8 of Top 10 Telecommunications Service Providers Use Infobright to Capitalize on Big Data
Infobright's Analytic Database Used for Fast Analysis of Network and Call Data at Significantly Lower Cost and Effort Than Traditional Databases
February 27, 2012 --
BARCELONA, SPAIN -- (Marketwire) -- 02/28/12 -- Mobile World Congress -- Infobright today announced substantial customer growth and momentum in the telecommunications space, with 8 of the top 10 communications service providers using its analytic database to quickly and cost-effectively mine the massive volumes of data being generated by rapidly growing network traffic. This momentum is based on the increasing adoption of Infobright as an embedded database within leading telecommunications and mobile advertising solutions from companies such as Sonus Networks, Polystar, Mavenir, IMImobile, Bango, and InMobi.
With exceptionally fast query performance, outstanding load speed and deep compression capabilities, Infobright enhances telecom applications by enabling near real-time and virtually maintenance-free data analysis that gives communications service providers insight into a host of areas that directly impact competitive advantage. Whether providing network operations personnel the ability to drill down into hundreds of terabytes of call detail records to pinpoint network issues or enabling marketing executives to gain a better understanding of subscriber behavior, Infobright lets users do fast, ad-hoc analysis without database tuning. Furthermore, compression rates of up to 40:1 mean that data growth can be supported with far less storage and server infrastructure.
The benefits of using Infobright have been detailed in numerous case studies and announcements from leading companies including:
- Sonus Networks - Sonus chose Infobright as the new embedded analytic database within its VOIP Network Analytics solutions that measure and monitor network performance, giving Sonus customers the ability to do fast, ad-hoc analysis and immediate drill-down into specific control points to quickly identify the cause of service-affecting problems.
- Bango - This leading mobile payments and analytics provider deployed Infobright to accommodate their huge business (and corresponding data) growth without spending a fortune on more servers, storage, and administrative resources.
- Mavenir - This mobile infrastructure provider has embedded Infobright to quickly load, store and analyze large volumes of transaction records so that its mobile operator customers can use reports and search tools to improve service and measure the business performance of IN or IMS services.
"Cisco's recently announced forecast for global mobile data growth predicts an 18-fold increase in traffic over the next five years, reaching 10.8 exabytes per month by 2016," said Don DeLoach, CEO of Infobright. "This type of data can offer a treasure trove of intelligence for service providers on everything from subscriber behavior and advertising performance to billing accuracy and service quality, or prove to be an expensive burden if businesses can't get a handle on the volume. Infobright's analytic database was specifically designed with today's exploding data challenges in mind, providing a highly efficient and affordable way to load, compress, and swiftly analyze huge amounts of machine-generated data."
Infobright's high-performance database is the preferred choice for applications and data marts that analyze large volumes of "machine-generated data" such as Web data, network logs, telecom records, stock tick data and sensor data. Easy to implement and with unmatched data compression, operational simplicity and low cost, Infobright is being used by enterprises, SaaS and software companies in online businesses, telecommunications, financial services and other industries to provide rapid access to critical business data. For more information, please visit www.infobright.com or join our open source community at www.infobright.org.
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