Satisfy More Policy Control Use Cases Faster
The Sandvine Policy and Charging Rules Function (PCRF)—the Service Delivery Engine (SDE)—lets your entire network leverage the intelligence and power of the Sandvine Policy Engine so you can satisfy more policy control use cases, faster, on your existing policy enforcement infrastructure.
Sandvine is the undisputed leader in best-of-breed network policy control: the Sandvine Policy Engine is empowering hundreds of communications service providers (CSPs) worldwide to implement fair-use policies, congestion management solutions, quota-based plans, and wildly innovative prepaid and postpaid subscriber services.
The Sandvine PCRF - the Service Delivery Engine (SDE) - lets you implement many of these same use cases with your existing third-party Policy and Charging Enforcement Functions (PCEFs), including gateways (e.g., GGSN, P-GW, etc.) and even other DPI devices. The only requirement is that the enforcement device accepts 3GPP Diameter Gx. Choosing the Sandvine Policy Traffic Switch (PTS) as your PCEF/TDF lets you leverage the industry’s best traffic classification and proven subscriber service creation.
A long, proven history of interoperability tests (IOTs) and support for industry standards ensures predictable functionality and deployment timelines, so you can get your new solutions up and running at the speed of the market.
The market moves fast, and subscribers move faster…we help you to keep up
Tomorrow’s hot app or new service request can show up without warning, and you need to be able to move quickly to take advantage of new opportunities and respond to competitive threats. By productizing policy control and making service definition accessible, we let you act when you want to: right now. With the Service Delivery Engine (SDE), you won’t be waiting for months or years for a professional services engagement, and you won’t have to pay armies of contractors to produce throw-away code.
Maybe you want to launch a partnership with the latest app for unlimited data usage, or maybe you just want to update your fair-use policy and congestion management solution to account for a surge in video related to a major sporting event…or maybe you want to do something so new, no one’s even thought of it yet. With the Sandvine Policy Engine, and the PCRF capabilities of the Service Delivery Engine, you can.
“Limitless Possibilities” meets “Easy To Use”
Our ServiceDesigner interface, the world’s first drag-and-drop PCRF GUI, is deceptively simple to use but impressively powerful. By leveraging prepackaged building blocks and setting your own conditions and values, you can design and deploy a new service in minutes, without worrying about what’s happening behind-the-scenes.Click to enlarge
Policy and Charging Control (PCC) with Sandvine
With more than 100 successful PCC deployments, Sandvine is powering the world’s most innovative services. Around the world, we’re helping CSPs implement fair-use policies, protect their subscribers from the impact of network congestion, and launch new revenue-generating services:
Success Story: Digicel Wireless Delivers Free Basics by Facebook
Free Basics by Facebook provides subscribers with free access to basic Internet services—connecting people who are otherwise unconnected.
Digicel has embraced this initiative, and is introducing Free Basics at multiple properties throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. To expedite service launches and ensure they work correctly, Digicel’s Free Basics deployments use a standardized API within Sandvine’s network policy control platform to connect directly to Facebook for service updates.
Success Story: VivaCell-MTS Offers a Zero-Rated Perk
VivaCell-MTS has been using Sandvine’s subscriber services solutions since 2009 to help them achieve their commitment to provide innovative and quality services to Armenia’s subscribers.
Success Story: Econet Knows Exactly How to Delight Their Customers
Econet Wireless Zimbabwe introduced fixed-price bundles that let subscribers use as much WhatsApp as they want per month, per week, and even per day. Subscribers can share photos, videos, voice notes, locations, and files on their favorite application—with no cost surprises.