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David Cox to lead QoE Assurance Division, Expanding Symmetricom's Capabilities into Quality of Experience (QoE) for IPTV and other Triple Play Services SAN JOSE, Calif.
Occam Networks' broadband loop carrier (BLC) solutions enable telecommunications and other service providers to offer the most innovative voice, broadband, IPTV and full triple play services over copper or fiber.
Ixia's IxLoad[TM], IxVoice[TM], IxMobile[TM] and IxChariot[TM] test applications will be running on its field-proven Optixia XM12 platform to demonstrate test solutions for IMS and Triple Play services over mobile wireless networks.
Expands Symmetricom's Capabilities Into Quality of Experience (QoE) for IPTV and Other Triple Play Services SAN JOSE, Calif.
This report presents a concise overview of sector liberalisation and privatisation, the development of product offerings for both mobile and broadband, essential operator statistics highlighting sector development, regulatory changes and their implications, and the emergence of convergence and triple play services in these two central and important markets.
Additional Information Incorporation of Triple Play Service by Telco's Challenges the Cables Operators in the CATV Test Equipment Markets As telecom operators increasingly offer triple play services, they are emerging as a potential threat to cable operators.
Our customer base is expanding rapidly, continuing proof that our long-term business strategy of advanced triple play services over FMC (Fixed Mobile Convergence) platforms attracts and retains subscribers.
From Fitch's view point, 2006 will be characterized by the emergence of the triple play service bundle facilitated by the wide spread launch of digital telephony services using voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) technology.