Orange seeks 4G QoS boost in Moldova

Orange is hiring network and subscriber intelligence firm Astellia to improve quality of service on its 4G network in Moldova.
The operator’s local unit aims to improve quality of service on its LTE network, which currently covers a million people in the Eastern European country. It will use Astellia’s kit to analyze usage of the 4G network, KPI trends, and manage fallback to 3G networks.
Dumitru Russu, network performance team leader at Orange Moldova, says the deal with Astellia will enable it to offer “unsurpassed 4G performance, best in class services, and enhanced customer experience,” in a country that has one of the world’s “most advanced telecommunication services.”

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