CENX named Outstanding Digital Enablement Vendor in Leading Lights Awards

Created May 18, 2017
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CENX, a developer of software solutions for the telecom industry, has been awarded the “Outstanding Digital Enablement Vendor” award in the latest edition of Light Reading’s Leading Lights Awards in recognition of its namesake product, which allows service providers end-to-end, real-time visibility into their network in a single pane.

Leading Lights is the annual awards program hosted by Light Reading, a publication covering the global communications networking and services industry.

Among several factors considered in the selection process for this award, judges were looking for the next-generation OSS/BSS/analytics/digital commerce systems vendor that best stood out from its competitors via constant innovation. They were also interested in selecting a vendor that helped to set industry trends while providing a return for investors.

Chris Purdy, CTO at CENX, commented, “We’ve set out to provide true visibility into the network with our software, and this award underscores the value that customers realise as they audit and contextualise their networks’ big data via the comprehensive view that the CENX platform provides. This award is a testament to our mission of bringing simplicity to the network, as well as the hard work that the CENX team invested into the development of the CENX product. We’re thrilled that it is being recognised on this scale.”

The CENX software allows service providers full visibility into the network, including service topology, inventory, fault and performance analysis from disparate systems. For service operators contending with escalating demands and increasingly complex networks, CENX provides a scalable solution that integrates all of the network’s data into a single, comprehensible pane so operators can pinpoint and prevent faults, optimise capacity, and spot new opportunities.

This award win follows CENX’s announcement that Verizon is using the company’s software to deliver a unified view of the state of physical and virtual components across multiple systems and data centres.

Further information on CENX is available on the CENX website

Matthew Peach

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by Matthew Peach

Matthew Peach is a freelance technology journalist specialising in photonics and communications. He has previously worked for several business-to-business publishers, editing a range of high-tech magazines and websites.