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JDSU unveils NetComplete assurance solution

Mon, 06/16/2008 - 8:15am
Traci Patterson

JDSU has launched an assurance solution that enables network operators to manage reliable performance wireless backhaul issues.

The company’s NetComplete system helps operators migrate from a Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM) switched circuit environment to Ethernet/IP technology.

NetComplete includes OSS software, the QT-600 Ethernet probe and the CENTEST 650, as well as other JDSU Ethernet test portables, such as the HST-3000 triple-play services handheld tester. The solution gives operators full reach into the network and provides end-to-end service turn-up and performance monitoring that is standards-compliant and helps eliminate potential issues related to network element interoperability and upgrade.

"The JDSU wireless backhaul test solution lets operators seamlessly keep pace with next generation backhaul systems and successfully manage the transition from TDM to Ethernet, leveraging our leading Ethernet test capabilities and service assurance systems that provide full monitoring and troubleshooting," said Jerry Gentile, VP in JDSU's Communications Test and Measurement business segment. "Operators need end-to-end visibility in the network to quickly identify problems, decrease mean-time-to-repair and avoid SLA penalties."

JDSU will exhibit its wireless backhaul and business class Ethernet test solutions at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo in Philadelphia next week.

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