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Mediacom Communications, after implementing spatialNET’s application with integration to the Arris/C-COR Network Service Manager (NSM™), estimates their annualized cost avoidance through trouble call trip reduction at over $3 million. In a worksheet provided by Al Hudz of Mediacom, a reduction of 50% in modem alarms associated with this implementation was attained.