VeEX recognised with Frost & Sullivan’s Global Ethernet Price/Performance Value Leadership Award
March 6, 2019
VeEX, a global player in test and measurement solutions for next-generation networks, has been awarded Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 Price/Performance Value Leadership Award for the global gigabit Ethernet test equipment market.
VeEX’s strong product marketing and engineering resources have been instrumental in defining new price/performance benchmarks that make its test equipment more complete, flexible, and accessible. The company continues to demonstrate a leading commitment to lowering customers’ capital investment in test equipment and optimising operational costs by enhancing the productivity levels of their workforce. With the ubiquity of broadband access and emerging gigabit services, VeEX’s products are Ethernet centric in one way or another, providing customers with test capabilities at every touch point. Whether it is transport, FTTx, HFC/DOCSIS, Wi-Fi, or twisted pair, Ethernet and IP are always at the core of its test solutions.
“The tremendous growth in connectivity is poised to continue accelerating, to support new 5G and gigabit services and even more devices being connected to the internet. This creates the need to deploy service verification and troubleshooting tools at a greater scale. We consider usability, cost, value, OPEX savings and ROI key features on all of our products and solutions. They are as important as their technical aspects,” said Ildefonso Polo, VP of Product Marketing for VeEX.
As a leading provider of Ethernet testing solutions, VeEX has a unique product portfolio that offers high performance and powerful test solutions, from legacy 10M up to state-of-the-art 400G, including 25G eCPRI. By developing its technological proficiency through stringent research and development (R&D) efforts, VeEX has acquired a distinct edge over its competitors in the market, in terms of offering a differentiated solutions portfolio. The recent introduction of the first PAM4-based 400GE handheld, with a native QSFP-DD interface, addresses the upcoming 400G lab-to-field transition and solidifies VeEX’s position and commitment to the Ethernet services test and measurement market.
“With its strategy of developing best-in-class, cost-competitive products, in conjunction with the latest technologies, VeEX has substantially enhanced its position in the global market by understanding the market needs, combined with superior customer rapport and intelligence,” said Rohan Thomas, Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan. “The company’s highly differentiated and feature-rich solutions provide its customers with flexible and cost-effective testing platforms, covering all aspects of Ethernet-based service deployment, verification, and maintenance, up to the latest 400GE PAM4.”