Acision showcased its advanced messaging, mobile broadband and charging solutions at GSM>3G Middle East in Dubai, in December 2009.
“The Middle Eastern telecoms market is growing rapidly and Acision sees mobile broadband and data services being a key driver in this growth,” said Sherif Hamoudah, Acision’s SVP and GM for Middle East, Africa and Pakistan, who also spoke at the event on the evolution of mobile broadband in the Middle East, its impact on the market and the importance of shifting from traditional ARPU to ‘Profit per Megabyte’ model.. “However, for success in mobile broadband it is clear that operators need to find a way of turning mobile broadband into a profitable, long term, mass market business model. As mobile broadband uptake increases in this region so will the bandwidth consumption on the network, which will eventually present problems for mobile operators. By implementing a sound mobile broadband business model, operators can better manage their network capacity while delivering the best quality of experience, increasing their revenue streams and providing a consistently strong service proposition to avoid consumer discontent.”
Acision Broadband Mobility Suite enables operators to control broadband traffic, optimise and compress traffic flows, and differentiate the broadband model. As a result, operators can decrease network cost by reducing bandwidth consumption and minimising traffic during peak hours. Acision Broadband Mobility Suite offers policy management, policy enforcement, access optimisation, service optimisation, internet value added services management, as well as real time charging and intelligence management.