Nokia Networks Intros Apps & Device Specific Network Optimization Service Portfolio

Nokia Networks Intros Apps & Device Specific Network Optimization Service Portfolio Image Credit: Nokia Networks
  • Nokia Networks announces new network optimization services portfolio that the company said will shift the focus from analyzing traditional network performance to analyzing device and application centric performance.
  • According to Nokia Networks, the new service portfolio will help mobile operators gain new insights into how applications and devices use network resources, analyzing specific network locations for traffic patterns, user distribution, frequently used applications and device types. Increased performance from the optimization service will make it possible for the operator to launch new, differentiated smartphone applications in specific locations, said Nokia.
  • Nokia Networks further added that its application optimization service which includes Application Impact Management (AIM) assesses the signaling behavior of applications and devices and their impact on mobile network capacity, identifying radio and core resources needed to optimize CAPEX. It also includes Quality of Experience (QoE) modeling and Application-Driven Capacity Optimization that identifies software features and hardware upgrades needed to mitigate congestion and reduce customer complaints.

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