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Redefining Network Management!

Currently, carriers face several challenges - plethora of technologies, convergence of networks and the ever-increasing demand for complex services - and seek for an all-in-one solution to replace existing management silos efficiently and cost-effectively.

The uni|MS™ Unified Management Suite is a state-of-the-art solution for supervising and managing modern telecommunication networks. It is a carrier-class multi-technology Element, Network and Service Management platform supporting off-the- shelf all Intracom Telecom wireless and wireline products. Third-party network elements can be managed through element mediation drivers that can be developed as a service.

uni|MS™ unifies the management of access and transport networks, improving user experience, lowering OpEx and improving efficiency. Integrated multi-domain Fault & Performance management and Service Provisioning are carried out through a powerful and intuitive user interface that personalizes user workspace and adapts to user needs.

  • All-in-one solution replacing management silos.
  • Faster alarm localization and troubleshooting resulting in shorter service restoration time.
  • Fast service deployment.
  • Compatibility with any hardware and OS.
  • No need for third-party license fees.
  • Management of thousands of NEs from a single server.
  • Leading reliability and high availability.
  • Fast integration with umbrella NMS/OSS systems.
  • Short learning curve for users.
  • More efficient daily routines and operations.
Unified Management Design
  • Customizable desktop - based on Perspectives - allows you to:
    • Best adapt visible workspace at run time.
    • View any combination of reports on a single screen.
    • Navigate through tree, map or photorealistic view.
    • Drag-n-drop containers and tabs.
  • Network modeling allows creating a hierarchy of geographical and administrative domains that are displayed in the network topology and can be used to execute domain-wide actions.
  • Comprehensive reports for Inventory / Status / Alarms / Configuration / Performance with advanced filtering and integrated user-customizable graph generation tool.
  • Real-time network monitoring through graphical topology and interactive photorealistic equipment views.
  • Low-cost hardware (Servers / PCs).
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  • Unified management of a slew of MW transport technologies:
    • Legacy Point-to-Point (PtP)
    • Hybrid PtP or Packet PtP
    • Point-to-MultiPoint (PtMP)
  • End-to-end service provisioning and QoS assurance, providing the same OAM experience as with traditional SDH and MSTP networks.
  • End-to-end service & resource performance monitoring for packet-based services & legacy TDM/ATM services delivered with Pseudowire technology.
  • Integration of PtMP and PtP MW systems.
  • Monitoring of provisioned capacity and air resources utilization to enable network capacity planning and expansion, as well as to manage customer experience.
  • Monitoring of customer SLAs (such as link availability and total availability).
  • Detection of rain fade and interference to notify important customers for outages.
  • Integrated management of mobile broadband and fixed broadband networks.
  • Support of a large subscriber base with multi-service requirements in long-range transmission applications.
  • End-to-end service provisioning and QoS assurance over a variety of network topologies and technologies.
Technical Description

The scalable software architecture of uni|MS™ (Fig.1) seamlessly adapts to the ever-demanding needs for network growth, providing Network Assurance with advanced monitoring tools that proactively address issues associated with network health, utilization and service availability.

Complex network management tasks, such as end-to-end service provisioning, network planning and modeling, become transparent through intelligent automated procedures that highlight network resources limitations and expansion trends, letting the NOC focus on the running of the network.

uni|MS™ main design principles
  • Multi-tier logical architecture
  • Modular software architecture with loosely-coupled modules
  • Standard off-the-shelf commercial hardware
  • Low-cost INTEL / AMD-based Servers / PCs
  • Coverage of all network sizes with single PC for small networks, Client-Server for medium / large-size networks
  • Dual Server for improved reliability, covering redundancy and disaster recovery
  • Clustering for supporting High Availability (hot-standby)
North Bound
  • Multiple North Bound Interfaces (NBIs) for integration to OSS
  • Open and modern interfaces (XML, SNMP, SYSLOG, FTP, SMTP,TACACS, LDAP, Active Directory)
South Bound
  • Multiple South Bound Interfaces (SBIs) for communicating with Network Elements
  • Efficiency and performance in communication
  • Multiple editions supporting a wide range of networks / carriers
  • Common user interface (look and feel) across editions
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