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Policy Control - PCRF

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The telecom industry is rapidly changing. The phenomenal increase in use of 4G mobile Internet, DSL and cable broadband services is causing network congestion. With billions of broadband subscribers worldwide, the issue of network clogging is becoming frightening. We are on the verge of an explosion in data traffic.

Increasing network capacity or deploying new networks are two expensive and time-consuming solutions which, at best, offer temporary relief. Other solutions involve bandwidth capping and throttling. Although they mitigate the problem by reducing overall traffic, from a subscribers’ perspective they are intolerable.

Subscribers will not accept excuses for bandwidth limitations – if they do not get a positive customer experience, they will look for alternative solutions.

Communication service providers can now manage and monetize broadband and mobile broadband services with an integrated policy control and online charging (PCRF) framework – Leap Policy Control – based on FTS’ Leap Business Control and Charging Function (Leap BCCF) Foundation.

Contact us to request additional information about FTS' policy control and charging solution.


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FTS (Formula Telecom Solutions) provides convergent billing, charging, customer care and policy control software solutions that have greater flexibility and provide greater independence for communications and content service providers, resulting in a dramatically lower total cost of ownership (TCO).  FTS deploys its full range of end-to-end and add-on policy management and telecom billing systems and services in mobile, wireline, cable, wireless, content, M2M, cloud and broadband companies in over 40 countries, including multiple converged, cross-network billing platform installations.