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Pace demonstrates end to end solutions at Broadband World Forum

Broadband World Forum

Broadband World Forum

Pace will be demonstrating their end-to-end portfolio of hardware, software, network equipment and support solutions at booth F30 at BBWF 2014 in Amsterdam, October 21-23.

The BBWF 2014 demonstrations give service providers a comprehensive view of Pace’s product and services offerings including video and broadband CPE, a complete range of delivery and access network equipment and the advanced gateway software required to deliver leading edge services.  The entire set of end-to-end products are managed by Pace’s award winning ‘ECO’ service management suite which provides self-service & home network management for the subscriber, service & network monitoring for operations and detailed real time and historical data by subscriber for the call centre.

Pace’s solutions being demonstrated at BBWF 2014 include Pace’s complete Over the Top (OTT) video platform solution for service providers who want to augment their service line up with premium secure video securely delivered to all devices in the home.

Jon Cobb, President, Pace Software and Services, comments: “Pace is delivering leading edge solutions for a wide range of service providers around the world.  Whether they’re looking to launch their first broadband or TV service, increase network capacity, improve customer service, or capitalize on the explosion in consumer devices we can help.”

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