Wednesday, December 28, 2011

EFLAG's Network Intelligence Solution for MNOs

I am not sure if this is a new product or not, but I've just noticed NetVision, a DPI based Network Intelligence product from EFLAG, a Chinese "global provider of engineering services and innovative solutions for mobile network planning, optimization, and more .. The company is providing consultancy and managed services to Tier 1 equipment vendors, such as, Nokia Siemens Networks, Huawei, ZTE, Ericsson, and Alcatel-Lucent".

EFLAG classifies NetVision as a "subscriber & service centric turnkey solution for Customer Experience Management based on the Deep Packet Inspection technology".

"NetVision helps mobile operators to unveil the information buried into their subscriber data in order to generate more revenue, reduce costs and increase overall customer satisfaction through a unique approach to Quality of Experience (QoE) monitoring. Based on a massive statistical data analysis, subscriber information is extracted at core network interfaces and specifically target 2G/3G/4G mobile data applications (HTTP, DNS, MMS, WAP, FTP, Streaming, email, IM, etc...)"

"Through Deep Packet Inspection technology (DPI), NetVision reassembles every subscriber application session at OSI layer 7 and evaluates the performance perceived by each subscriber .. can be deployed on both portable hardware for short-term network monitoring, optimization and troubleshooting projects, or as a complete OSS platform for long-term E2E monitoring, subscriber management and Service Level Assurance (SLA) ..NetVision is performing deep traffic analysis through massive data captures at IP-based core network interfaces (Iu-PS, Gb, Gn, Gi, Gw, MMx "


  1. AZI, being a regular follower, this post is like more like a paid advertisement :-( disappointed.

    However, let me make use of this opportunity to say that your blog is awesome for folks like me who are keen to make a difference in the Broadband area.

  2. I do not have paid posts. I do have guest posts (free), and banner ads. I regularly post vendors announcements of new products (like this one)related to the technologies covered in this blog.

    Thanks for following!