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Comptel Policy Control gives CSPs the levers they need to transform
their technology investments into profitable new business—it helps
them combine sophisticated charging rules for multi-vendor 3G, LTE,
WiMAX, fixed and cable networks with the real-time application of
network and business policy. Based on the proven Comptel
Control and Charge platform, it supports a number of use cases
including subscription redirection, fair usage, time-, location- and
URL-based policy, parental controls and roaming.
The interoperability test demonstrated how policy and charging rules
managed by Comptel Policy Control could be enforced in Procera’s PRE
product based on the real-time inspection of network traffic. The
fully integrated, 3GPP-compliant solution provides:
Faster time-to-market with Comptel Policy and Charging Rules
Function (PCRF) and Procera Policy and Charging Enforcement
Function (PCEF) with DPI functionalities;
Flexibility in supported industry-standard interfaces for policy
control via Gx. The Gx interface provides transfer of policy and
charging rules from PCRF to PCEF; and
An extensible offering with comprehensive tools that go beyond
control and monetisation of data servers.
“This collaboration has enhanced Comptel’s and Procera’s ability to
support CSPs challenged by the global data explosion,” said Antti
Koskela, CTO, Comptel. “The integrated, real-time policy control and
charging solution offers the flexibility and data granularity
operators require to manage service usage easily and optimise their
networks efficiently. Not only that, it leaves CSPs well-positioned to
enhance the customer experience and capitalise on service monetisation
and other business opportunities.”
“Network operators are investing heavily in policy-based services,”
said Cam Cullen, vice president of global marketing, Procera. “Joint
solutions from Procera and Comptel enable differentiated services and
new pricing models that operators can offer to compete more
effectively in today’s sensitive broadband market.”
Since 1986, Comptel has helped more than 290 service providers across 86
countries meet over one billion subscribers’ communications and
infotainment needs. Comptel’s solutions are built on an event – analysis
– action strategic framework that leverages the company’s strengths in
event data processing and advanced predictive analytics to enable
real-time action. Comptel’s service fulfillment, mediation, charging and
policy control, and predictive social analytics products with
implementation and professional services enable service providers to
enhance customer engagement and, in turn, create revenue, reduce costs
and lessen churn. Comptel has a global team of over 600 professionals,
and net sales were EUR 77 million in 2011. For more information, visit www.comptel.com.
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