Omnitron simplifies CE 2.0 service management with NetOutlook EMS

April 22, 2013
Omnitron Systems Technology, Inc., a provider of Carrier Ethernet demarcation devices, has launched NetOutlook EMS to provide Carrier Ethernet 2.0 management and monitoring for its iConverter family of network interface devices (NIDs). NetOutlook EMS is a carrier-class element management system that streamlines the provisioning, monitoring, and maintenance of iConverter devices in a complex network environment.

Omnitron Systems Technology Inc., a provider of Carrier Ethernet demarcation devices, has launched NetOutlook EMS to provide Carrier Ethernet 2.0 management and monitoring for its iConverter family of network interface devices (NIDs). NetOutlook EMS is a carrier-class element management system that streamlines the provisioning, monitoring, and maintenance of iConverter devices in a complex network environment.

“Service providers delivering Carrier Ethernet 2.0 business services, mobile backhaul, and cloud services can now provide faster service deployments and enhanced SLA assurances,” said Rammy Bahalul, Omnitron’s vice-president of marketing. “NetOutlook EMS reduces operating costs by simplifying network management, and enhances customer experience with proactive fault management and rapid service restoration.”

NetOutlook EMS provides automated and highly-scalable management with fault, configuration, accounting/administration, performance, and security (FCAPS) functionality for deployments of up to 10,000 NIDs. NetOutlook EMS provides complete control over service parameters, traffic management, service-level agreement (SLA) support, and security.

Provisioning is performed with an intuitive graphical user interface that displays all iConverter NIDs on the network. iConverter NIDs and third-party products discovered on the network are stored in an database and presented in a tree view or on a geo-located map. Bulk provisioning and configuration tasks can be scheduled or performed in real time. NID configuration settings can be backed up and restored on-demand or at user-defined periodic intervals. NetOutlook EMS can also perform rapid service activation using ITU-T Y.1564 and RFC 2544 service activation testing protocols.

Omnitron confirms that iConverter NIDs are MEF Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certified to enable rapid service deployments, SLA assurances, and comprehensive fault management.

For more information on Carrier Ethernet equipment and suppliers, visit the Lightwave Buyer’s Guide.

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