The path to LTE

The migration path to LTE is studded with obstacles, but service providers can execute the successful transition if they incorporate these crucial elements in their strategies:

  • A scalable control plane
  • Non-siloed subscriber data management
  • Dynamic, centralized policy management
  • QoE management, via end-to-end performance visibility, throughout the entire migration process

The combination of these four elements ensures that service providers can get and stay ahead of the ever-growing demand for bandwidth, control their capex/opex costs, create new revenue streams and deliver consistently high QoE for their subscribers.

All of these capabilities translate into stronger margins and sustainable success in an ultra-competitive marketplace.

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