Sandvine Secures PCC/DPI Expansion Orders From EMEA Operator

3 November 2016
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Sandvine announced that it has received orders totaling over $6 million from a converged fixed/mobile communications service provider (CSP) in EMEA.

The orders represent an expansion of Sandvine’s existing deployment, and include Sandvine’s PTS 32000 series platform and licenses for OutReach, Sandvine’s product for creating compelling subscriber engagement campaigns across multiple channels.

Sandvine said that the platform will also support some existing use cases at the customer to manage traffic for an improved subscriber experience, support charging plans and enhance network security. 

In its 2 rack unit (RU) form factor, Sandvine’s PTS 32000 delivers PCEF/TDF functionality for both mobile and fixed operators at the highest scale, with the best performance density (Gbps/RU) and performance efficiency (Mbps/watt) of any 100GE network policy control device.

Tom Donnelly, Sandvine’s COO, Sales and Global Services
As the upgrade cycle to 100GE continues through its early stages, we’re very pleased that the PTS 32000 remains the most proven and highest performance option in the market. Sandvine’s vision with OutReach is resonating well with customers. It lets CSPs rapidly implement and manage a wide variety of valuable subscriber engagement use cases so that the right message reaches the right user at the right time, on the most effective digital channel.

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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