Alvarion unveils new mobile data offloading solution for 3G and LTE Networks
Mar 01, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Alvarion Ltd, a provider of optimized wireless broadband solutions, has announced the availability of a new solution for Wi-Fi mobile data offloading in 3G and LTE networks.
Alvarion's carrier-grade Wi-Fi provides a comprehensive solution addressing the scalability, reliability and security needs of operators deploying large scale Wi-Fi networks for mobile data offloading and hot zones, the company said.
Alvarion's Mobile Data Offloading solution allows operators to benefit from increased network capacity and coverage in high traffic areas where data congestion is overloading current 3G/LTE networks. Operators can use the Wi-Fi network for more cost-effective connectivity of data users while delivering the same level of service. This allows operators to expand their network coverage and capacity, returning the original capacity to their 3G/LTE network.
By using Alvarion's Mobile Data Offloading solution, operators are able to retain customers on their network, reduce churn and improve customer satisfaction. By implementing a carriergrade Wi-Fi solution, operators can view network users and their usage information giving them insight into user behavior, the company added.
"Using Alvarion's Wi-Fi technology, tightly integrated with the mobile operators' core network, enables us to offer our customers more solutions for their growing capacity challenges," states Tal Meirzon, COO at Alvarion.
"The vision of Wi-Fi and 3G/LTE networks merging as one network is becoming a reality. Our latest offering for mobile data offloading allows operators to address the challenges of data offload and at the same time provide a high quality user experience."
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