Proxilliant Promotes Cable Health
MAYNARD, Mass. -- Proxilliant Systems Corp. extended its service health management solution today by unveiling the next generation of Proxilliant’s Cable Access Management System (CAMS) – CAMS 2.0 – to enable exceptional operational cost savings and service quality levels demanded by cable operators in this economic and competitive climate. CAMS 2.0 has delivered proven benefits of intelligent, proactive and neighborhood-level service health management in successful pilot deployments conducted recently with leading operators in the US and Europe:
- CAMS 2.0 reduced the Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) for HFC plant-related outages by 50- 60%.
- CAMS 2.0 reduced the MTTR for HFC service performance degradations by 60-75%.
- CAMS 2.0 nearly doubled the efficiency of proactive plant-related truck rolls. Many times, multiple issues were resolved per individual dispatch.
- CAMS 2.0 instantly and permanently reduced noise and ingress by 3 to 10 dB in the return
path. Beyond improved service reliability and plant stability, these performance gains across
the upstream spectrum pave the way for successful DOCSIS 3.0 upstream channel bonding
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