BroadHop Works With DPI Majors

BroadHop announces the release of pre-integrated and tested solutions with all leading DPI platforms

October 3, 2011

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DENVER -- BroadHop, Inc., the leader in next generation policy control platforms for telecom operators, today announced that its advanced policy management platform, Quantum Network Suite has successfully completed interoperability with all major deep packet inspection (DPI) solution providers including Allot, Arbor, Cisco, Procera and most recently Sandvine. Quantum Network Suite’s flexible and open platform ensures that operators now have the widest range of vendor support for deploying best of breed policy management and DPI solutions in their next generation 4G/LTE mobile networks.

BroadHop’s Quantum Network Suite, now fully interoperable with Sandvine’s Network Policy Control system and Policy Traffic Switch (PTS), enables real-time network service control and dynamic scalability providing fixed and mobile network operators the ability to deliver exciting new services with greater quality of service (QoS) for an enhanced subscriber experience. The pre-integrated solution offerings support 3GPP standards requirements for Diameter Gx/Gy and SOAP/Web Services. BroadHop Quantum Network Suite’s dual capability for both IMS and non-IMS application interfaces enables both standards-based and legacy platform management simultaneously - a critical capability for maximizing application delivery flexibility and service velocity.

“We are delighted to offer our customers the broadest vendor choice and the most powerful and flexible policy features available for controlling their fixed and mobile networks through these Quantum-powered pre-integrated solutions,” said Jim O’Brien, Vice President, Business Development, BroadHop, Inc. “The Quantum Network Suite enables our customers to deliver and monetize more personalized value added services faster than ever before - vital to our customers competing in hyper competitive markets or those deploying 4G/LTE networks. They are now able to move well beyond deploying basic services, such as fair use, and bandwidth throttling solutions – and can focus on delivering innovative solutions such as video optimization and personalization, converged charging for content services, and enhanced delivery and monetization of Over-the-Top (OTT) applications.”

BroadHop Inc.

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