»Network Management System

Highlights:
  • Enhanced, web-based, multi-user, multi-role user interface
  • Main dashboard with complete network overview on one screen
  • Dynamic Events Groups – simplify filtering and analysis
  • Events correlator showing performance graphs and relations
  • Customized reports with statistics exported for further analysis
  • Centralized software upgrade of remote terminals via multicast
  • All modes: TDM/TDMA, SCPC, DAMA, Hubless TDMA
  • Management of many networks in a single NMS workspace
  • Multi-level Virtual Network Operator (VNO) support
  • Useful for a network of any size or topology
  • One-way control – one-way (“blind”) commands to terminals
  • API interface for external devices and software applications
  • Simple and robust design – reliability and easy upgrades
Description

UHP Network Management System (NMS) is a sophisticated and user-friendly tool for monitoring and controlling UHP networks. NMS substantially simplifies configuration of the Hub and of the remote terminals, collects and stores in its database information about current and historical status of the whole network and its individual elements, and also displays that information in graphical and tabular formats. The NMS system supports all UHP configurations and topologies, including TDM/TDMA, SCPC and Hubless TDMA.

UHP NMS system is shipped pre-installed in a server running Linux. NMS is traditionally collocated with the network Hub however availability of Web interface allows colocation at any alternate location. The system provides multi-user, multi-language interface and supports multiple Virtual Network Operators (VNO) sharing common network infrastructure.

The user interface focuses the operator’s attention on the most important events in the system, and also provides the operator with exhaustive information needed for analysis and trouble-shooting. By selecting most suitable settings for the display, the operator can display the information in the desired format: logs, graphs and/or tables. All key network characteristics are displayed on a single page, known as the dashboard.