Intelligence in Cable Networks Reaches a New Level
Julkaistu: 04.05.2011 klo 11:30
Julkaisija: Teleste Oyj
ANGA Cable, Cologne, Germany – MAY 4, 2011 – Teleste, a leading technology provider of broadband video and service platforms, today announced a tandem of products that raise intelligence in cable networks to a new level. Teleste’s new AC9000 Intelligent fibre optic node eliminates human errors from network installations through automatic configuration, and the next generation CATVisor EMS 4.0 management software provides unprecedented flexibility and configurability to HFC infrastructure management. With the announcement, Teleste addresses a major pain point for cable operators – time consuming network management and maintenance.
“Manual network maintenance, human mistakes and the difficulty of locating network problems are often the main culprits behind unnecessary truck-rolls and high operating expenses. Teleste tackles these problems by adding intelligence to the network. The fire-and forget installation of the new AC9000 coupled with the industry’s most advanced management suite help operators to significantly reduce OPEX, avoid service outages, and provide better service to end-users” said Pasi Järvenpää, Business Director at Teleste Access Networks business group.
AC9000 fibre node is the latest member of Teleste intelligent HFC products. With AC9000, all configurations are done automatically, without maintenance crew having to spend excess time in adjustment work. This eliminates human errors and optimises network quality. In addition to this, AC9000 automatically recognises and isolates ingress problems with the help of a built-in ingress analyser. The product also provides 2 x 4 scalability with the ability to use digital return path transmitters, and it can be monitored and controlled remotely with Teleste’s CATVisor EMS management suite
“TeliaSonera is using Teleste's intelligent network products and management software, which improve the quality of our broadband network. This has resulted in higher uptime of broadband services and increased customer satisfaction,” said Sakari Kangasvieri, Production Manager at TeliaSonera Finland.
Intelligent and flexible cable infrastructure management
At ANGA Cable, Teleste also introduced the next generation of its CATVisor EMS 4.0 management suite, which provides unprecedented flexibility and configurability to cable infrastructure management. By utilising the configurable views of EMS 4.0, the network operations personnel can view only the management information valuable for the specific task they want to perform. The new release also adds inventory management features to EMS, with the possibility to associate documents and links to network elements.
CATVisor EMS 4.0 allows also introduces the long awaited network map view, which adds a new dimension to the presentation of management information from intelligent network elements. By presenting management information on a map view pinpoints network problems without having to go through complex network diagrams or hand-written notes.
“Teleste’s new CATVisor EMS 4.0 eliminates this problem by showing exactly where problems are located. Accurate information about the network eliminates guesswork from network maintenance and management - reducing downtime and unnecessary truck rolls, Pasi Järvenpää concluded.
The AC9000 and CATVisor EMS are immediately available on all Teleste markets.
• 1 GHz outputs with latest GAN technology
• Scalable 2x4 node
• Redundant powering
• Automatic alignment
• Next generation user interface supports configuration using tablet PCs
• New network map type view adds new dimension to information presentation
• All views are highly configurable according to user requirements
• Workspace concept allows application specific GUI configurations
• Documents and links can be associated to any network element
• Further improved handling for HMS and SNMP elements
Teleste is an international technology group founded in 1954, which is specialised in broadband video and data communication systems and services. The group is active in two business segments, Video and Broadband Solutions and Network Services; in both fields, we are among the global leaders. Video and Broadband Solutions business segment has the emphasis on product solutions for broadband access networks, video service platforms and video surveillance applications. Network Services segment deliver comprehensive network service solutions including new construction, rebuilding, upgrading, planning and maintenance services of cable networks. In 2010 the group's net sales totalled EUR 167,8 million and the group employed 1230 persons at the year-end. The company has approximately 30 offices world-wide and over 90% of Teleste's net sales are generated outside Finland. The company is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd. www.teleste.com.
Press materials can be downloaded from www.teleste.com/anga.
Business Director, Access networks