Tuesday, April 10, 2012

[Heavy Reading] - More on the PCRF/DPI Market

Ray Le Maistre (pictured) published some more details from  the recent Heavy Reading report on the PCRF/DPI market (see "[Heavy Ready]: 2011 Policy Management & DPI Market Reached $1B; TEMs Gain Higher Share" - here).

"In the policy server market, we believe that the major telecom equipment vendors saw faster growth, as a whole, than specialist vendors. ... Much of the momentum for these major vendors has come from their position as suppliers of core network equipment such as GGSNs, which has pulled through a lot of new policy business," notes the report's author, Heavy Reading Chief Analyst Graham Finnie"
"Those same large vendors, plus the likes of Cisco [here], Hewlett-Packard [here] , Juniper Networks, Tellabs [here] and ZTE now account for more than half of the policy server and deep packet inspection (DPI) sector covered by the report, a market that was worth more than $1 billion in 2011 and which is due to grow to about $2.7 billion by 2016 .. most specialists are also seeing robust growth"

See "Policy Specialists Squeezed by Vendor Giants" - here.

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