Diameter signaling controller market set to double in 2013

By : |January 31, 2013 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: Global revenue from Diameter signaling controllers jumped over 900 per cent in 2012 over 2011. The use case for Diameter signaling control has expanded well beyond centralized routing to include PCRF binding, LTE-to-LTE roaming, LTE-to-2G/3G roaming, and HSS address resolution, finds market research firm Infonetics Research.

“On the back of explosive growth in 2012, the Diameter signaling controller market is set to double this year as operators across the globe continue to build out LTE networks and as mobile broadband usage soars,” notes Diane Myers, principal analyst, VoIP, UC, and IMS, Infonetics Research. “As more and more operators deploy LTE and Diameter traffic grows, the requirements for signaling control – both within an operator’s own network and between operators – also increase, making Diameter signaling controllers a necessity.”

Tekelec, an early mover in the Diameter signaling controller space, remains the market leader thanks to high-profile wins in North America and Asia Pacific and is well positioned with an installed base of SS7 customers and leading position in the policy market, it adds.

F5 Networks and Acme Packet are also making good headway in the Diameter market with market-ready products and key customer wins. Going forward, the large telecom equipment providers are expected to push hard into the Diameter signaling control space.

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