Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Procera Cites New Sales and Expansion Orders

Procera Networks provided the following sales updates:

  • $4.0 million in orders from two new European mobile operators, including a Tier 1 operator, and including an expansion order from an Asian Tier 1 mobile operator. Procera said that by deploying its PacketLogic Intelligent Policy Enforcement (IPE) systems, these three mobile operators can leverage fine-grained, subscriber-aware analytics and advanced policy-based control to monetize their LTE investments and maintain their subscriber's quality of service and experience. Most of the revenue from these orders was recognized in the second quarter of 2013.
  • a Tier 1 service provider in Western Europe has awarded Procera a multi-million dollar expansion order. This customer previously selected the PacketLogic PL20000 following extensive competitive product evaluation and testing that included many stand-alone and integrated competitors.  Procera expects to recognize the revenue from this follow-on order in the third and fourth quarters of 2013. Procera's PL20000 is designed to deliver fully personalized services in a policy enforcement configuration on a massive scale. It offers support for up to 320 Gbps of throughput configurable per platform, multi-system performance scaling to 5 Tbps, and the capacity to handle up to ten million subscribers and 120 million active flows.
  • Tata Communications has chosen Procera's PacketLogic Intelligent Policy Enforcement (IPE) systems to enhance its mobile network operator (MNO) managed services portfolio. Tata Communications' Hosted Policy Engine (HPE) is a management and enforcement platform which offers customers reduced complexity, costs and time for deployment and ongoing operations. The hosted implementation provides a pre-integrated best-of-breed policy control infrastructure solution on a "pay for consumption" basis. The platform enables service providers to granularly manage and monetise subscriber and application traffic across heterogeneous packet networks including CDMA, GSM, LTE, WiFi, and fixed broadband.


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