Amdocs, the provider of customer experience solutions, was awarded VoLTE Innovation of the Year for the Amdocs advanced voice/video calling solution while Amdocs Centralized Management and Optimization Solution was voted the Network Optimization Innovation of the Year at this year’s Telecom Asia Readers’ Choice & Innovation Awards 2016, at an event held in Singapore on 30 Nov. The annual awards recognize technological innovation and industry contributions made by top vendors in the Asia Pacific communications space as voted for by service providers.
The Amdocs Centralized Management and Optimization solution is a radio access network (RAN) optimization solution that embeds multi-vendor network intelligence to enable mobile network operators to deliver optimal coverage and capacity in complex, multi-vendor networks across 2G, 3G, and LTE/ 4G. Using the power of data sharing, automation, embedded network intelligence and equipment independence, this solution helps service providers resolve mobile network performance issues faster, target resources and network optimization efforts where it matters most, understand and enhance customer experience, and achieve greater return on network investment.
Amdocs, advanced voice/video calling solution is an innovative solution to help address network complexity, optimize customer experience and maximize return on network investment. The solution builds upon a unique blend of key features – network equipment independence, proven expertise and unparalleled flexibility – to provide distinct technical and commercial benefits. This solution is part of the Amdocs Network Solutions portfolio.
Telecom Asia organizes The Readers’ Choice & Innovation Awards each year to recognize the technology innovations and accomplishments of the top telecom vendors operating in Asia Pacific. Now in its ninth year, the awards program continues its heavy emphasis on innovation. The editorial team, along with select analysts and industry experts, narrowed down nominations in 21 categories to a shortlist of 95, representing 52 companies, before voting was open to the service providers.