Siemens Calls Cablevision

Stump, Matt
May 2004
Multichannel News;5/3/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 18, p132
Deals with the role of Siemens Carrier Networks in the voice-over-Internet protocol telephony of Cablevision Systems Corp. Information on the cable modem deployment of Siemens; Comment from Susan Schramm, vice president of marketing, on the performance monitoring system developed by Siemens for voice traffic; Discussion on the function of the SURPASS hiQ8000 for call-management server or softswitch software and voice-over-Internet protocol applications of Siemens.


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