Intracom Telecom, a global telecommunication systems and solutions vendor, announced the availability of R9, of its state of the art Network Lifecycle Management platform, uni|MS™, redefining the management activities throughout planning, rollout, optimization and maintenance phases of the radio transmission and access networks.
Network operators and ISPs can now benefit from an exciting collection of offerings in the form of network lifecycle automation applications (NLA Apps), which leverage RF planning, network management and SDN control capabilities, introduce operational agility and generate added value from both network and human resources.
By linking the planning & physical views under a single pane-of-glass, uniMS™ R9 is boosting user experience removing communication barriers between planners, operators and field engineers while aligning relevant interventions in an unprecedented manner. A REST API integrates the Service Provider’s OSS/BSS with the uni|MS™ smart planning algorithms that can be configured and maintained by a single RF expert, automating thus the acceptance of new customers in FWA networks. Moreover, several architectural improvements, including the five nodes geo-cluster – a new reliability deployment scheme for disaster-recovery – enforce a stable operations environment with the highest levels of security and performance assured.
Intracom Telecom’s, Marketing Manager for Data Analytics, Artificial intelligence, Management & Orchestration, Christos Rizos, commented: “Our goal is to empower Service Providers’ operational transformation. The uni|MS™ NLA Apps present a new paradigm on how complex tasks and processes can be automated throughout the network lifecycle and offer unprecedented efficiencies.”
The uni|MS™ platform has been successfully deployed in more than fifty (50) customers, including Communication Service Providers (CSPs), Public Safety Organizations and Utilities Companies, supporting Mobile Backhauling, Fixed Wireless Access and Telecom Site Infrastructure applications with significant footprint in the EMEA and Russia and CIS regions.