MENA Telecom Regulator Deploys Procera ScoreCard

MENA Telecom Regulator Deploys Procera ScoreCard Image Credit: Procera Networks

Procera Networks announced that a national regulatory agency in the Middle East is deploying Procera Networks’ ScoreCard technology to monitor the performance and service quality of their fixed and mobile broadband service.

ScoreCard grades each service provider on throughput, latency, and packet loss for all broadband traffic to fully assess the network quality delivered for subscribers. ScoreCard thereby makes it easier for consumers and businesses to better understand what level of service to expect from different providers, and allows regulators to benchmark service providers.

The MENA deployment coincides with the launch of Procera’s service provider compliance solutions set which have been designed to help operators to comply with changing broadband service regulations, easing the transition needed to implement new infrastructure in line with new regulations.

The solutions will also give operators a better picture of how they’re being ranked on performance by telecoms regulators, including blocking illegal content through URL blacklisting.

The new solutions take advantage of Procera’s network intelligence technology heritage to deliver more than 100 use cases for operators. Procera offers virtualized versions of these solutions that can reduce cost and generate revenue for the operator, improving the ROI for a compliance solution deployment.

Alexander Havang, CTO, Procera Networks
Using ScoreCard, telecoms regulators can better inform the market, providing end-users with more clarity on the level of service they can expect from the various incumbents. It reports the actual quality delivered by broadband operators with a passive, virtual deployment that can scale to tens of millions of subscribers.

Lyn Cantor, President and CEO, Procera Networks 
Operators are seeking new ways of adapting to rapidy changing broadband regulations worldwide while still adding the value needed to bolster their bottom line.

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

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