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March 11, 2014

RADCOM Secures Deal with Major Brazilian Operator

Tel Aviv-based RADCOM has had a successful year so far thanks largely to its MaveriQ solution. In fact, the company states that the momentum it has gained from MaveriQ was a factor in a new deal it has struck up with “a major network operator in Brazil.” RADCOM recently commenced the initial phase of the multi-year deal worth around $3.5 million.

The deal will cover the Brazilian operator’s entire 3G and LTE network, providing new agility to reduce operating and capital expenditures.

In particular, this tier 1 operator purchased RADCOM’s system to provide service assurance for its data networks. For this, RADCOM supplied a single solution running on the recently launched terabit MaveriQ probes.

Put simply, MaveriQ is RADCOM’s first NFV-based network analytics probe. It’s designed to handle assurance and customer experience management challenges — which are becoming more common as service providers deal with an explosion of data traffic. This was the case with the Brazilian cellular operator; it was looking to better manage increased traffic and continue providing a high quality of service to its customers.

MaveriQ not only addresses issues that stem from increased traffic now, it should mitigate possible future issues as well, primarily in terms of deploying new LTE networks or the upgrade process of existing networks. MaveriQ offers enhanced end-to-end VoLTE monitoring as well, making it the clear choice for operators that want to offer the service in the future.

"We are excited by the momentum generated by our MaveriQ technology, a powerful service assurance solution which confirmed RADCOM's advantage over the competition," said David Ripstein, CEO of RADCOM, in a statement. "This deal is a realization of our business strategy which concentrates on increasing our hold in LATAM and APAC markets and the shift we made to a software-based solution, ready for NFV (Network Functionality Virtualization)."




Edited by Cassandra Tucker


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