Auspice ships DOCSIS power

March 2006
CED;Mar2006, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p10
Trade Publication
This article presents information about a new automated power monitoring system, Auspice OpsLogic PowerSense, introduced by Auspice Inc. It is based on DOCSIS technology. In this system, DOCSIS Hybrid Management Sub-Layer (HMS) platform is used to automate cable network power supply maintenance, testing and performance. It also provides a common interface for monitoring and testing power supplies with DOCSIS HMS transponders. According to the company, its system is designed to support a cable operator's power supply management systems.


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