Proactively mitigate risks to the customer experience
Optimize LTE network and reduce QoS impact by detecting traffic bursts
Locate bottlenecks to improve overall network capacity
Immediately identify and correct any network misconfigurations
Optimize fault failover to eliminate downtime
Ability to predict and mitigate future failures
Tools to proactively assure and optimize QoS and QoE even under adverse conditions
Per-flow measurements for microsecond precision
Ultra-granular sub-second sampling
Integration into existing management and orchestration systems
“Our definition of success in SDN and NFV deployments is to use a wide range of hardware instead of vendor-specific appliances, while remaining heavily focused on QoS and QoE—Quality of Experience—for the customer. To reach that level of network traffic sophistication you have to have analytics in place to understand what is going to happen in your network, track and analyze this data, and use it to provide and manage QoS.”
Ashish Singh, GM/VP Products, SK Telecom
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