Issue #2003 - 07
INFRASTRUCTURE, PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Actix to Supply Agilent Technologies with Software to Improve Wireless Network Optimization
London, UK - February 19, 2003 - Actix, the global provider of wireless network and service performance software, has announced that it is developing and supplying Agilent with a version of its optimization and analysis software for integration with Agilent's portfolio of wireless optimization and performance solutions. Actix claims that by combining Agilent solutions with its Diagnostic Visualization (DV) software, will enable mobile operators to improve efficiencies, lower operational costs and improve the performance of their networks and services.
The DV software used with Agilent's Wireless Network Optimization Platform provides data visualization and manipulation tools that track the root causes of network problems. The combined solution illustrates the two companies' dedication to interoperability and open data access for wireless industry players. Without compatibility between different vendor network optimization solutions, operators are forced to perform additional data integration processes that result in slower performance, greater cost, reduced accuracy and lost information.
"Actix and Agilent customers can be confident in the knowledge that the investments they are making today will continue to be compatible and will provide open access to all key network information in the future," said Rob Dobson, CEO of Actix.
For more information: http://www.actix.com
MobileInfo Comments and Advisory: Provision
of tools to optimize wireless networks in terms of dropped calls is
an important service to network vendors network service providers.
Actix understands subscriber experience and Agilent has diagnostic
expertise. The two companies together form a good team to address
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