Combining industry-leading probe technologies with advanced data discovery, Empirix provides clients with a unified view of both mobile and fixed networks. By taking a subscriber-centric approach, Empirix helps its clients deliver excellence in customer experience, empowering them to make network and business decisions that reduce risk and drive revenue increases.
This year’s Genesys conference, CX17, was hosted in Indianapolis, Indiana, which is also the headquarters of its latest acquisition, Interactive Intelligence. The event was full of people and excitement around seeing both product lines come together—and the Empirix team was ready to match that excitement with the celebration of our 25th anniversary of the Hammer Test platform!
In the highly-competitive mobile and fixed-line telecommunications space, providing a differentiated customer experience is critical to reducing costs and churn, and to increasing top-line revenues. Customer experience is not a unified concept; it is a combination of customer behaviors, expectations, and lifestyles. However, many organizations still lack the requisite visibility to collect all the information needed to ensure delivery of a top-notch customer experience.
Projections made in early 2016 predicted soft spending in the telecommunications service provider space. Empirix’s innovative solutions and ability to show clear value with an immediate, strong return on investment helped the company overcome these headwinds and achieve its best fourth quarter bookings in its history.
I was able to escape the blizzard-like conditions of New England winter for three sunny days in Las Vegas to attend the Avaya International User Group. Despite the recent restructuring announcement by Avaya, more than 2500 people registered to attend and hear about the latest and greatest that Avaya has to offer. Some highlights of […]
To date, it appears most of the MSPs that have deployed VoLTE have relied on active testing to effectively “spot check” the end-to-end service improvements and overall performance. Very little appears to have been done to look at overall QoE across the entire customer base.
As Mobile technology moves towards 5G there’s an increased rollout of small cells capable of supporting low latency, low data rate applications like smart energy, building security, infrastructure, retail and healthcare etc. It may still be several years before we see the first, commercially viable applications actually in operation.
Service providers are demanding more from their customer experience and service assurance solutions because they have a keen awareness of the richness and value of the information that flows across their networks. Reliably and accurately extracted, this information can be used to help manage not just the network, but also the services offered and the devices deployed. Insights can be also be gained around the performance of providers’ vendors and—most significantly—the experiences and value of their customers.
Companies migrating to an Agile development methodology have seen the benefits of accelerating deployments with smaller, more focused feature sets per release, but they have also experienced the pain of grouping those feature sets into workable code capable of being released to the public—without sacrificing quality.
Designed for use by a service provider to manage the performance of all mobile devices on its network—2G, 3G or 4G—the solution generated interest from not only service providers, but also from network equipment vendors who are in the process of investigating not only the next generation in network technology but, more significantly, user or application devices capable of hosting next-generation services.