Customer’s Case Studies

The top 5 reasons to Invest in Multi vendor SLO platform

  1. Overcome the complexity involved in multi-layered, multi-technology environment:

As telecoms’ network keep increasing in size while accommodating different vendors, examples for these occurrences are quite abundant- migration from TDM to Packet based networks, shifting from copper to fiber infrastructure, expending the network with Micro-Wave Radio infrastructure embedding xWDM and many other examples, these dramatic changes the network goes through increase the amount of labor the network architect and network operations needs to endure, the knowledge required to keep the network up and running keeps growing and becomes more and more complex.

2. One for all and all at once:

Unified single platform provides an end-to-end visibility and configuration of the service, when network is provisioned one device at the time, an autonomous device configured with the wrong parameter can impair the service functionality of the or the customers SLA, a single view of all service building blocks reduce the risk of mis-configs.

3. Speed up the introduction of new services:

Operators continuously strive to launch innovative services in order to expand and diversify their revenue streams, they face financial pressures and existing network limitations that slows down and complicates their ability to deliver new services

4. Streamline the network architecture and network operations:

Designing the network and its services, setting service numerous parameters and attributes becomes mind boggling task which involves a comprehensive process of educating the operations personnel on how to build new service or modify existing one, these processes consume expensive time and are overwhelmingly expensive in terms of opex  the NetACE simplify service modeling and Graphic interface this empowering the network managing personnel.

5. Become immune to configuration errors by automation

Provisioning network using text based templates is subjected to many human errors, by filling the wrong service parameters, by sending the configuration to wrong network elements and by fat fingering cause, to over come that – an automated provisioning process ensures all the information transmitted correctly  and acknowledge the reception of the configuration making service creation modification and deletion fault proof.

Atrinet’s Multi Vendor NMS for Juniper Switches

Learn how ASPEN was selected Atrinet’s Multi-Vendor NMS (ASPEN) to monitor, manage and provisioning the Juniper network in order to facilitate the service provisioning and assurance.

Managed Services at T-Mobile US

 Learn how T-Mobile US subcontracted Atrinent Managed Services in order to get:

  • Off-site operation of the network to provisioning new Services through the network using Atrinet’s ASPEN management system.
  • Upgrading the network software.
  • Troubleshooting and performance analysis.
  • Periodic Network audit and optimization.