New social media analytics from Actix enables operators to identify and target new revenue opportunities
ActixOne update allows operators to track social media data beyond their networks for a complete customer experience picture
London, 21st February 2013 – Actix, the world leader in mobile network analytics and optimization, has integrated live social media sources into the ActixOne platform, enabling mobile operators to identify new revenue opportunities in untapped areas of demand and target these with pinpoint precision.
Actix report reveals the current ‘state’ of the mobile network and shows the impact of people, places and devices
- Less than 30% of mobile data sessions are user initiated
- Only 5% of locations are responsible for half of network traffic
- Smartphones released in 2012 generate 2.5 times more traffic per subscriber than smartphones released in 2009
- LTE delivers on early performance claims but on lightly loaded networks
- If Blackberry users switched to Apple or Android, mobile traffic would increase by 20%
London, UK – 12 February 2013: Using real-world data from eight network operators across four continents, a new study by Actix reveals how the dynamic interp
Starts new fiscal year with 40% increase in backlog
London, 8 February, 2013 – Actix has announced record orders for its RAN analytics and optimization platform, known as ActixOne, for the fiscal year that ended on January 31st, 2013. Global demand for the company's Customer Experience Analytics (CEA) solution was the basis for the strong performance.
Integration validates Actix CEA as best-in-class
London, 5 February, 2013 – Actix, the leader in mobile network analytics and optimization solutions, today announced that Huawei, a leading global information and communication technology (ICT) solution provider, has selected Actix’s Customer Experience Analytics (CEA) solution to form a key part of its Smartcare SEQ platform.
London, UK – 21st January 2013 – Actix, the world leader in mobile network analytics and optimization, will unveil a substantial new upgrade to its Actix Customer Experience Analytics solution on stand 6A71 at this year’s Mobile World Congress. The enhancement will mark a breakthrough in RAN analytics, providing operators with new customer insights to ensure the accurate geo-targeting of new capacity and effective optimization.
Latest customer secures 50% market share for the network analytics and optimization specialist.
London, UK – 16th January 2013 – Over 100 of the world’s mobile operators, network equipment providers, outsourcers and handset/chipset manufacturers now rely on Actix for the rollout of LTE. The milestone sees Actix with approximately 50 per cent share of the LTE rollout acceptance market.
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.
HetNet ready ActixOne platform enables operators to converge LTE, small cells, 2G and 3G networks
London, October 31 2012 – The biggest challenge facing mobile operators in 2013 will be surviving the complexity of their networks, as exponential growth in data demand drives the deployment of LTE and small cells to bolster existing 2G and 3G networks, according to Actix.
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.
Demand at transport hubs generates 100 times more load resulting in chronic RAN congestion London
June 11 2012 – Three quarters of mobile subscribers are unable to get the data speeds they want during peak times in busy locations, a study from Actix has found.
By analyzing data from a live 3G network in a major city, the mobile network analytics and optimization specialist discovered hotspots of demand from smartphones at train and bus stations generate up to 100 times more network load than immediately adjacent areas.