Sandvine wins big Etisalat follow-on order
Waterloo, Canada, March 12, 2014
Canada-based Sandvine, a leading provider of intelligent broadband network solutions for fixed and mobile operators, has received a multi-million dollar follow-on order from Etisalat, a leading telecom service provider in the UAE.
"As one of the world's leading telecommunications operators, we are focused on providing a superior broadband experience to our customers," said Haitham Abdulrazzak, CTO Etisalat. "It is imperative we have a best-in-class solution that allows us to successfully continue down the path of innovation and maintain our position as market leaders."
With the order, Etisalat has expanded its deployment of Sandvine's best-in-class technology and solutions, including Network Analytics, Fairshare Traffic Management, Network Protection and Usage Management.
The order is part of a planned multi-year, multi-phased project and will cover Etisalat's leading fixed and mobile networks, including FTTH and LTE technologies.
"We are proud to call Etisalat UAE a customer. They are thought-leaders in their industry and continue to exhibit exceptional commitment to customer experience and service innovation," said Dave Caputo, Sandvine's CEO.
"Sandvine's solutions support a variety of innovative service plans. Using Sandvine's solutions, like Network Analytics and Usage Management, gives us unprecedented insight into our networks, allows us to take action on subscribers' quality of experience, and develop unique service plans to meet their needs," said Esmaeel Al Hammadi, VP Network Development, Etisalat.
Sandvine's business intelligence products help operators understand current and future trends in subscriber experience and network resource utilisation so operators can proactively decide where to allocate resources and make incremental network investments, a statement said.
Sandvine's traffic optimization products use network data to apply business rules that protect subscribers' quality of experience under all network conditions, it added. – TradeArabia News Service