Mobile Networks Work Smarter with Eden-NET

Eden Rock’s industry-leading SON solution, Eden-NET, is a new layer of cloud software intelligence for 2G, 3G, and 4G wireless networks. Eden-NET performs centralized, multi-vendor, multi-technology SON. It dynamically adapts wireless networks for optimally meeting the demands of active subscribers. The solution provides a complete SON operating system as well as an established toolbox of essential SON Modules. Eden-NET is highly extensible, enabling effective customization of existing SON modules and creation of new SON modules. It provides a data adaptor functionality block, offering its services through a specific API following a Service Oriented Architecture Model.

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With its comprehensive external systems integration and patented SON algorithms, Eden-NET performs autonomous network optimizations, workflow automation, network reliability automation and dynamic network adaptation. The Eden-NET architecture and functionality have been influenced by leading mobile operators to fully meet their needs and it has been field-proven. Eden-NET delivers the ultimate in mobile network performance, reliability, and operational efficiencies.

Eden-NET contains key ingredients needed to realize the full potential of SON and deliver optimal network performance, network reliability, and operational efficiency.

Each Eden-NET SON Module provides benefit to mobile operators in the form of more efficient operations, improved network reliability, and/or improved network performance.

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