BTI Systems (News - Alert), a company that redefines service delivery with its packet-optical service platforms and specializes in networking for metro areas, has made new updates to its proNX Service Manager.
The company asserted that service-centric management is being adopted by customers globally because it speeds up volume deployment of carrier Ethernet services. The newly announced updates show the company’s commitment to redefine network and service management.
BTI Systems explained that the proNX Service Manager allows service provisioning and management over BTI platforms and solutions to more closely align with service providers’ own business processes. proNX Service Manager is designed to simplify and automate the delivery and monitoring of services by using a service-centric view closely aligned with the way services are sold, rather than engineered.
BTI Systems adopted a service-centric approach to network and service management with its proNX Service Manager, which minimizes network complexity and blends service and capacity provisioning allowing network operators to rapidly deliver services. proNX Service Manager offers a practical solution to the complexity of service delivery infrastructure that provides operational savings through rapid service provisioning, and customer responsiveness with an integrated approach to end-to-end service engineering.
Officials with the company commented that the service-centric management approach bundles information comprehensively to improve service providers control, insight and intelligence to deploy carrier Ethernet across metro access, aggregation and core platforms. This enables service providers to plan a service and then automatically provision all the network resources across the metro to deliver the service in an instant.
BTI Systems claimed that the new Web technologies for the service manager will supposedly enable service providers to monitor and provision their networks from the palm of their hand with smart device apps. New powerful service templates have been integrated into the solution to help product managers design specific vertical service packages in proNX.
In proNX, the service is represented visually in the configuration window, and all information related to the service instance underpinning is maintained within the software, eliminating the need for external databases or spreadsheets with manually entered configuration information.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf