Our Business

Infrastructure Provider

MGI is also into provision of network design, construction and maintenance services for fiber optics backbone and Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) broadband services.

The telecommunications industry comprised of many types of companies at different levels within the industry, all making products and/or providing a service to supply local and long distance telephone service, internet service, and new technologies (including VoIP, CATV, HDTV, and security) to the end users (residential, business, and institutional).

A large portion of the telecommunications industry is comprised of equipment manufacturers (switch, router, and network component companies) producing products that make and/or route connections from point-to-point via a central office location. Whether these products are used in networks supporting wired or wireless applications, the ultimate goal for equipment manufacturers is to produce an efficient, cost effective, and reliable product to support network service providers.

Solution providers is another level of the telecommunications industry which is large in size. In this segment, companies source, develop, and implement the network infrastructure that ‘service providers’ will use to supply communication connections to the end users. As a segue between component manufacturers and service providers, solutions providers greatly influence network structures, protocols, and the successful implementation of emerging technologies.

The other large segment of the telecommunications industry is service providers. This market is focused on providing communications, in one form or other, to the end users. For most people, this segment is viewed as the face of the industry, delivering the final product/service that the equipment manufacturers and solutions providers support. The most common applications for this segment are premises networks, LAN (local area networks), WAN (wide area networks), and wireless networks.

MGI’s offerings are that of connectivity at multiple levels of the telecommunications industry ranging from standard cable assemblies and loopbacks for the equipment manufacturing segment to optical drop cables to support service provider networks.

Digital Services Provider

MGI positions itself as a digital service provider (DSP). A DSP applies the principles of Internet service delivery, meaning its delivery architecture is integrated, seamless, intelligent, automated, simple and in real time. A DSP provides digital services through an ecosystem where consumers interact online and across devices.

The first challenge to become a digital service provider involves a change in the mindset and culture; we need to view ourselves not as a communication service provider but as a genuine digital competitor. We need to shift away from serving as a channel for MNO and move towards creating a platform, and the way for us to capitalize on the opportunities in the digital services domain and its associated revenue is to build our business as a digital service provider.

To become a DSP, MGI needs to build or own a comprehensive platform to support its ambition to become a full-blown premiere DSP with two main differentiators:

  • An advanced set of service offerings that will disrupt and shock the market landscape with products that are currently not offered by other players
  • A technology superiority and scalability that will give protection and support for future growth.

The company is designed to fulfil current and future digital business functionality that offers more flexible, configurable and expandable to cater for future.

Infrastructure Provider

MGI is also into provision of network design, construction and maintenance services for fiber optics backbone and Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) broadband services.

The telecommunications industry comprised of many types of companies at different levels within the industry, all making products and/or providing a service to supply local and long distance telephone service, internet service, and new technologies (including VoIP, CATV, HDTV, and security) to the end users (residential, business, and institutional).

A large portion of the telecommunications industry is comprised of equipment manufacturers (switch, router, and network component companies) producing products that make and/or route connections from point-to-point via a central office location. Whether these products are used in networks supporting wired or wireless applications, the ultimate goal for equipment manufacturers is to produce an efficient, cost effective, and reliable product to support network service providers.

Solution providers is another level of the telecommunications industry which is large in size. In this segment, companies source, develop, and implement the network infrastructure that ‘service providers’ will use to supply communication connections to the end users. As a segue between component manufacturers and service providers, solutions providers greatly influence network structures, protocols, and the successful implementation of emerging technologies.

The other large segment of the telecommunications industry is service providers. This market is focused on providing communications, in one form or other, to the end users. For most people, this segment is viewed as the face of the industry, delivering the final product/service that the equipment manufacturers and solutions providers support. The most common applications for this segment are premises networks, LAN (local area networks), WAN (wide area networks), and wireless networks.

MGI’s offerings are that of connectivity at multiple levels of the telecommunications industry ranging from standard cable assemblies and loopbacks for the equipment manufacturing segment to optical drop cables to support service provider networks.

Our Products: Real-Time & On-Demand MVNO Platform

The current traditional billing, Next Generation Intelligent Network (NGIN) and Business Support System (BSS) were developed in late 2008 to cater for users’ demand of that era. The data services were running on 3G core networks, and they have limited capabilities in serving today’s consumers’ demand. Most operators (MNOs and MVNOs) struggle to fulfil the demand of current consumers and find it very hard to cater for future business trend and unpredictable cost for the future changes. This is simply because the current back-end billing and BSS were not designed for 4G and beyond.

The system is required to provide a real-time unified charging across all services and devices and payment methods with differentiated service offerings with a quick time-to-market advantage to allow MVNO to quickly capitalize and execute on market opportunities. CCBBSS platform combines payment methods, with ‘on demand’ payments for some services and recurring subscription models for others.