Openet and VPIsystems Partner for Network and Subscriber Optimization
August 2, 2010 - Openet
DUBLIN, Ireland – August 2, 2010 – Openet, the leading provider of Transactional Intelligence for the world’s largest and most innovative network service operators, and VPIsystems, the leading provider of predictive network analytics software, today announced a strategic partnership to bundle Openet’s FusionWorksTM Policy Manager product with VPIsystems’ predictive analytics technology.
Openet has long been using policy management to address traffic and bandwidth challenges, and as wireless operators continue to seek network transparency, network analytic capabilities are becoming increasingly crucial.
“VPIsystems’ predictive analytics engine unlocks network intelligence, helping mobile service providers apply network aware policies, reducing customer churn and considerably improving the subscriber experience,” said Tito Sharma, CEO of VPIsystems. “This partnership brings a sophisticated approach for wireless service providers who are working to optimize their subscriber experience.”
Openet is a leading worldwide provider of event processing and transaction management solutions. The Transactional Intelligence of the company’s solutions extracts increased value from diverse service provider networks, enabling rapid introduction of new services and reliable, cost-effective management of existing services. Openet is focused on delivering best-in-class network edge solutions and specialized engagement processes that create business value from network activity. A global company, Openet’s implementations include long-running engagements with the world’s leading service providers such as BT, Orange, AT&T and Verizon Wireless. For more information, visit www.openet.com.
VPIsystems provides accurate translation of subscriber, device and application growth into network impact analysis and traffic management enabling mobile service providers to make real-time business decisions. The company’s software enables optimized solutions for the massive bandwidth requirements in backhaul and core networks. Serving the telecommunications industry since 1997, VPIsystems has been the leading vendor of design and planning applications to network operators worldwide.
Headquartered in Holmdel, NJ, and with offices in Europe, Asia and Australia, VPIsystems’ software is used by over 150 communications service providers, network equipment manufacturers and leading-edge research institutions to assess current and future capacity needs, and optimally plan QoS-constrained service networks and underlying network infrastructure. For further information, visit us at www.vpisystems.com.