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Mahindra Comviva new Smart Policy Controller version 5.0 allows 100 million Subscribers on Single Server


Mahindra Comviva a pioneer in providing mobility solutions introduces its latest version of the Smart Policy Controller Ver.5.0. The latest version will help service providers to mitigate the Capex/Opex for managing data traffic and significantly increase the ROI.

The new version can tackle over 100 million subscribers on single server and back Convergent Data Plans – Single subscriber identification, which will leverage subscriber to have one data plan that can be used across multiple networks of the operators such as 3G, LTE, Wi-Fi, fixed broadband, Wi-MAX regardless of the number of devices.

It is also very flexible in allowing individuals to share their data bundle with other subscribers. The solution has extensive technical and engineering advances that would significantly improve the performance of its policy function.

The Smart Policy Controller is known to be integral for the overall broadband portfolio enhancing the ability of service providers to create and launch data plans independently, thereby, enabling rapid go-to-market, reduced TCO, large bouquet of data plans for both fixed broadband and wireless networks. Talking on the latest version, Zunder Lekshmanan, Head of Messaging and Broadband Solutions, Mahindra Comviva said, “With the finest engineering minds, we are able to scale, overcome intricate problems and improve upon the solution wherein service providers could offer compelling and differentiated services and at the same time laying foundation for future evolution of the policy control function. As service providers are offering multi network services, there is a surge in demand for flexibility and scalability of policy control function to meet the dynamic and evolving needs from growth in data traffic. Our new Smart Policy Controller version is created keeping in mind the business needs, offering differentiated and contextual services with the best in class user experience. This we believe would result in profitable revenue growth of data services.”

With this new version, consumers do not have to subscribe to multiple data plans.


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