ByteBlower version 1.8.22 / 1.10.6 available
We are pleased to announce the immediate release of a new version of ByteBlower. This new release brings VLAN support to the ByteBlower system.
Excentis presents the ByteBlower 2100 at Anga 2012
Excentis is pleased to announce the brand new ByteBlower® 2100 IP testing tool at the Anga Cable show from June 12 till 14 in Cologne!
Excentis labs, December 10-14, 2012
October 16-18, 2012 in Amsterdam
Visit us at booth #F2, Hall 11 and learn more about the new ByteBlower 2100.
The exhibition will take place from October 17-19, 2012
VoIPexaminer is a software solution that monitors the quality of the Voice over IP telephony service in cable networks. Besides advanced analysis and reporting features, it provides alarming functions that enable operators to accurately pinpoint and solve network problems with minimum response time.
ByteBlower® is the cost-efficient traffic generator/analyser of Excentis. It is a flexible and scalable solution to use in operational networks or in a lab environment to assess performance and stability of networks and network equipment.
Excentis successfully exhibited at BWF2012
Fundamentals of EuroPacketCable 2.0
Release 1.6.0 adds multiple new features.
January 15, 2013 -- We are pleased to announce the immediate release of a new version of our free DOCSIS Config File Editor.
Excentis offers a wide range of Wi-Fi related tests.
Excentis presents a new service at Anga Cable 2013
Excentis will attend the Anga Cable 2013 exhibition - the Exhibition and Congress for Broadband, Cable and Satellite. The exhibition will take place from June 4-6, 2013 in the Cologne Fairgrounds, Germany.
Excentis Hosts Successful M-CMTS and EuroDOCSIS 3.0 Interop
December 18, 2009 - Ghent (Belgium) From December 7 till 11, seven vendors (ARRIS, BigBand Networks, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, Hitron Technologies, Motorola, and TANDBERG Television) tested their Modular CMTS and EuroDOCSIS 3.0 products in Excentis' labs to successfully demonstrate interoperability and the capabilities of the products.
Watch an interview with Wim De Ketelaere, CTO at Excentis.
Cologne, May 4, 2011 - The communications industry is running out of IP addresses so cable operators need to transition to IPv6. At ANGA Cable 2011, Wim De Ketelaere, CTO at Excentis, said the main challenge is how to make the transition a smooth one for consumers.
Please read the article "the Home Network - Last line of defense" where Mr. Wim De Ketelaere, CTO of Excentis participated in the debate.