LotusFlare is granted its fifth U.S. patent for the foundational products of its experience-native digital BSS software, the LotusFlare DNO™ Stack.
Santa Clara, CA - September 2, 2021 - LotusFlare, a provider of experience-native digital BSS software, today announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted LotusFlare patent number US10771354 for the multi-client capabilities of our digital BSS platform, further strengthening the company’s intellectual property position.
Communications services providers (CSPs) understand how important it is to provide diverse network usage experiences to appeal to a multitude of various network users. As such, CSPs often create multiple network deployments focused on different user experiences. Generating multiple network deployments is often a complex and resource intensive process, even before the process itself begins. That is why LotusFlare created a solution which allows both back-end and front-end management of the plurality of network deployments.
Sam Gadodia, CEO of LotusFlare, said: “LotusFlare is pleased that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office once again awarded a patent for our innovation. This is the fifth patent awarded to LotusFlare and it is particularly important as the substance of the patent provides the foundation for the products in the LotusFlare DNO™ Stack, our experience-native digital BSS software. I want to express my most heartfelt gratitude and congratulations to Helen Jiang, Terry Guo, Kunal Gulati and Shao Xia for their amazing work and dedication to simplifying technology to change the telecommunications industry for the better.”
LotusFlare DNO Stack is a complete and integrated set of experience-native BSS software products that simplify the delivery of digital communication services to consumer and enterprise customers across all lines of business. Built from the customer experience down, LotusFlare DNO Stack is cloud-native in its origin and delivers outcomes such as rapid launch of digital brands, bringing eSIM to life and increasing monthly active users.