Accedian Networks' professional services group has front-row seats to the FIFA World Cupô, but is interested in a different kind of performance. Accedian engineers, supported by local partner HTCOM, are working around the clock to monitor the performance of the largest national network bringing the games to the world.
To meet the telecommunication demands of the FIFA World Cupô, a leading international service provider partnered with Accedian to ensure the network carrying mobile, data and broadcast-media delivers exceptional quality of service (QoS) throughout the event.
The World Cup network connects 12 stadiums, airports, press centers and other key venues, providing global access through transmission hubs in SÃo
The same Accedian platform now concurrently monitors the performance of each service sharing inter-site connections. Ultra-precise, continuous measurements immediately detect even slight performance variations affecting 3G & LTE mobile, broadcast, Internet and data traffic, ensuring each service offers consistent quality under demanding conditions.
"Our team understands the impact high-density network use can have on service quality, and deployed our solutions nationwide to establish complete QoS visibility across all sites," said
About Accedian Networks
Accedian Networks is the Performance Assurance Solution Specialist for mobile backhaul and small cells, business services, data center connectivity and service provider SDN. Open, multi-vendor interoperable and programmable solutions go beyond standard-based performance assurance to deliver Network State+ô, the most complete view of network health. Accedian.com
Founded in 2002, HTCOM is today a company with the ability to offer a complete package of service solutions for mobile operators and providers of infrastructure throughout its operating cycle (Site Qualification, Survey, Systems Engineering, Installation, Commissioning, Testing, Network Management Solutions). HTCOM also provides
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