STOCKHOLM, June 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Com Hem AB, Sweden's leading cable operator for Triple Play Services, has announced a large FTTH roll-out in the next coming years. After a tender process, Com Hem has chosen PacketFront Software's BECS Network Management System to automate the access network roll-out.
The delivery includes BECS's Plan and build tool for network documentation, resource management, configuration assurance and software management. BECS also enables zero-touch configuration of network elements in Com Hem's multi-vendor environment. This means out-of-the-box element deployment and automated configuration control of network events regardless of equipment manufacturer.
"We are indeed pleased that after a tough evaluation process Com Hem has chosen us to deliver the network management platform", says Ulf Avrin, CEO PacketFront Software. "We will create a network environment for Com Hem with low costs and large efficiencies in their operations thanks to a high level of automation and control".
"We are very excited to work with PacketFront Software. They have extensive experience of deploying FTTH networks, knowledge that is reflected in their BECS product" says Peter Eriksson, Manager OSS at Com Hem. "BECS provides complete data integrity and network control enabling a fully automated network deploy process. The system is flexible, integrates well with our existing BSS stack and gives us tools to develop our own functions, making the system adaptable to future needs."
About PacketFront Software
PacketFront Software delivers automated broadband network management since 2001 through the BECS platform. BECS provides zero touch configuration and automated service provisioning for any hardware and topology. Our active API enables easy and flexible integration to existing OSS/BSS systems. 100 operator customers in 23 countries have chosen BECS for efficient network operations. Visit http://www.pfsw.com for more information.
About Com Hem AB
Com Hem is the leading supplier of pay television, high-speed broadband and fixed telephony in Sweden. Approximately 40%, 1.74 million, of Sweden's households are connected to Com Hem's network, with access to the market's broadest range of television services. Com Hem offers attractively priced, high-quality and comprehensive services for television, broadband and fixed telephony. The company was established in 1983, is owned by BC Partners and has approximately 950 employees and head offices in Stockholm. For more information: http://www.comhem.se
SOURCE PacketFront Software