Rennes, France, February 5th 2013 – Astellia will showcase Nova 4G, its new generation of monitoring solutions at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. In the world of 4G monitoring Nova is taking a quantum leap with its leading edge technology coupled with Astellia’s accrued experience over the past ten years. Nova is designed to improve mobile operators’ business performance, optimize end-to-end data service quality and enhance user experience. Nova is already deployed at several European and North American Tier 1 operators to monitor, analyze and visualize their LTE network performance in real-time.
Nova meets Network Operations and Customer Care teams’ requirements by carrying out network and customer analytics to detect, troubleshoot and report issues. Nova also cleverly addresses marketing and sales teams’ needs, to help them uncover new business opportunities. Nova features the unique capability to analyze 100% of the user plane traffic measuring customer usage and experience for any mobile applications such as Twitter, YouTube or Facebook.
By offering a comprehensive suite of web-based applications, Nova can grasp the huge amount of information captured by Astellia’s intelligent and high capacity Neptune probes. Nova consists of 3 fundamental components:
“Based on Frost & Sullivan’s market knowledge, we feel that with its new monitoring solution Nova 4G, Astellia reconfirms its competitive advantage by responding to the network and data optimization needs of operators by providing an end-to end insight into their business performance.“ says Olga Yashkova-Shapiro, Senior Analyst Communication Test & Measurement at Frost and Sullivan. “Nova 4G allows different teams within their customer organizations to effectively use this solution and gain complete visibility into the real user experience of their customers. “ she adds.
“With Nova 4G, mobile operators are fully equipped to manipulate big data and leverage crucial intelligence throughout their organization. By rapidly monetizing their 4G investments and offering outstanding user experience from day one they will undoubtedly outperform and outpace competition.” states Frédéric Vergine, Vice President Products at Astellia.
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