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Tata Comm. Launches Cloud-Based Policy Management Solution For MNOs

Tata Communications Ltd. or Tata Comm., launched the world's first cloud-based policy management solution that enables mobile network operators (MNOs) to create differentiated mobile data services quickly and with significantly less capital investment.

Developed in partnership with Allot Communications and Openet, Tata Communications' Hosted Policy Engine allows MNOs to move beyond flat-rate data packages to deliver targeted data service offers for new revenue streams.

The Hosted Policy Engine is a pre-integrated policy management solution, which enforces traffic optimization and monetisation policies in real-time, based on subscriber usage patterns across 2.5G, 3G, 4G and WiFi networks. This allows mobile operators to create targeted service packages to optimize network resources and revenue through tiered service plans for customers.

Based on Openet's Policy Charging and Rules Function, and Allot Service Gateway, the Hosted Policy Engine means MNOs can now implement policy management cost effectively, the company said.

The industry-first policy management solution provides operators with a simple way to define and share policy application best practices, and to establish policy hubbing and consistent policy applications for roaming subscribers, tanks to its common platform and library of policy capabilities.

Tata Communications will be discussing key developments in the mobile broadband space at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 25-28, 2013.

At the BSE, Tata Communications closed Wednesday's trading at Rs.229.95, down 1.54 percent from the previous close.

by RTT Staff Writer

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