Cerion Announces Service to Protect Operator's Brand during High-Profile Public Events

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Have you ever been at a sporting event where your mobile device has five bars of signal yet are not able to make a call? In large public events, smart devices with transaction intensive mobile data applications can create network congestion resulting in call or internet access rejections. These service denials result in frustrated customers and potential loss of revenue.

Will Egner, CTO

Cerion has successfully demonstrated this service in 2008 during the US Presidential Inauguration in Washington, DC and again at the 2011 Super Bowl in Dallas, Texas.

Cerion Optimization Services Inc., a Texas-based engineering firm, has announced the launch of a Special Event Capacity Planning service. The solution is designed for operators in the midst of planning for the Olympics, Super Bowl, World Cup, and Political Convention events, and want to mitigate the risks and exposure to their brand should their network not be able to accommodate the increased traffic.

The Special Event Capacity Planning service includes traffic modeling, demand assessment, network re-engineering, extensive “what-if” scenario planning, and recommendations ensuring capacity is sufficient to handle the increase in subscribers and traffic.

Furthermore, Cerion’s enterprise software platform is the only proven solution capable of handling multi-vendor, multi-technology, multi-layer, and multi-configuration planning operations across functional groups.

“We are currently assisting operators in the UK with their preparation for the 2012 Summer Olympics.” added Egner.

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