Improve Service Delivery and Quality of Experience While Holding the Line on Costs

Your network brand is built on the quality of service your customers experience. Allot Traffic Management solutions give you the tools and technologies you need to deliver more services to more subscribers with the Quality of Experience (QoE) they expect, while keeping costs in line with your budget.

Gain complete traffic visibility and control

Your traffic management strategy is only as good as the traffic you can identify. That’s why Allot’s superior traffic classification gives you granular visibility of application, user, topology, and IoT traffic on your network, including encrypted traffic, asymmetric traffic and BGP autonomous systems. Allot’s comprehensive classification database is seamlessly and continuously updated to ensure that you can monitor all the latest applications and protocols. Once you can see and understand what’s happening on your network, you’re in control.

Keep pace with QoE demands on your network

Allot’s comprehensive toolkit for policy and QoS enforcement, lets you manage network efficiency and quality of service according to dynamic network conditions, congestion thresholds, application requirements, and subscriber expectations. Only Allot lets you map your network elements into logical rules that determine how subscriber, application and service plan traffic on those elements will be managed. With Allot, you become self-sufficient in implementing and automating your QoE management strategy rather than require constant and costly vendor assistance to make changes.

Assure Quality of Experience on any access

Your network’s ability to deliver consistently good quality of experience (QoE) is critical to customer satisfaction and retention. Degraded performance for popular video and web content will result in more calls to customer support and more churn. Allot solutions for intelligent TCP traffic acceleration, video optimization and web compression help you to control and improve the delivery of video and web content while reducing the bandwidth they require. Allot multiservice platforms integrate the most innovative optimization technologies to assure service delivery and quality of experience.

Control congestion where it occurs

Your ability to control congestion at any point in the network helps to reduce costs and maximize quality of experience. Allot solutions let you monitor and control the quality of experience delivered per network resource such as mobile cell or CMTS channel/bonding group. Allot identifies congestion conditions according to predefined user QoE thresholds, and automatically enforces QoS policy to alleviate the congestion and maintain quality of experience for subscribers attached to the affected element. Once congestion conditions subside, your regular traffic management policy resumes.

Keep illegitimate traffic off your network

Unpredictable service disruptions or slowdowns can be caused by DDoS flooding attacks, or constant port-scanning by infected botnets in your network. With Allot’s multiservice platform you can easily add Allot DDoS Protection to your arsenal, in order to detect and surgically mitigate attacks before they disrupt service availability and QoE. By deploying Traffic Management and DDoS Protection in the same multiservice platform, Allot helps you optimize network throughput and service delivery every day of the week, and be ready to neutralize DDoS attacks when they happen.

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