Redknee Supports Vodafone Germany's Virtualization Strategy
Policy Charging Control BroadbandJune 27, 2014
Redknee Solutions, has secured a deal with Vodaphone Germany to provide unified Business Support System (BSS) product portfolio into its private cloud environment, enabling the Tier 1 network operators to implement their virtualization strategies.
Redknee's real-time Unified Charging is supporting Vodafone Germany's virtualization strategy to reduce costs and enhance customer experience. Redknee's solution will deliver the ability to optimize existing IN services, such as Ultra Card, Wireless Office and Home Zone for IMS and VoLTE, and to future-proof 4G / LTE network investments.
Redknee highlights that their unified product consisting of real-time converged charging, policy management, billing and customer care solutions, are serving more than 200 service providers, including some of the largest Tier 1 operators in the world. These solutions are available on-premise, cloud-based and as a Software-as-a-Service offering.
"Redknee has a long-standing and trusted relationship with Vodafone and is pleased to support its virtualization strategy. Redknee's flexible and adaptable solution empowers Tier 1 service providers to easily scale to meet the demands of future growth. Through expertise and leadership, Redknee supports innovative service providers using virtualized systems to launch new business models, deliver differentiation and increase their market presence. This demonstrates Redknee's expertise and capability to provide Tier 1 operators and communications service providers (CSPs) with highly flexible and scalable solutions that integrate seamlessly without disruption to the network, operational processes and the subscriber experience." - Lucas Skoczkowski, CEO, Redknee
"As a global communications business, it is our goal to provide the best services to connect our customers and to enrich their experience. By introducing Redknee's Unified product into Vodafone's private cloud environment, we have the ability to launch services faster to the market, reduce hardware costs, cater to increasing traffic flexibly, and support existing and future requirements, such as IMS, real-time online charging and VoLTE." - Rui Frazao, Director Network Engineering, Vodafone, Germany
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