How does it work?
Operators receive incoming NRTRDE files from the visited network (VPMN). The TD.35 formatted files are collected and decoded by the CapSettle NRTRDE engine, as well as being validated and checked for errors before being distributed to the NRTRDE database.
Here it can easily be imported as information in other systems such as a Fraud Management Systems or CapSettle Business Intelligence, for dynamic reporting and further analysis.
Generated xDRs are sent from mediation and collected by the CapSettle solution. Here, the files have to pass validation, error detection before being filtered by partner operator agreement.
The xDRs are processed and distributed to database tables. NRTRDE files are generated based on processed xDR information and follow the standardised NRTRDE format as defined by the GSMA.
NRTRDE files are generated in 15 minute intervals, minimising the notification time to the HPMN, about possible fraudulent activity.