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Bangla Trac implementing QoS solutions from Cataleya

Bangladeshi service provider Bangla Trac has selected Cataleya to streamline traffic management and improve quality of service (QoS).

Cataleya, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Epsilon Global Communications group, will supply its Orchid One session and application manager to enable a high performance switching environment while leveraging end-to-end network visibility and big data analytics.

Bangladesh has about 20 international gateway operators which terminate through seven selected aggregators, managing all international traffic. Bangla Trac was selected for this and in turn has needed to scale its switching capacity to accommodate.

Orchid One will enable Bangla Trac to scale to meet this new demand, while also providing high performance switching capacity and traffic management. The service offers near real-time analytics and reporting plus guaranteed QoS end-to-end, a wide variety of codecs and built-in transcoding.

“Our business has changed dramatically over the past few months and we needed a solution that could scale to serve rapid growth in our network traffic. We chose Cataleya because of its proven scalability as well as its ability to deliver quality in some of the most demanding situations,” says Md. Zainal Abedin, Director & CIO at Bangla Trac.

The Orchid One Network Session and Application Manager is specifically designed to enable the delivery of IP communications services and high-performance applications. It delivers full end-to-end QoS and quality of experience (QoE) with visibility from the transport to applications layers, which is critical for the delivery of IPX-enabled networks.

“Through the pilot for this deployment Orchid One delivered consistent quality and scalability that Bangla Trac can depend on. This is critical in a market that is changing quickly with subscribers that are hungry for high performance services,” says Jay Jayasimha, Chief Executive Officer at Cataleya.