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  • TEOCO joins Ciena’s Blue Orbit initiative to accelerate SDN and NFV deployments

    TEOCO’s Service Assurance platform, Helix, will complement Ciena’s Blue Planet orchestration platform to provide operators with a solution for automating operations and processes for virtualized and hybrid networks.

  • Tier 1 North American service provider selects TEOCO for Service Operation Center (SOC)

    TEOCO has been selected to provide Helix, its end-to-end Service Assurance solution – as part of its complete Enterprise business transformation project for a Tier 1 service provider in North America led by Amdocs, the leading provider of customer experience solutions.

  • TEOCO strengthens its Analytics capability with PreClarity acquisition

    TEOCO will subsume PreClarity software and personnel into its existing market-leading data analytics capabilities. This will augment TEOCO’s existing expertize in delivering Analytics, 5G, VoLTE, NFV and IoT solutions to new and existing customers globally.

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Latest White Paper

M2M growth necessitates a new approach to network planning and optimisation

TEOCO commissioned Machina Research, the world's leading provider of strategic advice on the newly emerging M2M, IoT and Big Data markets to investigate the network management challenges that M2M will pose to mobile operators. The research findings are outlined in a white paper entitled 'M2M growth necessitates a new approach to network planning and optimisation'.


“Connected cars, as with other M2M devices, don’t behave like smartphones,” said Matt Hatton, founder and CEO, Machina Research. “They represent a very diverse set of challenges to operators through highly varying network traffic patterns at different times of the day.”