Actix Geo-located Customer Experience for LTE shortlisted for prestigious Telecoms.com LTE Awards 2013.
Actix Geo-located Customer Experience for LTE has been shortlisted in the prestigious Telecoms.com LTE Awards 2013 which recognises network and/or device testing products that are exceptional in their area. Actix’s LTE solution provides live actionable insight into subscribers’ LTE RAN experience, segmented by customer group, location and device, driving customer-centric SON. Deployed at multiple operators worldwide the insight they have gained has been invaluable, enabling them to deliver dramatic improvements i
Mobile operators have no shortage of subscriber data: operators know demographic information such as the age, gender and home address of their subscribers; they know which phones subscribers are using and they know where and how subscribers use mobile products and services.
Roberta Prescott, RCR Wireless talks to TIM Brazil about the benefits of Actix's Network Optimization solution
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Rise of small cells, big data and LTE strategies to dominate 2013 mobile network landscape, predicts Actix
Small cells and big data are set to shape the mobile industry agenda in 2013. Mobile operators will also be challenged to maximise the marketing impact of LTE rollouts, while maintaining 2G and 3G network performance.
Actix believes, four key trends will determine the mobile network landscape in 2013:
Move continues Actix growth in Latin American market
London, December 11, 2012 – Actix, the leader in mobile network analytics and optimization solutions, has today announced that TIM Brasil, the Brazilian subsidiary of Telecom Italia Mobile, has deployed its ActixOne solution. The agreement reflects Actix’s continued growth in Latin America and follows the announcement of record sales in the region earlier this year.
Minimize customer churn, reduce LTE rollout risk and improve vendor governance
Actix is delighted to announce we will be exhibiting at Middle East Com Telco Summit, December 4th – 5th, Dubai. We will be demonstrating our world-beating network analytics and optimization solutions that are helping operators such as Etisalat, Du, Zain and Orascom to reduce churn, minimise risk in network rollouts and modernisation programmes, and ensure managed service providers deliver on their promises.
Using subscriber, network and location insights to overcome churn and attract new business
Tapping into mobile network performance data that typically sits with engineering teams will enable mobile operators to unleash the potential of geo-marketing and overcome subscriber acquisition and retention challenges.
Actix are pleased to announce that the ActixOne Version 6, network analytics and optimization platform has achieved Oracle Database, Solaris, Linux, VM, Exadata and SPARC SuperCluster Ready status through Oracle Partner Network (OPN).
The ActixOne repository is based on the scalable Oracle database platform, which allows mobile network optimization data to be brought together, synchronized, and archived in a single location.
ActixOne supports Oracle Database 11gR2, Oracle Linux 5.5, Oracle SPARC SuperCluster, Oracle Solaris 11 and Oracle VM Server for x86 v3.
Actix is delighted to announce that it will be exhibiting at Futurecom 2012, stand B21 in response to increasing demand from its rapidly growing Latin American customer base.
Visitors to the Actix stand will see demonstrations of Actix’s world leading range of network analytics and optimization solutions including:
LTE network rollout & network modernisation
Winner of Telecoms.com LTE Awards 2012 – Best Test/Measurement LTE Product
Actix mobile network analytics and optimization software deployed on over half of worldwide LTE networks
London, UK. May 16 2012: Actix, the world leader in mobile network analytics and optimization, announced it has secured its 60th customer for its LTE Network Acceptance solution. As the pace of LTE rollouts increases Actix is already supporting most of Europe, Asia and North America’s early deployments.