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Cariden MATE Network Planning Tool Selected by Cox

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. Feb. 22, 2011

Cariden MATE is being used to analyze and confirm that existing and proposed network designs can withstand a variety of network component failures without causing any impact to client services. MATE is also being used to provide visibility into the network’s MPLS paths and statistics, allowing engineers to understand end-to-end traffic patterns and find unexpected contributors to traffic spikes. Coupled with MATE’s ability to report historical traffic patterns across the entire network, this functionality allows clients to make informed technical and financial decisions for infrastructure enhancements. By using MATE, Cox can have confidence that planned upgrades are justified and can be implemented without impact to existing customer services.

Commenting on the announcement, Torryon Coleman, Director of Technical Operations for Cox said, "Our Operations team now has the ability to see, in a very organized manner, all our network interface and LSP statistics in real time. With this information we can isolate and react to problems much quicker than before, as well as be proactive in many circumstances to potential or upcoming problems."

Arman Maghbouleh

About Cariden

Cariden Technologies, Inc. is a software company serving telecommunications providers worldwide. Founded in 2001, the company has maintained steady growth and profitability with its industry standard software for IP/MPLS capacity planning and traffic engineering. Networks serving 85% of the U.S. broadband customers have adopted Cariden software, as have 7 of the 11 global Tier 1 ISPs. Cariden’s success is fueled by its technical innovations in delivering visibility, efficiency, and automation to networks.

Cariden Technologies Media Contact:

Phil Griston

Cariden Technologies, Inc.

+1 650 564 9200 ext. 898

[email protected]

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