Auspice and Sixbell Nekotec Sign Reseller Agreement.
WALTHAM, Mass. -- Auspice Corporation, the leading provider of real-time operations automation and service assurance solutions for communications service providers (CSPs), announced that it has signed a Value Added Reseller agreement with Sixbell Nekotec Solutions, a developer of value-added software, service systems and system integration for the service provider industry. The agreement allows Sixbell Nekotec to supply the Latin American CSP market with the Auspice[R] OpsLogic[R] Suite of network service assurance products and services.
Following its successful launch of new business in the region, Auspice recognized the need to align its channel resources to ensure better service to existing customers, as well as support its aggressive regional growth strategy. Sixbell Nekotec helps fill this critical role.
"This announcement furthers our commitment to the Latin American market," said Avi Legmann, senior vice president of business development at Auspice. "Market consolidation and regulatory changes in the region have helped drive the demand for the sophisticated off-the-shelf network service assurance solutions that Auspice delivers. Sixbell Nekotec's extensive regional experience and technical leadership will help us take advantage of these growing opportunities, especially as service providers begin to roll out advanced new services like voice to complete their triple play offerings."
The agreement enables Sixbell Nekotec to configure, install, integrate and support the complete portfolio of the Auspice OpsLogic Suite of network service assurance solutions with regional communications service providers.
"There is an excellent strategic synergy between Auspice and Sixbell Nekotec," said Francisco Jovel, Sixbell Nekotec sales director for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. "Auspice's rapid entrance as a key player in the Latin American regional cable service provider market opens up additional opportunities for us, as well. Their industry-leading service assurance solutions will enhance the existing solutions, products and personalized services that we provide for long distance carriers, and mobile and fixed telephone operators."
About Sixbell Nekotec Solutions
Sixbell Nekotec Solutions is a company dedicated to designing, developing, marketing and supporting integrated telecom solutions. In more than 18 years of experience, our company has been a pioneer in solutions innovation and development for the Latin-American telecommunications market. Our corporate offices are established in Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico. The synergies of our engineering, research and technology units consolidate our offer allowing a market incursion with a wide range of customized solutions, products and services that includes fixed and mobile network operators as well as enterprises requiring voice, data and Internet communications improvement. More than 100 million users employ our systems daily in Latin America. www.sixbellnekotec.com
Auspice provides network service assurance solutions that automate manual operation support processes for North America's leading MSOs and communications service providers. Auspice products monitor, integrate and correlate events across diverse network environments providing real-time monitoring, analysis and integration into customers' network operations center (NOC), customer support, and field service operations to proactively manage all their IP-based broadband services. Through the intelligent automation Auspice solutions deliver, customers realize tangible, documented business benefits that include increased reliability and operational efficiencies that deliver superior customer experiences and improve the bottom line. Founded in 1997, Auspice (www.auspicecorp.com) corporate headquarters are located at 130 Turner Street, Waltham, MA.
Auspice and OpsLogic are registered trademarks of Auspice Corporation.
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|Date:||Jan 22, 2008|
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