Identify, inspect and analyse network errors across the control plane with xAnalyser.
Network operations teams consume great amounts of time and effort to collate raw information from different sources, identify network failures, and isolate their underlying causes.
Improve network operations. Ensure customer satisfaction.
One of the major challenges for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) today is to cope with their subscribers’ expectation for always-on connectivity and high-quality service. However, in large scale telecommunications networks, comprising of multiple components and complex infrastructures, this is not straightforward to accomplish. It requires systematic monitoring, multi-layer analysis, and fast mitigation of all errors that affect network performance, ideally before subscribers’ experience is impacted.
Avoid time consuming network diagnostics.
xAnalyser is a solution designed for network engineers, allowing them to identify, inspect and analyse network errors across the control plane. Starting from a summary view aggregating all errors per interface, users can drill down to the cause codes for the failure procedures, and then to view the corresponding detailed transactional logs.
Investigate and analyse network errors with ease.
Through an intuitive interface, providing interactive charts that adapt to the required time horizon (from one day to one minute), users can zoom in or out to reach the desired level of detail. Coupled with a flexible filtering and search mechanism, navigation is simplified as error views adapt to the dimension of interest. xAnalyser provides a fast way to identify errors per network element affected, reaching down to the transactions associated with a specific error.
Network Operations, Network Performance Management
Monitor network errors efficiently.
Filter by network element to quickly pinpoint the main contributor to a particular network error.
Analyse historical error insights and identify recurring issues.
Focus on network troubleshooting and fault isolation.