Actix adds support for HSPA+/Evolved networks

Actix adds support for HSPA+/Evolved networks

June 2, 2017

Actix has upgraded its Actix Analyzer and Actix Spotlight monitoring solutions to cover HSPA+/Evolved networks.

The troubleshooting and optimisation solutions provided by Actix are now available on HSPA+/Evolved networks in addition to 3GPP HSDPA/HSUPA networks.

HSPA+/Evolved networks provide nearly double the capacity for voice and data services compared to standard 3G and HSDPA networks.

“Operators are working out the best way to make the most of their networks ahead of expensive outlays for LTE spectrum and equipment, and through deployments of HSPA+/Evolved they are already seeing data rates of up to 21 Mbps,” said Keith Reed, Actix’s network performance engineering product director.

“Actix is helping to ease the upgrade process by adding support for HSPA+/Evolved within our Analyzer/Spotlight solutions, allowing existing customers to use familiar tools with this new technology.”

Analyzer and Spotlight provider a comprehensive set of network monitoring tools, including detailed analysis of individual calls, which is especially useful at the early stages of a new technology roll-out.

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