Your subscribers, customers and end users are all extremely sensitive to the quality of both their services and their experience—and they are quick to respond to issues with either. A service assurance system measures the quality of experience (QoE) that users of your network enjoy and the quality of service (QoS) that your network provides.
Today’s multiplay service providers need service assurance to prove they have met their service-level agreements (SLAs), to resolve network issues before they impact users and to reduce subscriber churn.
EXFO provides you with the tools you need to assure any service on any network. With support for true multiplay (voice, video, data and mobile), EXFO’s service assurance solutions can monitor, test and assure any service type at any point in your converged network—all on one simple, Web-based interface. EXFO’s award-winning Brix System provides:
BrixNGN continually monitors the performance and quality of real-time IP services.
BrixCall is an advanced active testing and live call signaling and media analysis application providing comprehensive visibility into the performance of VoIP, VoLTE, IMS rich-media and video call traffic.
The Brix System delivers end-to-end network visibility and continuous real-time service monitoring and verification in multiplay environments.
An advanced mobile application agent providing fully integrated BrixWorx functionalities, supporting service validation and assurance monitoring for unique visibility of network performance and customer experience.
Testing the quality of the optical link and copper pairs to assess the performance of the Ethernet and xDSL services in the access network are mandatory steps to ensure that the physical layer can handle proper IP services delivery, but it doesn’t end there.
Service providers are seeing a massive change in the way their customers consume video. Operators have long since moved beyond providing only basic video broadcasts to support multiple networking services demanded by today’s tech-savvy consumers
The world has moved to IP/Ethernet while end users have become extremely sensitive to quality of service.