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ADB Unveils New Products at the Broadband World Forum

ADB launched several innovative new technologies that enable service providers to improve customer experience and reduce costs at this year’s Broadband World Forum (BBWF) in London.

ADB debuted at the London Broadband World Forum a new, enhanced Epicentro range of broadband access solutions, now integrated with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) technologies. These enable service providers to reduce both CAPEX and OPEX associated with the delivery of broadband business services.

ADB has also joined HPE’s OpenNFV Partner Program. ADB’s integration of multiple NFV and SDN standards provides operators with an effective method of deploying a complete and fully integrated end-to-end solution for multi-site enterprises.

ADB will also launch its next-generation Troubleshooting Suite (TSS), which enables service providers to more effectively diagnose and resolve issues impacting their services. The TSS is designed to support a series of new technologies that enable providers to proactively Identify service degradation before customers start to notice it.

Offering a greater breadth of services across a wider set of end-user devices, the new TSS product combines ADB’s experience with CPE design and end-to-end managed broadband solutions. It enables operators to execute a complete diagnostic workflow helping identify root causes of service issues thus providing faster and effective resolutions.

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