Allot (News - Alert) Communications, a provider of IP
service optimization solutions based on deep packet inspection (DPI), recently announced an additional win for its new Service Gateway (News - Alert) platform by an incumbent operator in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Allot Service Gateway Omega Series (SG-Omega) was selected by the operator to optimize its international link performance, reduce operating costs and ensure high Quality of Experience or its subscribers.
Carriers and ISPs can enforce application-specific policies designed to maximize network efficiency and reduce operational expenditure using the Allot Service Gateway.
The multi-site deployment will provide the operator with an accurate per-application depiction of the traffic traversing its international peering links and ensure Quality of Experience at all times.
The open architecture of the Allot SG Omega platform will allow expansion of the operator’s service offering to integrate applications such as parental control, anti-DDOS protection, usage-based billing and more.
"This win is another testimonial to the rapid adaptation of our SG-Omega, a true 10G platform for large mobile and fixed telecom operators" said Rami Hadar (News - Alert), Allot CEO and President, in a Thursday statement.
"The Service Gateway has been repeatedly chosen not only for its current features and performance, but also as a platform for the adoption of future DPI-based value-added services."
Allow Communications designs solutions for carriers, service providers and enterprises that apply deep packet inspection technology to transform broadband pipes into smart networks. The result is increased visibility and control that are vital to manage applications, services and subscribers, while also guaranteeing quality of service
, containing operating costs and maximizing revenue.
Research has shown that network operators can reverse their trend of flat or decreasing revenue per user for service providers by leveraging deep packet inspection technology. Such proof of effectiveness helps to open significant opportunities for Allot Communications throughout the global industry.
This recent win is further testament to the company’s strength in the market, but also the growth acceptance of the benefits that deep packet inspection technology can provide. Network operators are consistently on the look out for ways to increase revenue and create new opportunities.
Such technology helps to drive such initiatives, generating demand for solutions. It also addresses quality of service, which is a significant competitive point for operators vying for the consumer dollar.
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