Huawei, Openet sign mobile broadband pact

August 16, 2012 - Openet

Huawei and Openet signed an MOU to jointly create and promote new business models for the growing mobile broadband market. 

Openet, a telecom transaction management software provider, has become the latest company to partner with Huawei’s mLAB to create new business models for global operators in the mobile broadband space.

Huawei’s mLAB is a mobile broadband solution research laboratory that facilitates close cooperation with industry players.

Openet will provide its policy and charging control (PCC) solutions working with Huawei’s wireless and EPC networks to determine future mobile broadband business models.

The firms said with these business models, operators will be able to optimize network resources, offer differentiated services to end users and increase sales revenues.


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