Vodafone Hungary installs Camiant’s multimedia policy engine

January 22, 2009 at 18:22 Leave a comment

Camiant Inc, a leading developer of policy control and application assurance technology to mobile operators, has announced that Vodafone’s Hungarian mobile unit has deployed the vendor’s Multimedia Policy Engine (MPE) on its networks. The installation of Camiant’s 3GPP Policy and Charging Rules Function (PCRF) compliant system will ensure that Vodafone Hungary will be able to ensure that its subscribers have the highest QoS over its broadband network. Vodafone Hungary says the new platform will enable it to curb bandwidth overuse without punishing subscribers who exceed their download caps with excess charges fees or by cutting off their access.

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