The Customer Management module establishes the correlation between devices and customers to ensure efficient handling of information, particularly in the event of abnormal operation, when it is essential to troubleshoot and to quickly establish the problem that will bring about a more rapid solution
The Raisecom NView NNM system supports advanced fault detection and analysis functions, and realizes real-time monitoring and timely fault reporting. Full-scale alarm management information, such as alarm statistics, alarm location, alarm status, etc. helps the network operator restore devices to their original working configuration when necessary.
The ultimate goal of developing a network management system is to maximize the network efficiency and minimize. The Raisecom Network Management System NView NNM covers the two lowest layers of the TMN architecture. With a design is based on the FCAPS model, this software includes fault, configuration, performance and security management functions. A northbound interface is also available on the system for the integration of network management systems, implementing full FCAPS functions on the last three levels of the TMN architecture.
The NView NNM performance management function supports real-time monitoring of the SDH and Ethernet service performances to produce real-time as well as historical statistics for different periods. In addition, it also provides the basis for troubleshooting, fault speculation and network optimization.
Web management can help network operators to manage devices based on GUI interface via a web browser. It supports user management, configuration management, traffic statistics and devices status monitoring. Combined with Raisecom NView NNM system, it can also recognize fault management. All these functions can minimize overall operational costs and reduce provisioning times.
In modern Carrier Ethernet networks, providers must consider a cross-functional automation that efficiently integrates commissioning, activation, inventory, fault, performance and network management. The challenging combination of the above capabilities is required for ensuring prompt new services launching, highly scalable network, effortless equipment roll-out and highest maintenance. In order to achieve such a level of automation, providers require an accurate and granular performance monitoring mechanism, combined with a fully-automated activation system.