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Vodafone Egypt Deploys Procera's NFV-based ScoreCard Analytics Solutions

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Procera Networks announced a multi-year, multi-million dollar partnership with Vodafone Egypt to enhance the subscriber experience for its fixed and mobile subscribers. Vodafone Egypt is the leading mobile operator in Egypt with a customer base exceeding 39 million.

Procera's analytics solutions leverage the visibility provided by PacketLogic's DRDL engine, enabling fine-grained application identification despite the increasing use of encryption on the Internet. ScoreCard provides a unique view of quality, with high frequency measurements of quality in categories that subscribers can relate to: web surfing, streaming video, social media, real-time gaming, upload, download, and voice applications.

Analyzing the ScoreCard results guides investment in network capacity and idenitifies service creation opportunities for the network planning teams at Vodafone Egypt. 

Osama Siad, Vodafone Egypt's Technology Director
Procera's virtual solutions delivered on the promise of Network Functions Virtualization for Vodafone Egypt today, enabling us to accelerate our NFV deployment timelines.

Lyn Cantor, President and CEO, Procera Networks 
Procera is pleased to provide solutions that enable Vodafone Egypt's to deliver a high quality broadband experience to their subscribers. We believe that our strategic focus on virtualization use cases for fixed and mobile network will enable both operators and subscribers to benefit from their broadband networks.


Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

For tips and feedback, email Ray at ray.sharma(at), or reach him on LinkedIn, Facebook 


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