Tekelec to Demo Diameter Network at Mobile World Congress 2012
Tekelec (News - Alert), a front runner in the Diameter signaling market, announced that it is going to unveil the New Diameter Network at Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) 2012. The Diameter Network is expected to ease the management of mobile data and signaling traffic growth across 3G, LTE and IMS network.
In a press release, Tekelec claimed that the new Diameter Network can be the foundation for a successful mobile data business. The new network, based on the company’s Diameter Signaling Router can enable the service providers to profitably manage the rapid growth in signaling and data traffic.
Billions of connected devices and applications, along with new service plans, are creating a signaling storm among network and operators need to prepare for the signaling storm of new subscribers, smart devices, new applications and personalized data plans. According to Tekelec, its Diameter Signaling Router centralizes routing, traffic management and load-balancing tasks to create an architecture that enables the IMS and LTE (News - Alert) networks to grow incrementally to support increasing service and traffic demands.
At the upcoming Mobile World Congress, Tekelec is going to demonstrate how its Diameter Signaling Router, the core of the New Diameter Network, can help service providers successfully monetize data services and manage the rapid growth in signaling and data traffic.
Other two critical components of the New Diameter Network are Next-Generation Policy and Subscriber Data Management. They allow service providers to personalize cloud, machine-to-machine and over-the-top services for enterprises and consumers, the company officials explained.
In a recent Infonetics (News - Alert) Research report, Tekelec was named the “front runner” in the emerging Diameter signaling control market. Tekelec reportedly achieved this recognition with key customer wins in North America, and the report states that, “Tekelec will continue to be a formidable competitor” because of incumbency among large operators.
Edited by Jennifer Russell