Larscom Enters Subscriber Management Market; Larscom 3000 Sets New Standard for Subscriber Management Solutions.Business Editors/High-Tech Writers
MILPITAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 27, 2000
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Designed specifically to meet the needs of rapidly growing, regional and mid-tier service providers, the Larscom 3000 is an auto-configurable, full-featured subscriber management and termination system for broadband networks This article or section needs copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone and/or spelling.
You can assist by [ editing it] now. . It functions as the centralized point for managing retail subscribers and wholesale service offerings. With the Larscom 3000, ISPs and CLECs can manage their subscribers with greater flexibility, speed, and simplicity, all on a low cost, compact, highly scalable platform that supports up to 12,000 subscribers and terminates up to 98,000 subscriber sessions. A single interface can support over 32,000 subscriber sessions.
"The Larscom 3000 is an impressive offering for the Tier2/Tier3 service provider space," commented Adam Guglielmo, DSL DSL
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"For half the price we're getting six times the functionality," stated Ed Hackney, chief technology officer for Evolving Edge Communications. "The Larscom 3000 minimizes our turn-up time by automatically discovering new subscribers and configuring network parameters accordingly. Not only is our cost of deployment lower with the Larscom 3000, but we have immediate cash flow from new subscribers."
"Advanced subscriber management is no longer out of reach for service providers in small to medium-size markets," said Rebecca Horn Rebecca Horn (24 March, 1944, Michelstadt) is a German installation artist most famous for her body modifications such as Einhorn (Unicorn), a body-suit with a very large horn projecting vertically from the headpiece, and Pencil Mask , Larscom's vice president of marketing. "The Larscom 3000's low cost of entry reduces the service provider's risk when entering new markets and adding new services. It opens the door for new revenue-producing applications such as e-commerce, interactive entertainment, virtual private networks (VPNs), voice-over-IP (VoIP), and video-on-demand."
Ms. Horn continued, "The introduction of the Larscom 3000 is a significant strategic step for Larscom. Now we are able to provide subscriber management products for Internet access See how to access the Internet. in addition to our range of products for WAN access. We plan to expand our product offerings in both of these markets."
The Larscom 3000 can be configured with as many as four subscriber and network interfaces, with support for 10/100Base-T Ethernet, DS3 ATM and OC3/STM-1 ATM, and T1/E1/J1 connections. It has extensive security features and provides full RADIUS-based Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA AAA: see American Automobile Association.
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With advanced service features such as AutoProtocol(TM) automatic protocol recognition and configuration, dynamic service selection, and per-subscriber usage information, the Larscom 3000 is the new standard in the fast-paced subscriber and service management industry. The Larscom 3000 is available now.
Larscom Incorporated develops, manufactures, and markets high-speed wide area network (WAN) access equipment. The company's customers include major carriers, Internet service providers Internet service provider (ISP)
Company that provides Internet connections and services to individuals and organizations. For a monthly fee, ISPs provide computer users with a connection to their site (see data transmission), as well as a log-in name and password. , Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies worldwide. Larscom's headquarters are at 1845 McCandless Drive, Milpitas, California 95035. Additional information can be found at www.larscom.com.
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