JSC Ingenium has selected Enea's Qosmos ixEngine® to improve application visibility and service quality provided by its Gateway GPRS Support Node (GGSN).

JSC Ingenium is a Spanish Telecommunications Engineering company specializing in core network technologies and IoT solutions for mobile operators: MNOs and MVNOs.

JSC Ingenium has embedded Qosmos ixEngine into its GGSN, where the Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) engine classifies network traffic in real-time, in order to enable:

• Visibility of advanced communication applications (Skype, Viber, WhatsApp, etc.) 

• Quality of Service (QoS) per application and subscriber session

"Qosmos ixEngine provides the foundation for accurate application visibility and QoS," said Jose Losada, CTO at JSC Ingenium. "By integrating ready-to-use DPI software, our development teams can devote more time to their own areas of expertise, bringing advanced solutions to market faster and better serving our customers."

"With Qosmos ixEngine, JSC Ingenium now benefits from best-in-class traffic classification technology and their operator customers get detailed traffic understanding to enhance their business," said Jean-Philippe Lion, Senior Vice President of the DPI Business Unit at Enea. "I am delighted that our partnership has enabled JSC Ingenium to strengthen their offering in this way."

JSC Ingenium has operational deployments in 14 countries and provides services to more than 60 MVNOs and MNOs all over the world. The company offers a complete range of IoT, EPC and IMS Network Core infrastructure elements. The portfolio also includes a BSS system and a best in class OSS solution, for easy overall monitoring of key operational and business indicators.

Qosmos ixEngine is the de facto industry-standard for IP classification and metadata extraction, based on DPI. Telecom and networking specialists use Qosmos ixEngine to gain application visibility, accelerate development and strengthen capabilities of new solutions. – Communications Today Bureau 

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