InfoVista launches evolved TEMS portfolio for network optimisation

The newly launched products are designed to maximise the benefits, in terms of efficiency, total cost of ownership, agility and accuracy
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InfoVista has evolved its TEMS network testing solutions with the release of several new products.

The newly launched products are designed to maximise the benefits, in terms of efficiency, total cost of ownership, agility and accuracy, mobile operators can gain from the use of true end-to-end mobile network testing. 

This revamped portfolio will create new opportunities for TEMS users to improve subscriber experience by increasing efficiency and accuracy of their network tests. 

Bernard Breton, chief marketing and strategy officer for InfoVista said: “Mobile operators around the world are becoming more agile and adopting new ways of working to improve their efficiency. They rely on their partners and specifically on InfoVista to find innovative ways to help them achieve their goals. This major evolution of the TEMS portfolio demonstrates our commitment towards improving the way mobile network tests can contribute to better network services and, ultimately, to a better and more connected world.”

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