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KT choisit Tekelec, le leader du marche PCRF comme fournisseur pour ses réseaux LTE et 3G

L'opérateur sud-coréen de téléphonie mobile KT déploie pour ses réseaux LTE et 3G le serveur de Policy (PCRF) de Tekelec, leader du marché . Le serveur de Policy aidera KT à fournir sa nouvelle offre de Voix sur LTE (VoLTE), des plans de tarification des données LTE et les services Rich Communication Suite (RCS).

La Corée du Sud est le deuxième plus grand marché du monde en ce qui concerne la technologie LTE et l'un des marchés les plus avancés de la téléphonie mobile dans le monde. Cinq mois après avoir lancé son service, KT avait dépassé les un million d'abonnés LTE. L'opérateur avait dépassé les trois millions d'abonnés LTE à la mi-novembre et les quatre millions à la fin de l'année 2012. Environ 63 % des abonnés 3G et LTE de KT utilisent des Smartphones et en décembre l'opérateur a mis en vente l'iPhone® 5 de Apple, avec un énorme succès.

Le serveur de Policy Tekelec assurera le suivi quotidien et mensuel des quotas pour une variété de services, y compris la voix, l'usage Internet, le transfert de fichiers, la messagerie instantanée et la vidéo-téléphonie. Le suivi quotidien donnera à KT une nouvelle souplesse pour pouvoir offrir des forfaits journaliers et des options de service sur tout l'éventail des technologies 3G, LTE et RCS, chose rare dans l'industrie.

« KT offre le réseau LTE le plus rapide de toute la Corée, avec des plans de données novateurs, incluant la Voix sur LTE, les services Rich Communications Suite (RCS), des services vidéo et plus encore », a déclaré M. Ji Yung-Ha, vice-président de l'unité Mobile Network Business, Network Group of KT. « Le serveur de Policy Tekelec joue un rôle essentiel en nous permettant de créer et lancer rapidement un service rentable de données mobiles. »

« Les nouveaux services LTE de KT viennent enrichir l'expérience des abonnés et donnent aux clients de nouvelles options avancées pour des services de communication et des applications de données mobiles », a quant à lui confié Houck Reed, vice-président de la gestion produit et du marketing chez Tekelec. « En tant que cerveau des réseaux 3G et LTE, le serveur de Policy de Tekelec devrait permettre à KT de tirer parti de nouveaux modèles commerciaux qui étendent l'application des règles de contrôle jusqu’aux appareils mobiles et offrent aux fournisseurs d'applications OTT (over-the-top) ce contrôle comme un service cloud. »

L'accord permet d'étendre la pénétration du serveur Policy de Tekelec à un nouveau pays de la région Asie-Pacifique. La compagnie compte par ailleurs des clients en Inde, en Australie, en Nouvelle-Zélande et à Singapour.

À l'échelle mondiale, les solutions Policy de Tekelec sont utilisées par plus de 60 clients, y plus de compris 50 fournisseurs de niveau 1, dans 35 pays. En octobre dernier, Current Analysis a consacré Tekelec comme leader sur le marché PCRF, soulignant que : « Le serveur de policy de Tekelec reste encore le point de repère dans l'industrie sur lequel se base tous les autres contrôleurs de policy . » En juillet dernier, la société d'analystes industriels Analysys Mason a nommé Tekelec vendeur principal indépendant sur le marché du policy pour la troisième année consécutive.

Ressources de référence

Politique intelligente : La clé pour résoudre les défis uniques en matière de livre blanc de la technologie LTE

Pourquoi choisir Tekelec pour politique : Des considérations clés pour la sélection d'un serveur de politiques de prochaine génération

Politiques à tous les niveaux : Un impératif stratégique pour le livre blanc des fournisseurs de style de vie numérique

Informations produit concernant le serveur de politiques

Informations produit concernant la politique mobile Gateway

Instructions produit concernant les gestionnaires d'application

Informations produit concernant les analyses de politiques

À propos de Tekelec

Les solutions intelligentes de haut débit mobile de Tekelec permettent aux fournisseurs de services de gérer et de monétiser les données mobiles et d’évoluer vers le LTE et l’IMS. Nous sommes les architectes du nouveau réseau Diameter, qui constitue la base pour la gestion des sessions, des règles de policy et des données des abonnés. Plus de 300 fournisseurs de service ont recours à nos solutions leaders du marché pour fournir aux consommateurs et aux entreprises des services de cloud computing, de machine à machine ou des services personnalisés. Pour plus d'informations, veuillez consulter le site www.tekelec.com.

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