Allot and Nokia Siemens Partnership Enables Russian Operator to Deploy Revenue Generating Services

 

Allot Communications
announced that a Russian fixed and mobile operator with over 25 million
subscribers has deployed Allot Service Gateway Sigma (SG-Sigma) platforms to
offer revenue-generating parental control and anti-virus services to its
subscribers.

 

Nokia Siemens Networks
acted as prime integrator on this joint project, which is the first major win
to result from the strategic partnership between the companies.  The
solution has been initially deployed in two key hubs within the operator’s
network.

 

SG-Sigma
acts as a nexus point in the operator’s network, accurately identifying traffic
in real time at high speeds, and enabling intelligent policy-based steering of
subscriber traffic to these value added services.  The solution identifies
those customers who have subscribed to the service and steers only their
traffic to the relevant VAS platform, allowing optimized deployment of VAS
infrastructure.

 

The centralization of network intelligence and service
deployment in SG-Sigma enables the operator to quickly and efficiently activate
these services, accelerate time-to-revenue and increase ARPU.

 

This deployment is proof
that Allot and Nokia Siemens Networks have a successful blueprint for
monetizing network traffic,” said Dmitry Serdega, Head of Sales Business
Solutions, Russia
at Nokia Siemens Networks Russia.   The synergy between our two companies
ensures that subscribers have real choices to enhance their Internet
experience.”

 

This deployment highlights
how Allot and Nokia Siemens Networks have played a critical role in uncovering
new sources of revenue for the operator by enabling them to offer a wide range
of scalable, value added services,” said Andrei Elefant, vice president of
Product Management and Marketing, Allot.

 

By TelecomLead.com Team
editor@telecomlead.com