OTTAWA, Ontario, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Bridgewater Systems (TSX: BWC), the mobile personalization company, today announced that it has set high performance benchmarks for the mobile control plane for 3G and 4G networks as part of the mobile packet core testing (http://www.lightreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=196419&) conducted by the European Advanced Network Test Center (EANTC). For more details, read Heavy Reading's new whitepaper "Control Plane Scalability and Performance Requirements for 3G and LTE Networks."
Carsten Rossenhovel, Managing Director, EANTC AG
"The EANTC tests are the first publicly available, comprehensive performance tests of Cisco's mobile packet core supported by Bridgewater's control plane solutions, carried out by an independent testing organization. A high performance control plane is critical in meeting future operator requirements for mobile data networks."
Gabriel Brown, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading
"Smartphone use cases, end-user applications, and the way devices interact with the network, are evolving rapidly. This makes the control-plane performance of mobile packet core equipment critical to operators as they manage this transition and design their networks to meet future requirements."
David Sharpley, Senior Vice President, Bridgewater Systems
"In collaboration with Cisco, Bridgewater has set the industry performance benchmark for the 3G and 4G control plane. These independently validated results for the Bridgewater Home Subscriber Server and Policy Controller reflect our continued commitment to exceeding the carrier-grade performance and scalability requirements of our customers as they deploy next generation mobile networks."
Bridgewater Systems, the mobile personalization company, enables service providers to efficiently manage and profit from mobile data services, content and commerce. The company's market leading mobile personalization portfolio provides a real-time, unified view of subscribers including entitlements, devices, networks, billing profiles, preferences and context. Anchored by Bridgewater's Subscriber Data Broker™, the portfolio of carrier-grade and standards-based products includes the Bridgewater® Service Controller (AAA), the Bridgewater® Policy Controller (PCRF) and the Bridgewater® Home Subscriber Server (HSS). More than 150 leading service providers including America Movil, Bell Canada, Clearwire, Cox, Hutchison Telecom, Iusacell, Scartel, SmarTone-Vodafone, Sprint, Tata Teleservices, Tatung, Telmex, Telstra, and Verizon Wireless use Bridgewater's solutions to rapidly deliver innovative mobile services to over 150 million subscribers. For more information, visit us at www.bridgewatersystems.com.
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