Access Management by Alcatel-Lucent

Alcatel-Lucent Access Management

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A1353
A1353
1353 Litespan Management System
As part of Alcatel-Lucent's comprehensive next-generation access portfolio, the Alcatel-Lucent 1353 Litespan Management System (LMS) manages the Alcatel-Lucent 1540 Litespan product family. This robust system provides network viewing, equipment configuration, service provisioning, alarm collection, remote inventory, testing and remote software upgrade of Alcatel-Lucent 1540 Litespan network elements. It also offers subscriber management for voice services.
A5523
A5523
5523 ADSL Work Station
The Alcatel-Lucent 5523 ADSL Work Station (AWS) is the premiere element manager designed to deliver a complete management solution for Alcatel-Lucent's ETSI-based broadband access platforms. The Alcatel-Lucent 5523 AWS enables remote support of network elements, including provisioning, software downloads, database backup and restore, fault management and disaster recovery. An intelligent GUI translates simple point-and-click actions into complex management information base (MIB) variables and sequences of TL1 or SNMP commands.
A5526
A5526
5526 Access Management System
The Alcatel-Lucent 5526 Access Management System (AMS) is the premiere ANSI element manager that delivers a complete management solution for Alcatel-Lucent Litespan, Advanced Services Access Manager (ASAM), and Fiber to the User (FTTU) platforms. It allows for full remote support of network elements, including provisioning, software downloads, database backup and restore, fault management, disaster recovery and performance monitoring. The Alcatel-Lucent 5526 AMS provides an intelligent graphical user interface (GUI) to translate simple point-and-click actions to complex management information base (MIB) variables and sequences of transaction language 1 (TL1) or simple network management protocol (SNMP) commands.
A5528
A5528
5528 Web Based Access Manager (WAM)
The Alcatel-Lucent 5528 WAM is a PC and Solaris-based tool for configuring, maintaining and troubleshooting Alcatel-Lucent 1000/7300 ASAMs. Operators use Netscape Communicator or Internet Explorer browsers to access ASAMs through a web-interface.
Ideally suited to small networks, the Alcatel-Lucent 5528 WAM provides a supplemental maintenance and troubleshooting capability for major networks. It increases the number of user sessions available to operators and enables local central office (CO) technicians to use the WAM to turn-up initial hardware, and provide on-site hardware maintenance.
A5529
A5529
5529 OSS Alarm Dispatcher
The Alcatel-Lucent 5529 OSS Alarm Dispatcher (OAD) is an advanced alarm dispatching solution that facilitates the integration of alarm flows into client OSS applications. It integrates on top of the access element managers, from which it retrieves alarm and state information. Alarms are aggregated and formatted, then dispatched in real time, or batch mode, to the appropriate client OSS applications.
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A5529-228-1336361635
Statistics and Data Collector
With the introduction of sensitive real-time services, such as voice and video over broadband DSL access, service poviders need to deploy OSS applications in order to track service quality, bandwidth usage and network load. To achieve these goals, OSS applications must be fed with a large volume of statistical and performance data that is generated by the network.
A5530
A5530
5530 Network Analyzer
In today's competitive market, digital subscriber line (DSL) service providers need to differentiate their offering through service availability and diversity. With the introduction of high-margin services both the access and the core network will be pushed to their limits. The Alcatel-Lucent 5530 Network Analyzer is an application suite that helps service providers to manage their DSL infrastructure such that the service requirements can be met and supports the roll-out of these services throughout all stages.
A5539
A5539
5539 Statistics and Data Collector
With the introduction of sensitive real-time services, such as voice and video over broadband DSL access, service poviders need to deploy OSS applications in order to track service quality, bandwidth usage and network load. To achieve these goals, OSS applications must be fed with a large volume of statistical and performance data that is generated by the network.