The path to LTE

Tekelec

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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