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Tekelec to Present Revenue-Generating Strategies and Business Models at LTE North America 2012

Diameter Signaling and Policy Are Keys to LTE Service Innovation

MORRISVILLE, NC -- (Marketwire) -- 11/06/12 -- Mobile broadband solutions company Tekelec will present strategies for operators to monetize mobile data at LTE North America 2012, November 13-15 in Dallas.

Executives will highlight findings from the Tekelec LTE Diameter Signaling Index™ to show how new LTE service tiers and personalized pricing plans will drive unprecedented levels of Diameter traffic, the essential signaling messages to establish and enable mobile data activity.

Tekelec's report shows that global LTE Diameter signaling traffic is growing three times faster than mobile data traffic. North American LTE Diameter messages per second in 2012 nearly equal the total number for the rest of the world. The company forecasts North America to remain the largest region for LTE Diameter traffic through 2015, due to rapid growth of LTE subscribers and services.

Tekelec is a Gold Sponsor of the show's Signaling Storm Focus Day on November 13th, and has two presentations:

  • "Leveraging the New Diameter Network to monetize and manage mobile data" at 11:30 a.m. President and CEO Ron de Lange will explain how billions of connected mobile data devices cause a surge in Diameter signaling, and what operators can do to monetize mobile data using session, policy and subscriber data management.
  • "Optimizing the network to provide the best possible end user experience" at 4 p.m. Jason Emery, assistant vice president of product management, will join a panel moderated by Monica Paolini, president of Senza Fili Consulting and also including Stéphane Téral, principal analyst at Infonetics Research. The panel will examine the economics of network optimization, the role of Diameter signaling and policy control to create service plans and manage quality of service, and new cloud, machine-to-machine (M2M) and over-the-top (OTT) business models.

In addition, Tekelec will present "Monetizing mobile data in LTE networks" at the main conference on November 14th at 2:55 p.m. Houck Reed, vice president of product management and operations, will show why Diameter messages are the "good" type of network signaling and provide mobile data monetization use cases.

Tekelec leads the Diameter signaling control market with 22 DSR customers, and has a 75 percent to 85 market share according to industry analyst firm Exact Ventures. The company was also recognized as the leading independent policy vendor by market share for the third consecutive year, according to research and consulting firm Analysys Mason.

Supporting Resources
Tekelec LTE Diameter Signaling Index: Forecast Report and Analysis 2011-2016
Diameter Signaling Controllers: Forecast Report & Analysis 2012-2017 Excerpt
Diameter Signaling Control Market Report Excerpt
New Diameter Network: Managing the Signaling Storm White Paper
New Diameter Network: Over-the-Top, Clouds and Machines White Paper
Policy Everywhere: A Strategic Imperative for Digital Lifestyle Providers white paper
Why Tekelec for Policy: Key Considerations in Selecting a Next-Generation Policy Server

About Tekelec
Tekelec's intelligent mobile broadband solutions enable service providers to manage and monetize mobile data and evolve to LTE and IMS. We are the architects of the new Diameter network, the foundation for session, policy and subscriber data management. More than 300 service providers use our market-leading solutions to deliver cloud, machine-to-machine and personalized services to consumers and enterprises. For more information visit www.tekelec.com.

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