The Kentucky-based cable and internet provider joins growing list of providers to sign with ZCorum after a trial of their network management tools.

inter mountain cable logoAlpharetta, Georgia (October 24, 2016) – ZCorum, a leading provider of managed broadband services and diagnostics, announced that Kentucky based Inter Mountain Cable has signed an agreement for ZCorum’s PNM tool, PreEqualization Analyzer, to speed up and sharpen their troubleshooting operations.

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Located in eastern Kentucky, Inter Mountain provides cable and broadband internet services to residences and businesses in 85 cities and towns across Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia. Inter Mountain Cable is available to an estimated 82,000 people, making it the 57th largest provider of cable and broadband in the U.S.

The service provider was looking for a solution to help them find and fix upstream impairments proactively. They had considered other vendors but after reviewing actual case studies and the results that other service providers were having with ZCorum, Inter Mountain began a trial of ZCorum’s software to confirm the functionality and benefits for themselves.

“PreEqualization Analyzer is a tool that utilizes the pre-equalization data to show operators where impairments are before they affect subscriber services, and Inter Mountain quickly discovered the power of the tool,” said Vice President of Sales, Arthur Skinner. “Inter Mountain will reduce the time they spend on plant maintenance, minimizing technicians’ time in the field and improving the day-to-day operations of their company.”

“At ZCorum our goal is always to provide ‘Better Broadband’ for our customers by offering compelling solutions for cost savings and operational efficiency,” said Julie Compann, ZCorum President and CEO. “We’re so pleased that Inter Mountain Cable has chosen us for their troubleshooting solutions. We welcome them into our ZCorum family.”

Providers can attend a live demo of PreEqualization Analyzer here or sign up for a risk-free trial.