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Amdocs to acquire Celcite for $129m

Amdocs has agreed to acquire network management and SON solutions provider Celcite

Customer experience specialist Amdocs has agreed to acquire network management and SON solutions provider Celcite in a deal worth $129m in cash. Amdocs added that it may pay additional fees for the firm based on the achievement of certain performance metrics.

Celcite: Maximising network capacity

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Rahul Sharma, President and CEO of Celcite talks to telecoms.com at MWC 2013 about simplifying network management and maximising the potential of network assets.

SON in a multi-technology, multi-vendor world

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Ajay Khanna, CTO at network optimisation specialist Celcite, explains how the company has evolved from working on the resource needs of US operators a decade ago to one of the hottest areas in LTE network infrastructure: the Self-Optimising Network (SON).

Smart Capacity Management in a HetNet World

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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.

Is your network iPhone 5 ready?

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With smartphones becoming ever more feature rich and data intensive, mobile network operators need to assess whether their network is ‘iPhone 5 ready’. Staying ahead of the next wave of new devices, features, apps and technologies is challenging because innovation doesn’t stay still, traditionally forcing operators to take a reactive approach. However, with a clear understanding of their network readiness, operators can take proactive measures to ensure bandwidth requirements are available and enhance the customer experience, thus minimising churn rates.

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