Telecom Asia reveals shortlist for 2016 Readers' Choice and Innovation Awards

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8. Fixed Broadband Innovation of the Year
    ADTRAN XGS-PON
    Calix, Level Vectoring solutions for the modular E7-2
    Huawei Technologies and TM, “Reliable Vectoring” solution
    Nokia, XG-CABLE prototype

9. Analytics Innovation of the Year
    Cisco Systems, Tetration Analytics
    Hitachi Data Systems, Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP) 6000 for Predictive Analytics
    Nokia, Real-Time Mobile Network Analytics
    Openet, Big Data Preparation Engine
    SAP Cloud for Analytics solution

10. CEM Innovation of the Year
    Amdocs, Customer Experience Suite (CES) Version 10
    CellMining, SONATA version 4.0
    Huawei Technologies & XL, Data-mining Algorithm For Targeted 4G Migration
    LogMeIn, join.me mobile video chat for iOS
    Mycom OSI, Experience Assurance and Analytics (EAA)

11. Network Optimization Innovation of the Year
    Amdocs, Centralized Management and Optimization Solution
    Dialogic PowerApp LB – Load Balancer for Real-Time Communications
    Ericsson, Mobile Broadband for Everyone
    InfoVista, VistaNEO
    Openet, Congestion Management Solution (CMS)

12. Optical Network Innovation of the Year
    Ciena, 6500 WaveLogic Encryption solution
    Infinera, Infinite Capacity Engine
    ZTE POTN solution

13.    OSS Innovation of the Year
    Comptel, Digital Services Lifecycle Management (DSLM) Model
    Ericsson Dynamic Service Manager
    NEC and Netcracker, Agile Virtualization Platform and Practice

14. BSS Innovation of the Year
    CSG International, SingleView 10
    Ericsson Revenue Manager 16
    Fortumo Insight, smart analytics platform for mobile operators
    Redknee Connected Suite
    Sterlite Tech-Elitecore, BSS Platform for CSPs

15. Data Center Innovation of the Year
     Cisco Systems, Nexus 9000 switches
     Nokia, OCP designs for AirFrame Data Center Portfolio
     ZTE, uSmartDC

16. Test & Measurement Innovation of the Year
      Anite, FAST-OTA
      EXFO, World’s First G.Fast Handheld Test Set
      NetScout, Test Lab Optimization platform
      Rohde & Schwarz, SmartMonitor
      Viavi Solutions, InterferenceAdvisor

17. Telecoms Security Innovation of the Year
      Allot, Secure Dome
      F5 Networks Standalone Carrier-Class Firewall
      Fortinet, FortiOS 5.4 cybersecurity operating system
      Gigamon, Metadata Engine for their GigaSECURE Security Delivery Platform (SDP)
      Nokia, NetGuard Security Management Center

18. Video Platform Innovation of the Year
     Ericsson MediaFirst Video Processing
     NAGRA, intuiTV
     Quickplay, mobile content delivery network (CDN)
     Verimatrix, Verspective Operator Analytics
     ZTE Big Video 4K+

19. Future TV Innovation of the Year
     Brightcove, OTT Flow
     Harmonic, VOS Cloud
     Kaltura, Video Platform as a Service (VPaaS)
     Ooyala AppStudio, turnkey over-the- top (OTT) solution
     Viaccess-Orca, Voyage — TV Everywhere as a Service (TVaaS) Cloud-Based Platform

20. IoT/M2M Solution Innovation of the Year
     Ericsson, IoT Accelerator
     HPE Edgeline IoT Systems
     Huawei Technologies, end-to-end Narrow-band IoT (NB-IoT) Solution
     Qualcomm, Connected Car Reference Platform
     ZTE NB-IoT AnyLink platform

21. Smart City Innovation of the Year
     Ericsson, Smart Metering as a Service
     Huawei Technologies, Safe City Solution
     IBM Watson IOT Platform
     Nokia, IMPACT platform

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