Under the arrangement, Antronix will build the CAMS service management software and intelligence directly into Antronix taps.
Proxilliant introduced the CAMS platform last June. The system depends on the deployment of its Intelligent Access Controllers widely throughout the HFC plant to provide real-time monitoring of critical fault and performance indicators.
“This capability provides the industry’s first complete system for real-time monitoring, analysis, correlation, reporting and active management of the HFC network and advanced services, while continuously suppressing ingress close to its source,” claimed Antronix CEO Danny Tang. “Operators can now instantly detect and easily locate any noise problem and manage their overall network health within clusters of as few as 30 homes – well beyond the node level.”
The connection with Antronix “will be an important component of Proxilliant’s continued success in the U.S. market,” said Proxilliant CEO Sonia Khademi.