Aria Networks signs deal with China's BOCO for AI to optimize networks.

December 7, 2016

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BATH, UK -- Pioneering UK artificial intelligence (AI) firm Aria Networks has today announced a major agreement with one of China’s largest software application development and systems integrations companies, BOCO Inter Telecom Limited.

The deal will see Aria’s AI-powered analytics and optimization software deployed by BOCO at telecom service providers, initially within two of China’s 31 provinces. China is home to several of the world’s largest fixed mobile and fixed line service providers, with more than half-a-billion 4G subscribers alone.

Aria Networks uses AI to predict the need for network capacity upgrades, and to determine the optimum route design and configuration of networks. This means operators can optimize multi-million-dollar network investment and expansion plans against growing market demand, increasing agility and eliminating guesswork and the risk of overbuild.

In a market that is changing rapidly and unpredictably, the ability to intelligently adapt complex networks to meet demand in near real time offers telcos a vital competitive – and customer experience – edge.

Aria also uses AI to reveal the robustness of operator networks – the ability to cope with unplanned outages or spikes in demand, such as for global TV events. Operators can not only proactively assess the impact, but use AI to determine a network design to mitigate it. According to Aria Networks CTO Dr Jay Perrett: “Proactively reducing the impact of outages translates directly into protecting revenue and a better customer experience.”

Aria Networks Ltd.

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