Netadmin Systems announced that it showcases
transformational technology at the world’s premier broadband event in Paris 26
September 2011. The telecoms industry elite will catch first sight of a
transformational network management product, capable of taking fast broadband
to areas outside of reach of conventional technologies at the Broadband World
Forum in Paris.
Netadmin Systems’ Service Exchange Platform (SEP) aggregates open access
networks enabling any independent network to be responsible for its own
administration, operation and IT infrastructure without them becoming complex
“New initiatives for building Next Generation Access (NGA) networks are
currently taking place in large scale. The networks are mostly small to midsize
and there is therefore a need to standardize the services being offered,” said
Matthias Trygg, CEO, Netadmin.
“The Service Exchange Platform provides a single
interface so that services and subscribers in multiple external access networks
can be managed simply and effectively. It will boost broadband reach
throughout Europe connecting consumers and supporting economic
productivity,” Trygg added.
The SEP is a system that provides a single point for managing line access
services in different networks. Every network that is connected to SEP is
responsible for providing a compliant application programming interface (API)
so that service providers can achieve the same functionality for all connected
The SEP defines functionality for support of service fulfillment, service
assurance and operations support and readiness processes. It supports service
providers and line access providers including
capacity/middle-mile/transport providers, as well as active services (Ethernet
Active Line Access).
It is designed so that ISPs can communicate with an API
as well as a Graphical User Interface (GUI). It uses distributed storage
architecture for maximum performance and security. SEP only manages the
delivery points in the network and doesn’t contain any end customer
Netadmin Systems recently announced
that its platform enables ISPs to manage their services and subscribers across
multiple access networks. It will be deployed for the first time in the UK and
is set to bring next generation broadband to the Not-Spots.
The Service Exchange Platform (SEP) which aggregates open
access networks, will enable any independent network to be responsible for its
own administration, operation and IT infrastructure without them becoming
complex and inefficient.
By Telecomlead.com Team