To bring a network policy control and charging solution to broadband and wireless network providers across the globe

September 15, 2009

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DUBLIN -- Openet, a provider of Transactional Intelligence solutions for the world’s largest and most innovative service providers, today announced a joint partnership with Sandvine, a leading provider of intelligent broadband network solutions for cable, DSL, FTTx, fixed, wireless and mobile operators, to bring a network policy control and charging solution to broadband and wireless network providers across the globe.

Openet’s pedigree of innovation in the wireless industry has made it a market leader for policy management and charging through its FusionWorksTM Policy Manager and Convergent Charging products.

Sandvine offers its customers a sophisticated, end-to-end network policy control solution that allows service providers to accurately understand and optimize network performance and provide policy enforcement to address congestion, add new services, mitigate malicious traffic and enhance their subscriber’s quality of experience.

This comprehensive combined experience will enable operators to reduce churn, increase ARPU, and improve customer service through deployment of a dynamic business control layer that is both service and subscriber-aware. This combined offering enables solutions such as fair usage, service passes, roaming controls and much more.

The Openet-Sandvine’s pre-integrated, joint solution has been successfully and cost-effectively deployed in a North American wireless provider network earlier this summer.

“Given the evolution of 3G, 4G and LTE networks, operators need to be able to understand and handle subscriber access to such broadband wireless usage. Openet's heritage in high-performance event processing and transaction management software, coupled with Sandvine’s network intelligence and network policy control capabilities–means that we jointly deliver a best-of-breed solution,” said Mike Manzo, CMO of Openet. “This is crucial for operators looking to monetize new and existing service offerings.”

Openet Telecom Ltd.

Sandvine Inc.

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