Orange Cote D’Ivorie Enhances Network with Enea’s Traffic Analysis and Policy Control Software

Enea’s software aids Orange Cote D’Ivorie in managing data traffic efficiently for quality service.

Orange Cote D’Ivorie, the leading Ivorian service provider with more than 15 million voice and broadband customers, is continuing to develop its network and data services. With the latest traffic analysis and policy control software from Enea, the operator will more effectively manage service assurance and user experience for the ever-increasing volumes of data traffic.

The main focus for us is to run the best network and continue enhancing the quality of service for our users. To succeed, we need data from powerful analytics tools. Enea is a proven supplier with whom we are happy to build a long-term relationship for advanced and innovative software that matches our needs.

Rolly Ehouman, CTO, Orange Cote D’Ivorie

Orange Cote D’Ivorie, with over 15 million customers, is a leader in landline, mobile and internet sectors. Moving to a cloud-native architecture will secure future expansions and provide a more agile, secure approach to service delivery.

The flexibility of Enea’s policy, classification, and analytics solution will enable Orange Cote D’Ivorie to continue delivering great quality of service in the face of an exponentially increasing demand for internet access. Using a cloud-native, scalable solution will help gain valuable insights for planning and performance management, cost effectively.

Roland Steiner, Senior Vice President, Network Performance and Applications, Enea

The Enea Dual-Mode Policy Manager provides consistency and cost benefits through a single, common subscriber profile, and can scale to handle real-time policy decisions for fixed access including fiber to home. Its virtualized deep packet inspection engine enables operators to enhance service assurance and secure data access.

For the implementation, Enea will be working in close collaboration with the systems integrator Smart Innovation Centre.

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