Sandvine said it bagged $7 million in LTE-related expansion orders in June from 3 undisclosed “tier 1 operators,” including $4.5 million from a North American op that Sandvine won over in Nov 2012 and $2.5 million in follow-on orders from 2 European mobile properties owned by a larger operator group.
LTE technology is often cited as a potential competitor to wired broadband networks and even linear video because it can reach multi-megabit speeds over traditional cellular networks. Sandvine’s upgrades will address new business intelligence on network traffic, including video quality ratings, as well as management of IPv6 traffic and overall network congestion.  
“We are pleased to see these important customers proceeding with their implementations,” said COO, sales and global services Tom Donnelly, touting what he described as “rapid implementation, reduced signaling traffic, scalability and the flexibility to support multiple policy use cases simultaneously.”

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Comcast Bullish on Streaming

Comcast is feeling upbeat on streaming, and we don’t just mean Peacock . CEO Brian Roberts reminded folks that the company owns a third of Hulu today. “That has been a tremendous company. We have an exit

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