Aurora Offers Monitoring

Aurora adds Web-based remote monitoring to management tools

June 10, 2008

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Aurora Networks, a global leader in advanced optical transport systems for broadband networks, has added Web-based monitoring to its management tools with the introduction of the CX3002 Network Management Module. The new capability enables cable engineers and technicians to use an Internet Explorer® or Firefox® Web browser to configure and monitor modules in Aurora’s CH3000 Chassis from any location. The Web-based management support also extends to popular hand-held devices such as the Apple® iPhone®.

The new Web-based remote management capability complements Aurora’s Opti-Trace™ desktop-based monitoring software, by enabling technical staff to check the integrity of their systems from any PC, any where. They are not tied to computers that have been previously pre-configured with special software.

“The CX3002 expands the monitoring horizon from simple desktop PCs to Web-enabled handhelds,” said John Dahlquist, vice president of marketing for Aurora Networks. “The ability to proactively and remotely manage faults on-the-go is essential in today’s fast-paced, customer-service focused environment.”

Aurora Networks Inc.

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