Crowthorne, Berkshire – 21 January 2009: Service provider customers of fibre optic communications specialist Fibre Technologies Ltd (FTL) will benefit from the ability to rapidly execute automated service creation for managed Ethernet access, as well as the ability to undertake real-time end-to-end service level agreement (SLA) monitoring. This is as a result of a new partnership with Finnish SLA, service creation and performance management expert, Creanord.
Creanord produces the EchoVaultTM SLA EMS (element management system); a performance management and reporting solution that presents service providers with an invaluable real-time picture of activity on their networks. In addition to this per second SLA and QoS (quality of service) reporting, the EchoVault SLA EMS has the ability to perform automated RFC -2544 performance testing, providing seamless out-of service or in-service throughput, latency and packet loss measurement. This automated SLA and performance testing helps operators reduce the network downtime and improve the quality of different CoS (class of services).
The Creanord solution is deployed in conjunction with the Accedian EtherNIDTM and MetroNIDTM Ethernet demarcation devices.
“Partnering with Fibre Technologies to deliver our products in the UK is an exciting development for Creanord,” says Jorma H?m?l?inen, president, Creanord. “Ian Hunt and his team have a comprehensive understanding of the industry in the UK, which will help us to ensure we can achieve our desired market share in this country.”
“Fibre Technologies is constantly reviewing products in the marketplace to ensure we are providing the most advanced technology to our customers,” explains Ian Hunt, managing director, Fibre Technologies. “Combining the Creanord software with the Accedian Ethernet converter provides our clients with the high level of visibility crucial to maintaining the efficiency and performance of their networks.”
Creanord EchoVaultTM SLA EMS: features & benefits
- Enables automated premium, SLA-backed services with accelerated provisioning
- Offers services (L2/L3) with flexible bandwidth policing
- Provides continuous QoS & SLA Monitoring per Class of Service
- High precision measurements: 1 ?s resolution
- Validates end-to-end SLA performance without disrupting customer traffic
- Provides end-to-end OAM visibility
- Intelligent loop-back functionality
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Creanord assists carriers and service providers to streamline networks and business operations by providing a comprehensive solution for Ensuring Quality of ExperienceTM and for strengthening customer loyalty.
The company’s Creanord EchoVaultTM SLA EMS, Managed Ethernet Access and Quality Assurance solution improves operational efficiency by visualising and correlating quality intelligence retrieved from new world networks and services.
Creanord’s solution is deployed initially during network installation and then throughout ongoing operations enabling automated Service Level Agreements and L2 Ethernet Access creation, performance assurance, quality management and network analysis. Furthermore, the solution maximises value by offering seamless integration with business and operation support systems.
The company has offices in Helsinki and Stockholm to respond to customer and channel partners needs worldwide.
About Fibre Technologies
Fibre Technologies Ltd (FTL) enables companies to cope with the increasing demand for greater network bandwidth. Its fibre optic communication products and services allow telecommunications carriers, ISPs, universities and IT infrastructure providers to alleviate congestion in existing networks by providing innovative solutions that overcome capacity limitations.
Founded in 1990, FTL works with its customers to understand their needs and anticipate market trends. The company’s technical expertise and market understanding, coupled with a focus on customer service has resulted in a customer base that includes BT, ntl:Telewest Business (Virgin Media), Logica, StorageTek, Subsea 7, IPC Media, Sun Microsystems and a number of top Universities and research facilities such as those at Bristol, Lancaster, Imperial College, Warwick and many others.