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ALSO CALLED: Customer Premises Equipment, Telephone Equipment
DEFINITION: Customer premises equipment (CPE) is telephone or other service provider equipment that is located on the customer's premises (physical location) rather than on the provider's premises or in between. Telephone handsets, cable TV set-top boxes, and Digital Subscriber Line routers are examples. Historically, this term referred to equipment placed at the customer's end of the telephone line and usually  … 
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Assure Your Delivery of Quality UC Service with Network and Data Center Visibility
sponsored by NetScout Systems, Inc.
VIDEO: In this webcast, you will discover how to swiftly resolve problems that affect your UC with a service assurance platform that offers end-to-end networking and data center visibility. Tune in to pinpoint the cause of your UC problems by addressing voice and video media impairments.
Posted: 21 Dec 2015 | Premiered: 21 Dec 2015

NetScout Systems, Inc.

An Introduction to Triaging Voice and Video Quality of Service Issues
sponsored by NetScout Systems, Inc.
WEBCAST: In this brief webcast, you will experience a short demonstration of a reactive network workflow, illustrating how to triage voice and video problems. Tune in now to get a first-hand look at solving your VoIP and video QoS issues, and restore your service to premium quality without misstep.
Posted: 03 Dec 2015 | Premiered: Dec 3, 2015

NetScout Systems, Inc.
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VOICE COMMUNICATIONS HARDWARE DEFINITION (continued): … Customer premises equipment (CPE) is telephone or other service provider equipment that is located on the customer's premises (physical location) rather than on the provider's premises or in between. Telephone handsets, cable TV set-top boxes, and Digital Subscriber Line routers are examples. Historically, this term referred to equipment placed at the customer's end of the telephone line and usually owned by the telephone company. Today, almost any end-user equipment can be called customer premise equipment and it can be owned by the customer or by the provider.
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