Empirix has announced that Suddenlink has selected Empirix’s Hammer XMS to monitor the company’s network to identify issues that may negatively affect the customer.

With approximately 1.3 million customers, Suddenlink operates its own managed IP-based network available to customers throughout the United States.

"We’ve been working with Empirix the last four years, and when we expanded our Softswitch to a GEO configuration, we turned to them to assure the quality of our network," said Erik Owens, director of engineering of Suddenlink, in a statement.

Hammer XMS delivers carrier-class network monitoring that provides complete visualization into real-time service quality and supports an end-to-end network view, including both IP-based and SS7 signaling.

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