Telecommunications giant Telus has entered into a new contract with network intelligence firm Sandvine to help with the future growth of its network.
The “multi-year contract” will see Telus use Sandvine application and network intelligence solutions via Google Cloud to monitor and manage mobile data and video traffic. Telus will also use Sandvine’s 4G and 5G analytics solutions for security, customer insights and experience enhancement.
This isn’t the first time the two companies have worked together. Telus has been a Sandvine customer since 2013.
The new extension will allow Telus to meet growing demands for speed, latency and reliability, says Sandvine. It’s a must if Telus hopes to continue to offer the fastest mobile speeds in Canada.
“Our relationship with Sandvine as part of their applications and network intelligence solutions will play an important role in helping us ensure that we deliver high-quality experiences and greater security to our customers as adoption continues. of 5G, cloud and digital businesses is growing in Canada,” Ibrahim GideonTelus’ chief technology officer said in a statement.
Details on the duration of the contract and the amount paid by Telus are not publicly available.
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