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KT wählt den branchenführenden Policy Server von Tekelec für LTE- und 3G-Netzwerke

Der südkoreanische Mobilfunkanbieter KT stellt den branchenführenden Policy Server (PCRF) von Tekelec für seine LTE- und 3G-Netzwerke bereit. Der Policy Server wird das neue Angebot „Voice over LTE“ (VoLTE) von KT, die LTE-Datenpläne und den Service „Rich Communication Suite“ (RCS) unterstützen.

Südkorea ist der zweitgrößte LTE-Markt der Welt und einer der am weitesten entwickelten Mobilfunkmärkte der Welt. Fünf Monate nach Einführung des Services hatte KT bereits mehr als eine Million LTE-Abonnenten. Mitte November erreichte das Unternehmen die Marke von drei Millionen LTE-Abonnenten und Ende 2012 waren es bereits vier Millionen. Etwa 63 Prozent der 3G- und LTE-Abonnenten von KT verwenden Smartphones und im Dezember führte das Unternehmen das Apple iPhone® 5 ein, das bei den Kunden eine überwältigende Beliebtheit erreichte.

Der Policy Server von Tekelec unterstützt die tägliche und monatliche Kontingentnachverfolgung für eine Vielzahl von Services, einschließlich Voice, Internetnutzung, Dateitransfer, Instant Messaging und Videotelefonie. Die tägliche Nachverfolgung bietet KT neue Flexibilität beim Anbieten von Tagesangeboten und Serviceoptionen für alle 3G-, LTE- und RCS-Services - eine Seltenheit in dieser Branche.

„KT ist das am schnellsten wachsende landesweite LTE-Netzwerk in Korea und bietet innovative Datenpläne, einschließlich Voice over LTE, Rich Communications Suite, Video-Services und andere Leistungen“, sagte Ji Yung-Ha, Vice President der Mobile Network Business Unit bei der Network Group von KT. „Der Policy Server von Tekelec spielt eine kritische Rolle. Er ermöglicht es uns, schnell ertragbringende mobile Datenservices zu entwickeln und auf dem Markt einzuführen.“

„Die neuen LTE-Services von KT bereichern das Erlebnis der Abonnenten und verleihen Kunden neue, hochentwickelte Optionen für Kommunikationsdienste und mobile Datenanwendungen“, sagte Houck Reed, Vice President für Produktmanagement und Marketing bei Tekelec. „Der Policy Server von Tekelec fungiert als Verarbeitungszentrum der LTE- und 3G-Netzwerke und ermöglicht es KT, die neuen Geschäftsmodelle zu nutzen, in denen die Umsetzung von Richtlinien (Policy) auf das Mobilgerät und die Angebotspolitik ausgedehnt und hochgradigen Anwendungsanbietern als Service angeboten wird.“

Mit diesem Geschäftsabschluss wird der Policy-Empfangsbereich von Tekelec auf ein neues Land in der asiatisch-pazifischen Region ausgedehnt. Das Unternehmen verfügt über weitere Kunden in Indien, Australien, Neuseeland und Singapur.

Tekelec Policy Solutions bedient weltweit mehr als 60 Service Provider, darunter mehr als 50 Tier-1-Dienstanbieter in 35 Ländern. Im Oktober bezeichnete „Current Analysis“ Tekelec als einen Marktführer im PCRF-Markt und gab an „der Tekelec Policy Server legt weiterhin den Branchenstandard fest, an dem alle anderen Richtlinien- (Policy-) Controller gemessen werden.“ Im Juli bezeichnete die Branchenanalysenagentur „Analysys Mason“ Tekelec als führenden unabhängigen Anbieter auf dem Richtlinienmarkt auf der Grundlage des Marktanteils im dritten aufeinander folgenden Jahr.

Weiterführende Ressourcen

Intelligente Policy: Whitepaper „The Key To Solving LTE's Unique Challenges“ (Der Schlüssel zum Lösen der einzigartigen Herausforderungen von LTE)

Warum Tekelec für Richtlinien: Schlüsselaspekte bei der Auswahl von Richtlinienservern der nächsten Generation

Whitepaper „Policy Everywhere: A Strategic Imperative for Digital Lifestyle Providers“ (Überall Richtlinien: Ein strategisches Gebot für Anbieter digitalen Lebensstils)

Produktzusammenfassung zu Policy Server

Produktzusammenfassung zu Mobile Policy Gateway

Produktzusammenfassung zu Application Manager

Produktzusammenfassung zu Policy Analytics

Über Tekelec

Die intelligenten mobilen Breitbandlösungen von Tekelec ermöglichen es Dienstanbietern, mobile Daten zu verwalten und zu verwerten und zu LTE und IMS zu entwickeln. Wir sind die Architekten des neuen Diameter-Netzwerks, der Grundlage für Sitzungs-, Richtlinien- und Abonnenten-Datenverwaltung. Mehr als 300 Dienstanbieter verwenden unsere branchenführenden Lösungen für Cloud-, Machine-to-Machine- und persönliche Services für Verbraucher und Unternehmen. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter www.tekelec.com.

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