Vasona Networks Unveils SmartVISION
February 19, 2014
Mobile data traffic is growing consistently and operators are trying to fulfill their ever changing demands by making ambitious investments towards rich applications and advanced networks. The ongoing enhancements of mobile experiences are presenting high challenges to operators. Vasona Networks is a company that has been collaborating with mobile operators to overcome network challenges and deliver better customer experience.
Vasona Networks develops platforms for mobile network capacity, resource management and intelligence. The company recently launched SmartVISION analysis suite. Mobile operators can deploy SmartVISION for visibility about application activities within each cell of a network, including every session's impact on capacity utilization and congestion conditions.
"Vasona Networks developed SmartVISION based on global operator demand for a solution that improves insights into how traffic patterns in each cell correlate with customer experience and congestion issues," John Reister, vice president of marketing and product, Vasona Networks, said in a statement.
"SmartVISION addresses this need with unique capabilities to learn from all data and control traffic, helping operators connect the dots between certain cell conditions and resulting issues," Reister added.
The new offering also complements Vasona Networks' SmartAIR1000 edge application controller, creating a tightly-integrated solution for improved mobile network performance.
SmartVISION responds with tools for evaluating real-time behavior and historical trends for each cell in a network, with full contextual assessment of each session. As a result, operators can improve performance, and be more agile in responding to changing market conditions and customer needs. SmartVISION also facilitates centralized management of Vasona SmartAIR edge application controller deployments, which improve customer experiences with real-time capacity allocation based on considerations like cell congestion and session latency.
Designed as a carrier-grade solution, SmartVISION can scale to meet the needs of any size operator or network configuration. It is deployed in the NOC (News - Alert) (network operations center) to provide a consolidated view of how each RAN (radio access network) cell sector performs. Data is collected from SmartAIR, processed and analyzed by SmartVISION for reporting, and can also be provided to third-party systems, clarified the company.
Vasona Networks is planning to showcase its new SmartVISION and SmartAIR capabilities at Mobile World Congress (News - Alert), to be held from February 24-27 in Barcelona.
Edited by Ryan Sartor
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