Empirix IntelliSight and E-XMS Fully Compatible with Huawei’s FusionSphere Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Infrastructure. Empirix is thrilled to share the news about our IntelliSight and E-XMS technologies being certified for integration with Huawei’s NFV environment. The certification involved extensive interoperability testing for functions including data acquisition, mediation, advanced troubleshooting, real-time monitoring and data analytics, and […]
Empirix announced today that a 3-year contract with a Tier 1 North American telecom operator was recently signed for $19M USD to improve the quality of performance of the operator’s mobile voice, VoWiFi and VoLTE networks, to score and increase customer experience satisfaction, and reduce OpEx related to mean-time-to-repair (MTTR).
For both fixed and mobile service providers, maximizing the effective use of network capacity is becoming key to increasing revenues and assuring the quality of experience for customers.
Voice over LTE (VoLTE) holds major potential for Mobile Service Providers (MSPs), including the promise of a better user experience, increased cost efficiencies, differentiated Voice Quality of Service (QoS), and more. Yet these mind-blowing potentials don’t come without a price. The world of VoLTE is very complex and it takes some real planning to fully understand and handle […]
The phrase Active Monitoring can mean many different things, ranging from a periodic ping to verify that a server is reachable, to an HTTP transaction to measure responsiveness of a website, to a multi-party voice transaction to determine the quality levels that users are experiencing. Today, I am going to focus on active voice transactions.
WebRTC doesn’t come with a back end infrastructure, especially not one that can harmonize all the different protocols, codecs, various services and devices available today. CSPs however, are perfectly aligned to leverage their current IMS/PacketCable implementations to compliment the WebRTC services that they or their customers are looking to deploy.
To start the process off, perform a “Network Readiness Assessment” or NRA. Note, however, that this concept means different things to different people. I have seen some customers perform NRAs on their own in a variety of different ways, I’ve seen third parties perform them for customers, and some IP Telephony vendors require that the NRA be performed by them in order for them to support their product.
Among many reasons we’ve been growing is the critical value we provide to our customers. When we are out talking with customers who typically provide voice and data solutions to their clients, we continue to hear more than ever that there is an increasing demand for a great customer experience – and customers become very vocal when they don’t get it. Social media just underscores the immediacy of that criticism and the large impact a complaint can have in a very short amount of time.