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LTE services provider Telstra expands its marketing penetration


LTE services provider Telstra expands its marketing penetration
Enterprise Telstra Global is delivering LTE (Long Term Evolution)roaming services thru the numerous regional markets by means of dedicated Tekelec's Diameter Signaling Router (DSR).
DSR is ensuring the efficient diameter signalling gateway for Telstra Global's IPX applications released nearly one month ago. It empowers the secure access and exchange of credentials in matters of verification, on-line billing, financial operations and networking procedures, associated with the diameter protocol to support customers’ LTE powered utilities while circulating on international markets. "Providers are verifying continuously how to optimize the advantages that LTE networks bring up, and international roaming is the initial activity," explained Tejaswini Tilak, VP at Telstra Global. "Tekelec is a true innovator in this industry, with the massive scalability, security and strategic attitude for us to cover the regional LTE demands and regulatory issues, as well as capitalize on expanded global mobility and ever augmenting mobile data subscription rates." Telstra Global IPX Service delivers a unique platform that empowers mobile operators to promote new utilities and applications, in order to use all the benefits of always popular operational features such as mobile games, video telepresence with superb and efficient end-user performance. It is brought up across the massive and efficient Telstra Global's scalable and hosted VoIP MPLS key network which streamlines traffic in dual directions, as for legacy, as for mobile platforms, enabling Telstra Global to cooperate and conjoin efforts with mobile operators that have already aimed onto LTE realm and strategies. In accordance with the latest market research from consulting firm Parks Research, nearly 53 percent of the global 4G/LTE subscribers by the last quarter of the current year will be in the Asia-Pacific area and regional spots. "LTE will overhaul the essential mobile data business patterns and operational models thoroughout the world, and one of the essential and basic building blocks is a proven IP data and signal exchange," commented Tekelec CTO Doug Suriano. "Telstra Global's shown up true leadership and innovative approach, where service providers have absolutely unsurpassed abilities to grow up their service offers and address all the subscribers’ demand for LTE engines." Tekelec is on the top of the diameter routing market having nineteen announced customers and an some 75 to 85 percent of dynamic marketing share, in accordance with the industry analyst company Exact Ventures.


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