Empirix Inc. announced that Cox Communications Inc. will use its “Hammer XMS” voice-over-Internet-protocol-monitoring system for its VoIP rollouts across the MSO’s Nortel Networks “DMS/CS2K” and Cisco Systems Inc. “BTS” network-switch installations.
Empirix said the software can track thousands of simultaneous calls, and it provides network diagnostics and service-optimization statistics on VoIP and time-division-multiplexing protocol performance.
“Empirix’s Hammer XMS VoIP-monitoring technology will help us to ensure that current and future IP-based services delivered to our customers meet standards that exceed their expectations,” Cox vice president of network planning, operations and engineering Richard Mueller said in a prepared statement.
Cox plans to expand its VoIP footprint into five new markets this fall.
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