September 2008
UNIX Update;Sep2008, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the additional network performance monitoring and fault management tools acquired by Pocket Communications from Telsasoft. Pocket Communications acquired the tools for their wireless network to serve their expanding network and services. The initial set of Telsasoft open source software (OSS) tools was deployed by Pocket Communications in October 2006. According to Amir Rajwany, executive vice president (EVP) and chief technology officer (CTO) of Pocket Communications, Telsasoft continue to work with them to enhance their OSS tools with a great overall value proposition.


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