Sandvine wins orders from telcos in Middle East

US network analytics specialist announces key wins in Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman

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Sandvine wins orders from telcos in Middle East Analytics tools help operators boost the efficiency of their networks.
By  Roger Field Published  January 31, 2013

Sandvine, a US-based provider of broadband network solutions for operators, has won orders for its traffic classification products from two mobile operators and one DSL service provider in the Middle East.

All three customers are a part of multinational fixed and mobile operators; two are subsidiaries and one is a parent company.

All three Middle Eastern operators chose Sandvine for its strength in traffic classification, which supports its network analytics, usage management and traffic management products.

Two of the customers were won in December and one during November, Sandvine said.

Tom Donnelly, COO, sales and global services, Sandvine, said accurate traffic classification, web-based reporting and executive style dashboards help operators to "measure the metrics that matter" allowing them to understand where to invest in their networks to improve efficiency and quality of service.

As networks rollout higher speeds and mobile adoption rates continue to climb, operators rely on network analytics with accurate traffic classification to gain critical insight into the applications and trends on their networks.

The Middle East is predicted to have over 16 million LTE connections, accounting for close to 5% of the global total by 2015, according to recent Wireless Intelligence forecasts.

Sandvine's network policy control solutions are deployed in more than 200 networks in over 85 countries including over 30 operators in the Middle East and Africa.

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