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February 10, 2011 10:00 ET

Tekelec Showcases Solutions to Increase Mobile Data Revenues and Optimize the Customer Experience at Mobile World Congress 2011

CMO Susie Kim Riley Speaking at "Network Breaking Point" Panel to Offer New Approaches for Working With Over-the-Top Application Providers

MORRISVILLE, NC--(Marketwire - February 10, 2011) - Mobile World Congress Hall 1 Stand 1F44/1G49 -- At Mobile World Congress 2011, broadband data management company Tekelec (NASDAQ: TKLC) will tackle two key challenges facing mobile operators: increasing mobile data revenues and improving the customer quality of experience (QoE) . 

At the show, Tekelec will highlight its new RAN-aware policy management and mobile video solutions which combine the Camiant Policy Management Product with the Performance Intelligence Center and the Subscriber Data Management solution.

Easing Network Congestion

Tekelec's radio access network (RAN) solution gives operators the real-time performance and subscriber intelligence they need to dynamically adjust network and subscriber policies based on traffic conditions. The result is reduced network congestion, guaranteed service levels, and improved transparency and upgrade options for subscribers.

Optimizing Mobile Video Services

Mobile video represented half of all traffic on global mobile networks in 2010. As video services continue to grow, Tekelec's mobile video solution will help operators improve video content delivery and offer flexible pricing and service plans. According to Tekelec's "Mobile Video Consumer Survey: Identifying Win-Win Pricing Plans," nearly half of subscribers would pay an additional $5/month for unlimited browsing that includes video limits.

Tekelec's market leading, policy-based solutions are being deployed by 44 operators serving over 280 million customers globally. This includes 32 tier-one operators such as Verizon Wireless, Vodafone Group, Telefónica, and Sprint.

"This year mobile operators are focused on service innovation to accelerate revenue growth and in particular, optimize their networks for mobile video," said Susie Kim Riley, Tekelec's chief marketing officer. "Dynamic policy management combined with real-time network and subscriber intelligence will be critical for operators looking to improve network performance and offer personalized services to their subscribers."

Join Riley at the Mobile World Congress "Network Breaking Point" panel where she will discuss ideas to address the critical issues regarding the impact of over-the-top services to the operators' mobile broadband business case. She will be joined by: Livio Borgogno, core network director at Vodafone; Chris Neisinger, executive director, network planning at Verizon; and Michael Luna, chief technology officer of SEVEN Networks Inc. The panel is scheduled on Tuesday, February 15th from 4:15-4:45 p.m. in Hall 5, Room 6.

Supporting Resources

Policy Control and Mobile Video
Improving the Customer Experience with RAN-Aware Policy Management 

About Tekelec
Tekelec enables billions of people and devices to talk, text and access the Web. Our portfolio delivers a unique layer of intelligence allowing service providers to both manage and monetize the exponential growth in data traffic and applications. Tekelec has more than 25 offices around the world serving customers in more than 100 countries. For more information, please visit www.tekelec.com.

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