Two Ways to Enhance Troubleshooting

As networks continue to evolve with new technologies, the real skill often lies in not deploying but in managing these fluid, complex networks.

With networks becoming more dynamic and packet-based, there’s a clear trend to converge network management into a system that provides visibility across the entire network—including new and legacy technologies.


Increasing Network Quality with Control Plane Services

Telecom services are critical during high-demand times like New Year’s celebrations and in natural disasters. To ensure traffic gets through even in the most demanding network conditions, redundancy and resiliency are crucial.

What is the secret sauce behind ensuring there are no failures? Adding the intelligence of a control plane to the optical network.


SON is ready to rise in mobile backhaul networks

According to Infonetics, the primary reasons to deploy SON (self-organizing networks) are OpEx reduction, improvement in capacity, quality, network performance, and small cell usage. I have been hearing exactly the same message in my discussions with service providers all over the world. The fundamental goal of SON is to minimize the network lifecycle-related cost.


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