Friday, December 11, 2015

[Exact Ventures]: Huawei Became the Largest PCRF Vendor

A new report by Exact Ventures finds that:
  • The Policy Server/PCRF market [in 3Q15] grew 37 percent compared to 3Q14, to $202 million
  • We expect that market growth grow by greater than 20 percent for both 2015 and 2016 and that the market will approach $1 billion for 2016
  • Many operators are actively deploying VoLTE, and in some cases with video, prioritizing that traffic above all else is key to maintain and assure high quality of service. Specifically, VoLTE traffic is assigned a quality class identifier (QCI) value of 1, which guarantees a specific bit-rate, minimal packet delay (latency) and packet loss. The PCRF is the functional node within an operator’s network responsible for setting the QCI values for each mobile application.
  • During the quarter, Huawei became the largest PCRF vendor by more than doubling revenues year-over-year to $62 million, narrowly edging Ericsson which grew nearly 50 percent versus 3Q14
  • Huawei is very strong it its domestic market and other developing regions of Asia Pacific and EMEA where mobile data services are increasingly popular and operators are increasingly sophisticated about segmenting its targeted customers via tiered-data and sponsored data plans.
Vendors Covered in the report include: Alcatel-Lucent, Amdocs, Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei, Nokia / Redknee, Openet, Oracle, Sandvine and ZTE

See "Shared Data Plans and VoLTE Drive PCRF Revenues in 3Q15, According to Exact Ventures" - here.

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