With ever-tighter bottom lines, cable operators are looking to squeeze as much out of their operations as possible in an effort to control costs. A big part of that movement has been the adoption of customer self-installation technology and the reduction in truck rolls to provision new broadband services, and provisioning software leader BroadJump has been at the center of the transition.
According to new numbers from the software provider, in the first quarter of 2002, BroadJump software was responsible for activating 69 percent of all new high-speed Internet connections. To date, BroadJump has enabled activation of close to 4 million residential broadband subscribers.
At the current rate, BroadJump activation software helps service providers worldwide provision service for more than 20,000 new broadband subscribers every day.