New Transition Networks management system built for provisioning and monitoring of next-generation carrier Ethernet 2.0 Services
Nov 07, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) --
Communications Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: JCS) subsidiary Transition Networks Inc. has released its CONVERGE Element and Service Management System, an intelligent, scalable, carrier grade solution that simplifies management and service provisioning of Transition's Carrier Ethernet products.
CONVERGE EMS provides powerful performance monitoring features that help service providers monitor services and meet even the most complex SLAs. Service Providers will choose CONVERGE to help improve customer satisfaction by enabling the carriers to easily monitor and troubleshoot issues, increase revenue and grow services, while reducing the complexity and configuration of deploying and managing their networks.
Transition Networks has partnered with Amartus, a company with deep Network Management and OSS domain expertise, to co-develop a comprehensive Carrier Grade Service Aware Management System. Powered by the Amartus Chameleon OS platform, the CONVERGE EMS is a standards-based, fully integrated service and resource manager for MEF CE 2.0 services. It supports the full service life cycle including design, deployment and operation of end-to-end CE 2.0 services and devices. Its powerful, detailed service design capabilities enable Service Providers to quickly build and maintain a catalog of differentiated service offerings. These services and devices are provisioned using an advanced multi-stage provisioning engine, which supports rapid turn-up and zero-touch provisioning. Its comprehensive inventory provides a complete up to date view of all services and resources and the mapping between the two.
Transition Networks Inc. is a top manufacturer of high quality access and backhaul equipment for data communications and telecommunications applications. Based in Minneapolis, Transition Networks distributes hardware-based connectivity solutions exclusively through a network of resellers in 50 countries, including Ingram Micro and Tech Data.
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