Camiant opens new offices in Europe, Asia Pacific

Mon, 10/05/2009 - 8:15am
Mike Robuck

Policy control vendor Camiant is gaining traction abroad, and in order to support recent international deployments, it announced today that it has opened new offices in Madrid, Spain, and Nanjing, China.

Camiant also announced the appointment of Paul Hancock as its managing director for EMEA operations.

Hancock joined Camiant from Allot Communications, where he was vice president of carrier sales for EMEA. He has more than 14 years of telecommunications industry experience, having held executive sales positions at Acme Packet, Sonus Networks and Nortel.

Since June, Camiant has added six new international broadband service providers across Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. International customers currently account for more than half of Camiant’s policy control platform.

Camiant said European, Middle East and Asia Pacific operators are using its Multimedia Policy Engine (MPE) to provide special bandwidth and rating offers to more finely targeted market segments, or to dynamically manage network congestion in order to maximize network utilization and control capital expenditures.

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