— The latest version of 5View Service Data Manager (SDM) from InfoVista will go commercial May 13, complete with such features as pre-built integration for Cisco Application Visibility & Control (AVC) as well as for Alcatel-Lucent 5670 RAM. According to the company, this provides operators with multiple options to launch application-aware services leveraging CE- or PE-based architectures; various vendor flow technologies like Netflow, Flexible Netflow, sflow, jflow and IPFIX; and InfoVista’s own DPI appliances.
— Active Resource Manager from Active Broadband Networks supports the IMS Rx interface as specified in PacketCable 2.0, helping to deliver IMS services over DOCSIS networks by providing support for PCMM policy control via the Diameter-based Rx interface. PacketCable 2.0 policy control resides in the company’s Active Resource Manager (ARM) platform that translates IMS policy control requests into PCMM policy actions in the CMTS. The ARM also determines network topology using a unique method that helps ensure identification of the network elements where PacketCable 2.0 services are being delivered.

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