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At a very rudimentary level, policy management is software that uses business rules or logic to control subscribers’ access to specific applications, services, or network. Over the last few years, policy management has evolved to handle not only static data such as subscriber, network, and device information, but also dynamic, session-based data such as the network bandwidth requirements of an application, which network routes or hops should be used to deliver the best QoS to a subscriber, and what QoS a subscriber is entitled to under his service agreement. GET FURTHER INSIGHTS FROM THIS WHITEPAPER:
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