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August 27, 2008updated 06 Sep 2016 3:07pm

Allot expands NetXplorer options

Allot Communications has announced the release of an upgrade to its NetXplorer centralized management system.

By CBR Staff Writer

According to the company, this new version of NetXplorer consolidates carrier-class capabilities together under one management roof and focuses on facilitating the integration of revenue-generating services.

The company claimed that the new release introduces a Linux OS platform for NetXplorer and a variety of open interfaces to facilitate easy integration in operator environments, allowing external systems to access the NetXplorer database for accounting, billing and provisioning purposes.

Andrei Elefant, vice president marketing and product management at Allot, said: Our main goal with this release is to align our offering with service provider needs that we constantly hear from the field. The new NetXplorer release grants providers enhanced visibility into the network by presenting useful analytics tools and actionable statistics that help service providers make business decisions.

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