JDSU Launches RoamerNet MaxG Service
June 15, 2010
RoamerNet MaxG Service, a global managed service for mobile operators that speeds the testing of high-bandwidth video and data applications has been launched by JDSU. The newly introduced service also is compatible with emerging 4G/LTE technology.
At CommunicAsia, being held in Singapore, JDSU will display its leading communications test and measurement solutions, including RoamerNet MaxG.
JDSU's RoamerNet, with a global footprint in more than 70 countries, supports testing of advanced roaming services including video telephony and video streaming as well as existing tests for voice, data and Simple Messaging Service.
To give mobile operators the tools to deliver the highest quality and reliability of today's popular broadband applications, the managed service also supports the testing of web applications, downloads and content verification.
'Mobile operators need to continue managing the critical revenue streams they derive from roaming customers,' David Opsahl, vice president in JDSU's Communications Test and Measurement business segment, said. 'As the mobile customer base moves beyond simple voice roaming to advanced data services and video communications, our RoamerNet MaxG managed service addresses this need head-on.'
The operators, with the help of JDSU's RoamerNet MaxG are able to validate roaming Service Level Agreements and investigate any performance issues while assuring continued revenue streams from roaming.
The service offers higher test throughput and capacity, improved reporting, dashboards and diagnostics.
A clear path to 4G/LTE is also offered to the operators, through the industry-standard architectural approach of JDSU'S RoamerNet MaxG.
JDSU RoamerNet MaxG, structured as a managed service, helps operators to eliminate the capex, staffing costs, expertise and time-to-market delays experienced by operators who choose to set up their own monitoring infrastructure.
The entire service on the customer's behalf including all test configuration, management and analysis is operated by JDSU. It also offers report visibility via secure, web-based portal access.
In related news, JDSU has introduced the first field-portable solution for 'one-way delay' testing, which is an enhanced version of company's T-BERD/MTS -6000A Multi-Services Application Module.
Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Alice Straight