Thursday, February 21, 2013

PCC Deployments [227]: Vodafone[Netherlands] Uses Cisco/BroadHop for Enterprise Tiered Services


Cisco announced that "Vodafone Netherlands has deployed the BNG (Broadband Network Gateway) Service Manager [and] ... uses the Cisco [BroadHop] Quantum software suite to offer tiered broadband access services with flexible quota and application-level usage controls to its enterprise customers.

Openet also lists Vodafone Netherlands as a customers (here) - "Vodafone Netherlands has deployed Openet Policy Manager to control bandwidth and implement network policies for its more than 4 million subscribers. Vodafone Netherlands also selected Openet’s complementary solutions, Fair Usage and Tiered Service Controls, which enable the carrier to offer more flexible service plan options and improve control of subscriber traffic". 

Indeed a mystery.







BNG Service Manager combines the robust network control and service differentiation capabilities of the Cisco Intelligent Services Gateway and Cisco Quantum. The carrier-grade policy, charging and customer data management and analytics solution enables Vodafone Netherlands to deploy network- and application-aware policies in line with its enterprise broadband business model
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Jack Smits (pictured), general manager, enterprise customer solutions, Vodafone Netherlands said: “We selected BNG Service Manager, enabled by Cisco Quantum, to better control, monetize and personalize our enterprise broadband offerings. With increased visibility into our enterprise customer broadband usage we can deploy resource admission control, validate available bandwidth and dynamically manage broadband performance. We now have the ability to quickly and easily roll out new mobile Internet services and promotions. Cisco delivered the best solution with a highly coordinated professional services delivery effort”.

See "Vodafone Netherlands Deploys Cisco Quantum Software-Based Networking Solutions to Control and Manage Enterprise Broadband Services" - here.

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