AT&T Selects Radcom vProbes for Network Monitoring

AT&T is migrating network probe functions to the cloud with new service assurance software from Radcom.

August 3, 2016

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DALLAS -- AT&T is migrating network probe functions to the cloud with new service assurance software from Radcom. This move supports AT&T's continual shift to network virtualization. Virtualizing service assurance functions will boost performance optimization and also help identify and isolate network issues to maximize customer experience.

Migrating AT&T's network functions to software running on the cloud lowers cost and boosts capabilities and scale. Virtualizing AT&T's probes will help with network visibility and performance monitoring. The provider will integrate the virtual probe (vProbe) functions into its network through ECOMP, AT&T's infrastructure delivery platform that powers its software-centric network.

AT&T's selected RADCOM because of its functional strengths, especially in virtualization, scalability, performance and efficiency. The service provider will use its MaveriQ software to deploy vProbes as virtual network functions running on the AT&T Integrated Cloud (AIC).

Since AT&T announced our 2020 virtualization goal, the company has surpassed its first major objective by virtualizing 5.7% in 2015. In 2016, AT&T is targeting 30%.

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)

Radcom Ltd.

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