Sonus IQ for Mobile Network Operators
Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) are in the midst of a transformation as fixed, cable and wireless networks converge, while at the same time 4G/Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology promises exciting multimedia services previously only imagined. This shift enabled MNOs to compete with over-the-top (OTT) providers and build a new business model as they deliver an improved user experience with innovative new services. The Sonus IQ services delivery architecture can help. The Sonus IQ architecture leverages Sonus’ current product set to enable MNOs to move to a secure, intelligent, real-time communications network with the ability to provision voice, video and IP services quickly and securely.
- Well-designed policy and analytics engines can help VoLTE networks run hotter while still maintaining Service Level agreements (SLAs), thereby reducing capital expenditures and maximizing operating resources.
- Advanced Software Defined Networking (SDN) technologies enable MNOs to differentiate between internal best effort traffic and latency sensitive real-time communications traffic, thus improving VoLTE network utilization for voice, video and Unified Communications (UC) building a smarter VoLTE network results in operational expense (OpEx) savings.
- Network security allows sessions to be encrypted allowing MNOs to provide differentiated services to their users
Sonus IQ is a service delivery architecture comprised of Sonus products that together form a service delivery platform for a MNO. Sonus IQ provides network security as well as real-time network resource allocation which allows tiered offer establishment. A few examples:
- The Sonus Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) IQ platform optimizes circuit utilization - mitigating unnecessary and costly overprovisioning and changing the way capacity planning is addressed
- Utilizing Sonus virtual SBCs and PSX applications MNOs can use intelligent policy on a session by session basis depending on the real-time application (voice, video, IM) being used.
- Sonus SBCs and Diameter products provide reliable security for the network edge as well as scalability as LTE networks expand
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