Skyline Communications will use IBC to launch DataMiner 7.5, which it describes as a major new release of its DataMiner network management platform.
DataMiner 7.5 will include a new user-centric approach on notifications, an enhanced service management layer, the introduction of DataMiner Applications and a suite of mobile applications extending the reach of DataMiner to any mobile device platform.
DataMiner Applications is a new framework within the DataMiner network management system, which will enable service providers to design out-of-the-box product or technology-specific applications. These DataMiner Applications will be designed by Subject Matter Expert teams, comprising Skyline’s DataMiner experts and product experts from various leading vendors. In addition to some product specific solutions, which will be announced at a later stage, DataMiner 7.5 will offer an advanced IP Network Manager DataMiner Applications to auto-discover end-to-end IP networks, manage IP network configurations and monitor IT assets and services. DataMiner Service Management has been revised in DataMiner 7.5. DataMiner Service Management is responsible for the run-time aggregation and translation of device information into service-oriented information.
The technology is used today to manage services in IPTV, satellite, broadcast and HFC broadband environments. It enables operators to see the impact of infrastructure incidents on a service level, and to take the appropriate actions to safeguard their revenues.
“These are very exciting times again for Skyline. We have spent a tremendous amount of development resources on this release, and that clearly shows when you see the result. As the global leader in multi-vendor network management for IPTV, satellite, broadcast and HFC broadband infrastructures, we have a strong reputation of leading the way and setting the benchmark on how complex technology ecosystems can be managed more efficiently than ever before,” said Ben Vandenberghe, sales and marketing director at Skyline Communications. ”
Skyline will be exhibiting at IBC on Stand 1.A21
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04 December 2020 @ 14:27:04 UTC