Scientific-Atlanta Inc. is beefing up its software stack by buying certain high-speed-data software and technology from ChanneLogics Inc.
There was no price tag on the deal.
The software includes forecast and prediction algorithms that allow cable systems to identify potential bottlenecks and plan high-speed-data capacity expansion.
ChanneLogics' "CableLogics" software will join S-A's "Prisma" and "WebSTAR" cable-data products.
"As the cable operators' capital expenditures of the past few years evolve into operating expenditures, they need solutions like ours to improve efficiency, protect revenue and manage their operations," said Paul Connelly, vice president, market and network architectures at S-A, in a prepared statement.
In other technology news, Liberty Livewire Corp. has been renamed Ascent Media Group.
And Aurora Networks has moved to a new address in Santa Clara, Calif., quadrupling the size of space available for the advance optical-transport company. The new address is 2803 Mission College Blvd., Santa Clara, CA 95054. The new phone is 408-235-7000.