Policy and Access Control
Enea Policy Manager
The Enea Policy Manager provides the PCRF and PCF functions in 4G and 5G networks respectively. The product uses flexible decision-making functions to control the subscribers’ use of network resources. It also supports network slicing and Internet of Things applications.
The Enea Policy Manager is cloud native from initial design, and builds on more than 15 years’ experience delivering subscriber applications to Tier 1 network operators. With an architecture optimized for virtualization and cloud deployments, the Enea Policy Manager provides the high availability and scaling capabilities required for 5G services.
Provide customized services
Create powerful policies
Capitalize on Internet of Things
Scalability for thousands of policies, and hundreds of thousands of transactions per second
Enea Rules Engine for easy integration and rapid implementation of customer-specific requirements
Zero-touch operations using self-management features and standard management tools
Comprehensive support for use cases, including congestion control and network slicing
Supports all major virtualization and container platforms for deployment in rivate data centers or in the public cloud
Compliance with the 3GPP Release 15 standard for PCF and PCRF functionality
Enea Access Manager
The Enea Access Manager provides the AAA and AUSF functions in 4G and 5G networks respectively, with authentication and service access capabilities. The highest standards of security and reliability are essential for cloud-native solutions and provided with this product.
Enea Unified Data Manager (UDM)
The Enea Unified Data Manager provides UDM functions in 5G networks and supports interworking with HSS in 4G networks. It supports all relevant interworking scenarios, and manages all subscriber and device data. It can also perform the 5G-EIR function and be co-located with the AUSF function.
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