technology and with the flexible, scalable foundation to accommodate tomorrow's needs," said Larry Schwartz, vice president and general manager, Compaq Telecommunications.
DSC has already begun deliveries of its INfusion HLR to IDO, and installation is currently underway.
The LGIC-Stratus HLR solution is fully compatible with IS-41 C standards- compliant MSCs.
service, the HLR is deployed as an application of the INfusion SCP
The solution brings together a number of TECORE's latest product innovations, including its Linux-based SoftMSC(R) System, enhanced high-capacity/high availability HLR, integrated media gateways, integrated SIP proxy server, messaging, voicemail, and prepaid services.
The open database underpinning the Apertio One-HLR will also enable Tele2 to share HLR data with other network services, allowing greater flexibility in the development of new services, at a substantially lower cost and time-to-market.