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Computaris, leading consultant and system integrator in the communication industry, was chosen by a major Eastern European mobile operator to deliver an end-to-end Policy Management solution for their NGN architecture due to be live in 2011.
Computaris proposed an access network agnostic mobile broadband solution that will enable the Operator to introduce new, advanced data services and to optimize the existing network capacity through the application of sophisticated traffic shaping and fair usage policies in real time, significantly improving users’ experience.
Computaris Policy Management solution is sufficiently flexible and extensible to achieve the Operator’s business objectives and vision of Subscriber Management and Control and is based on:
The highly extensible and configurable solution delivered will enable the Operator to rapidly deploy new, innovative policy rules into the network, to optimize network costs through effective bandwidth utilization and management, to ensure fair usage in an adaptive, real-time manner.
Being supported by an established roadmap and evolution path to 4G/LTE and for policy convergence across both fixed and mobile, the solution provides a future proof platform for intelligently and proactively managing network resources, as well as applications and subscribers in real-time, while generating revenue from personalized mobile applications, content and services.
Computaris is offering the Sandvine Policy Traffic Switches, and the Bridgewater Policy Controller (PCRF) and Subscriber Data Broker (SPR) as the key components of this solution.
Computaris specializes in system integration, BSS technical consulting and software development for software vendors and communication services providers (CSP) in Europe, Middle East, Africa and SE Asia.
Computaris offers the highest level of expertise in the area of convergent charging and billing, SDP (Service Delivery Platform), VAS (Value Added Services), messaging, provisioning, mediation, service management and data.