Microwave (MW) technologies lead the backhaul evolution toward next-generation mobile networks. While primarily considered as macro-cell backhaul solution, in the upcoming 4G mobile network landscape, MW technologies also extend to the small-cell layer, hence proposing a unified backhaul approach. Two, very significant innovations are introduced
Elitecore Technologies, the global provider of Wi-Fi Service Management Platform, announced its support for Hospitality Wi-Fi business model for Service Providers, offering a centralized bundled solution with complete Wi-Fi access infrastructure and internet connectivity on a Managed Services platform. Apart from hospitality, the Elitecore Wi-Fi SMP solution enables operators cater to different business models such as Enterprise, Residential, Mobile Data Offload, Inter-carrier wholesale, Hotspot and Location aware services.
Elitecore Technologies, the global provider of OSS/BSS solutions, has won the “most innovative BSS solutions company” award at the 7th NTA ICT World Communication Award Ceremony, 2013 for its next-generation BSS transformation suite.
The Orange Group confirmed Astellia, a leading provider of probe-based monitoring solutions for the optimization of mobile network QoS and QoE, as a strategic partner during the presentation of their white paper ‘Supplier relationships of France Telecom-Orange in France’.
Astellia, a leading provider of probe-based monitoring solutions for the optimization of mobile network QoS and QoE, announced today its partnership with SAP, market leader in enterprise application software.
This white paper describes the current drivers and demand for telecoms equipment systems integration, and outlines the options for selecting a suitable systems integrator partner.
In December 2012 Telecoms.com Intelligence launched the first Annual Industry Survey, answered by almost 2,000 industry professionals, including 600 operator respondents.
Astellia, a leading provider of probe-based monitoring solutions for the optimization of mobile network QoS and QoE, announced the signature of a major contract with Unitel, Angola’s biggest cell phone operator. Astellia will provide Unitel with a complete E2E picture – from RAN to Core network – of their 2G, 3G and 4G traffic.
On 3 December 2012 the mobile industry marked the twentieth anniversary of what is widely regarded as the birth of SMS – the sending of a message from a PC to a mobile phone on the Vodafone network by engineer Neil Papworth. Two years after that milestone, Nokia released the first phone that allowed users [...]
Mobile operators are moving to a data-centric world. LTE has become the most rapidly deployed cellular network technology in the industry’s history and the demise of circuit switching—while still on the distant horizon—is now in sight.
LTE has seen arguably the fastest growth of any mobile network technology deployed so far. With more than 74 networks live in more than 30 counties, covering every populated continent, LTE is enjoying the most successful launch of any mobile technology in history, with the most swiftly deployed networks. There is a proliferation of LTE-enabled devices in attractive form factors and at desirable price points, and nearly all LTE handsets are smartphones, which provide operators with more opportunities for profitability. According to Informa Telecoms & Media’s LTE forecasts, there were 62 million LTE subscribers at end-December, and this number is expected to increase to 133 million in just a year.
Astellia, a leading provider of monitoring solutions for the optimization of mobile network QoS and QoE, has selected MicroStrategy® Incorporated, a leading worldwide provider of business intelligence (BI) and mobile software technology, to leverage the vast amounts of data captured by Astellia’s high capacity probing system and bring network intelligence to mobile operators.
In order for operators and service providers to realise their full potential in the cloud era, where data volumes are ramping up exponentially, the need to maximise return on investment while working to differentiate services has never been more apparent.
The rate of global LTE deployments is ramping up dramatically across the globe. In fact new research from Informa Telecoms & Media in conjunction with industry knowledge, reveals that – in terms of perceptions on LTE maturity – the majority of global operators see a “clear need” to launch LTE networks now.
LTE will account for 31 per cent of all mobile service revenues by 2017 according to a new report from Juniper Research. The report says that, by 2017, global LTE revenues will exceed US$340bn compared to US$75bn in 2013 and nearly 70 per cent of this will be generated by the North America, Far Eastern and China markets.
Rennes, France, February 12th 2013 – Astellia, a leading provider of probe-based monitoring solutions for the optimization of mobile network QoS and QoE and DigitalRoute, a forerunner in mediation and data integration solutions for the communications industry, have jointly announced that Astellia is integrating DigitalRoute’s MediationZone platform into its real-time Nova monitoring solution.
Astellia, a leading provider of monitoring solutions for the optimization of mobile network QoS and QoE, reports its 2012 revenue of 42.2 M€, an increase of 24% compared to the previous year.
International activity represented 85% of the 2012 revenue, reaching 36M€, a 41% increase compared to 2011. The rise in turnover reflects existing customers’ loyalty and market share wins.
More than 60 per cent of operator respondents to the Telecoms.com Intelligence Survey 2013 said that their firm was prepared or very well prepared to manage the challenges and risks inherent in the transition to LTE. However, more than 31 per cent said that they were less prepared than they should be.
In this powerful mobile age, consumers have learned to expect instant gratification.When mobile networks do not have the latest bells and whistles required to support the growing demand for more and faster data traffic, subscribers quickly lose confidence in their mobile operator’s ability to provide network quality and keep up with the times. Mobile operators know what is required to grow and sustain their customer base – to provide data faster and deliver it seamlessly.
Rennes, France, February 5th 2013 – Astellia will showcase Nova 4G, its new generation of monitoring solutions at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. In the world of 4G monitoring Nova is taking a quantum leap with its leading edge technology coupled with Astellia’s accrued experience over the past ten years.