Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Computaris Will Deliver a PCRF/DPI Solution to an Eastern European MNO

R Systems announced that " .. Computaris .. (wholly owned subsidiary of R Systems International Limited) a leading consultant and system integrator in the communication industry, was chosen by a major Eastern European mobile operator to deliver an end-to-end Policy Management solution for their NGN architecture due to be live in 2011".

See "Computaris, an R Systems business, wins an end-to-end project for Policy Management Solution to an Eastern European Mobile Network Operator" - here.

Computaris specializes in consultancy, system integration and software development for the mobile telecoms industry in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Their partner page (here) shows Bridgewater Systems (soon to be Amdocs) as a partner. The Reference and Case study page (here) lists also Acision, Comverse, Orga and Redknee. The term "policy traffic switch" mentioned below is Sandvine's DPI product name.

Back to the new project: " Computaris proposed an access network agnostic mobile broadband solution that will enable the Operator to introduce new, advanced data services and to optimize the existing network capacity through the application of sophisticated traffic shaping and fair usage policies in real time significantly improving users’ experience.

Computaris Policy Management solution is sufficiently flexible and extensible to achieve the Operator’s business objectives and vision of Subscriber Management and Control and is based on:
  • Best of breed DPI and traffic enforcer product that will help the Operator manage and capitalize on the explosive growth in mobile data;
  • A subscriber Data management tool that brings together rich subscriber data such as location, context, profile and usage with the sophisticated tools to manage that data to multiple systems and applications to personalize services products;
  • Policy Traffic Switches that enable detailed reporting and vendor-agnostic interoperability;

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