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KT seleciona a solução de Gerenciamento de Políticas (PCRF) da líder de mercado da Tekelec para suas redes LTE e 3G

A operadora sul-coreana de telefonia móvel, Korea Telecom, está instalando em sua rede a solução de gerenciamento de políticas (PCRF) da líder de mercado Tekelec para suas redes LTE e 3G. O servidor de gerenciamento de politicas de negócios suportará o novo serviço de voz da KT sobre sua nova rede LTE (VoLTE) proporcionando novos planos de dados LTE além de serviços diferenciados de comunicação (Rich Communication Suite).

A Coréia do Sul hoje é o segundo maior mercado do mundo em LTE e um dos mercados de telefones celulares mais avançados do mundo. Cinco meses após o lançamento do seu serviço de dados LTE, a KT ultrapassou a marca de um milhão de assinantes LTE. Em sua caminhada de sucesso a operadora ultrapassou três milhões de assinantes LTE em meados de novembro e quatro milhões de assinantes ao fim de 2012. Cerca de 63% dos assinantes de sua rede 3G e LTE utilizam smartphones e, em dezembro, a operadora lançou o iPhone® da Apple 5, que ganhou uma popularidade sensacional.

A solução de gerenciamento de políticas (PCRF) Tekelec suportará o controle de dados diário e mensal para uma variedade de serviços, incluindo voz, o uso da Internet, transferência de arquivos, mensagens instantâneas e vídeo telefonia. O acompanhamento diário dará à KT maior flexibilidade para oferecer pacotes customizados e opções de serviço para 3G, LTE e RCS - uma raridade na indústria.

"A KT está proporcionando a mais rápida rede nacional de LTE na Coréia, com planos de dados inovadores, incluindo voz sobre LTE, serviços diferenciados de comunicação (RCS), serviços de vídeo e muito mais", disse Ji Yung-Ha, vice-presidente da unidade de negócios de rede móvel do grupo KT Network. "A solução de gerenciamento de políticas (PCRF) Tekelec desempenha um papel fundamental nos permitindo criar e lançar rapidamente serviços rentáveis de dados para telefones celulares."

"Os novos serviços de dados LTE da Korea Telecom enriquecem a experiência dos assinantes, oferecendo aos clientes novas opções avançadas em serviços de comunicação e aplicações de dados móveis", disse Houck Reed, vice-presidente de desenvolvimento de produto e marketing da Tekelec. "Como o elemento orquestrador das redes LTE e 3G, A solução de gerenciamento de políticas (PCRF) Tekelec permitirá à KT tirar proveito de novos modelos de negócios que podem estender-se desde a solução de gerenciamento de políticas até o próprio terminal móvel do usuário, oferecendo-lhes oportunidades de novos serviços em parceria com provedores de aplicativos e conteúdos over-the-top."

O acordo expande a presença da solução de gerenciamento de políticas Tekelec a um novo país na região da Ásia-Pacífico. A empresa já possui outros clientes na região como Índia, Austrália, Nova Zelândia e Singapura.

Globalmente, as soluções políticas da Tekelec atendem a mais de 60 prestadores de serviços, incluindo mais de 50 operadoras consideradas Tier 1, em 35 países. Em outubro, a revista Current Analysis nomeou a Tekelec a empresa líder no mercado de soluções de gerenciamento de políticas (PCRF) e disse, "o servidor de gerenciamento de políticas da Tekelec ainda define o padrão da indústria em relação ao qual todos os controladores das demais soluções de gerenciamento são medidas." Em julho, a firma analista de indústria Analysys Mason nomeou a Tekelec a líder vendedora independente do mercado de soluções de gerenciamento de políticas por ação pelo terceiro ano consecutivo.

Recursos de suporte

Gerenciamento de Políticas Inteligente: A chave para resolver os desafios exclusivos de LTE

Por que Tekelec para soluções de gerenciamento de políticas: Considerações importantes na escolha de um servidor de políticas de próxima geração

Gerenciamento de Políticas em toda parte: Um informe oficial imperativo estratégico para fornecedores de estilo de vida digital

Servidor de Gerenciamento de Políticas (PCRF) - resumo das informações do produto

Mobile Policy Gateway (MPG) - resumo das informações do produto

Application Manager - resumo das informações do produto

Policy Analytics - resumo das informações do produto

Sobre a Tekelec

As soluções inteligentes de banda larga móvel da Tekelec permitem aos prestadores de serviços gerenciar e rentabilizar dados móveis e evoluir para LTE e IMS. Nós somos os arquitetos da rede diameter, a base para a sessão, controle e gestão de dados de assinantes. Mais de 300 operadores de serviços usam nossos soluções líderes de mercado para oferecer cloud, máquina-a-máquina (M2M) e serviços personalizados para consumidores e empresas. Para outras informações, acesse www.tekelec.com.

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