Last updated: December 18, 2008 - 10:26pm
In a crowded mobile broadband market, providers need a way to differentiate themselves with value-added offerings. By using deep packet inspection (DPI), mobile providers can create service packages that prioritize and limit traffic based on subscriber, application type, time-of-day and other variables. Read this white paper to learn how DPI-based solutions provide deep business intelligence, service control and bandwidth management to help mobile providers innovate and differentiate in a competitive mobile landscape.
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