Prestigious award recognizes Accedian’s innovation in network performance assurance and virtualized instrumentation
Austin, Texas – May 24, 2016 – Accedian, the end-to-end network performance experts, announced today that it won a Leading Lights Award for Outstanding Test & Measurement Vendor. Winners were announced May 23rd at an awards ceremony kicking off Light Reading’s Big Communications Event in Austin, Texas, USA.
Leading Lights, now in its twelfth year, is the communications industry’s leading awards program. Light Reading’s reputation for fiercely independent analysis makes this the most credible and authoritative awards program in the communications industry.
Accedian won the Outstanding Test & Measurement Vendor, which is awarded to the telecom test and measurement vendor that stands out from competitors, innovates constantly, helps set the industry trends, makes investors proud, and makes employees happy.
“We are incredibly honored to receive this prestigious award,” said Accedian founder and CEO Patrick Ostiguy. “This is validation of our role as a leader in performance assurance solutions that allow network operators to provide a new level of user experience with exceptional reliability and quality of service (QoS). We are committed to working closely with our customers to provide comprehensive solutions and professional services to help operators become recognized as premier, performance differentiated providers.”
Accedian was honoured with the Outstanding T&M Vendor award by Light Reading for its commitment to innovative solutions that fully virtualize multi-vendor environments, enabling operators to break free from the limitations of legacy single-vendor hardware. Accedian has a proven reputation as the global end-to-end network performance assurance leader, supporting the often complex migration paths to virtual solution portfolios as operators increasingly focus on quality of experience (QoE) as the foundation of competitive differentiation. Accedian’s continued and exceptional growth (25 percent overall sales growth in 2015, for example, including major deals with Telefonica, SK Telecom, T-Mobile, and Cox Business) bears out its role as an industry leader.