Cisco Has Acquired BroadHop
BroadHop is a leading provider of next generation policy control and service management for carrier networks worldwide.
On January 15, 2013 Cisco announced it had completed the acquisition of BroadHop, a privately-held company headquartered in Denver, CO, a provider of next generation policy control and service management for carrier networks worldwide.
BroadHop's widely deployed policy control solutions, including mobile, Wi-Fi and fixed, will be integrated into Cisco's Service Provider Mobility Group (SPMG) to provide carriers the flexibility to control, monetize and personalize the type of service they choose, on any type of network.
- Q: What is Cisco acquiring?
- A: Cisco is acquiring BroadHop, a privately-held company based in Denver, CO, and a provider of next generation policy control and service management for carrier networks worldwide. The BroadHop team has extensive software expertise in developing massively scalable policy solutions that add logic and real-time intelligence across wireline, wireless and converged networks.
- Q: Why did Cisco choose BroadHop?
- A: Cisco is acquiring BroadHop for the company's next generation technology and world-class organization. BroadHop's Quantum Network Suite solution delivers robust policy management capabilities for carriers while preserving the flexibility to control, personalize and monetize services in real-time.
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Cisco will continue to work with customers already in contract with BroadHop.
BroadHop service contracts will be renewable subject to standard Cisco terms.
Together, Cisco and BroadHop further support Cisco's next generation network.