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Accedian Offers Virtual NID for Cable Ethernet

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MONTREAL -- Accedian Networks, the pioneer of Performance Assured Networking™ solutions, today announced a Cable Operator/MSO solution, which consists of the new antMODULE combined with the award-winning Accedian V-NID™. This solution also utilizes the power of network functions virtualization (NFV) offload in order to scale this solution in a centralized manner.

“Business services are playing an increasingly important role in the cable industry's growth strategy, as shown by last week's move by Comcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK) to acquire Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC),” said Alan Breznick, Senior Analyst, Cable Technology, for Heavy Reading. "So cable operators are eagerly seeking new ways to enhance their commercial services offerings using their existing networks."

Accedian Networks’ Cable Operator/MSO focused solution delivers 24/7 performance visibility, ultra-accurate SLA measurements, automated service activation testing and advanced troubleshooting in an end-to-end manner across the Cable/MSO business services network. All this while leveraging the operator’s existing install base of cable modems, avoiding forklift upgrades, and accelerating the Cable Operator’s growth strategy.

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