DUBLIN -- Openet, a global leader of real-time transaction management software and services, today announced engineering advances that have dramatically improved performance of all systems within the Openet product ecosystem.
Technical innovation by Openet engineers related to protocol handling, core processing, and memory utilization have achieved up to 100 percent performance improvement.
Highlights to the product advancements include:
More than double PCRF performance. Openet engineering advances achieved more than 200,000 TPS within a single policy system in lab testing. This measurement includes the in-memory database interaction and represents more than double performance versus any other policy product on the market.
More than 25,000 TPS per blade for rating decisions. Openet’s product ecosystem includes real-time charging integrated with policy, essential to help operators create, manage and support modern business models.
Openet Telecom Ltd.
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