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VeEX and Ubisense collaborate, make two software lines interoperable

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VeEX has announced a strategic partnership with intelligence solution provider, Ubisense which sees the companies integrate two software product lines to help deliver a real-time view of the status of a customer's physical network assets.

As part of the partnership, VeEX’s VeSion and Ubisense’s myWorld products and software services will become interoperable. VeSion integrates the company’s vRF Ingress, RF sweep, DOCSIS/PNM, Ethernet and fibre monitoring systems, including workflow and asset management software under a single, unified cloud-based platform. The myWorld software accelerates network operations performance by improving data quality and consistency between applications and field operations. It creates a geo operations hub that provides a simple, trusted network view that complements the VeEX solutions by giving field tech engineers and designers the geospatial context they need to make rapid, informed decisions.

Cyrille Morelle, president and CEO at VeEX said of the alliance: ‘Aligning our specialised test probes with Ubisense's myWorld ensures our customers have complete network visibility, plus it reduces unnecessary truck rolls by alerting key personnel to alarm conditions with precise location.’

Agreed Richard Petti, CEO at Ubisense: ‘Our new partnership is very exciting because myWorld gives customers a geospatial map to understand the health of their network using VeEX test probes to predict and prevent outages before they occur. Engineers and designers can now see how and where network assets are impacting performance in order to take prompt and efficient action.’

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