Microwave Radio Element Manager (REM) Legacy Product


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The Microwave Radio Network Element Manager (REM) is a distributed TMN-compliant network management system that allows service providers to operate, administer, maintain and provision all radio elements in a transport or access network from a single location. REM lowers the cost of network operations by giving service providers total view and total control of the radio network. With REM, service providers can perform all functions available locally at each radio node from a remote, central location. Based on the HP Open View Network Node Manager, REM employs a management information database (MIB) to interface with SNMP agents located throughout the radio network. REM interacts with these agents to retrieve performance, alarm and management information and to issue commands to the equipment. REM behaves like an open-radio WAN, meaning it can access the radio network from anywhere a TCP/IP connection is available. Key Features/Benefits

  • Graphical user interface for simple, point-and-click navigation
  • Graphical representation of network map and managed equipment
  • PC-based, open-system architecture for seamless interface with other SNMP solutions and higher-level network management systems like Nortel Networks Preside and INM
  • Performance monitoring compliant with ITU-T and Bellcore standards
  • Four-level security hierarchy
  • Automatic paging notification to alert maintenance personnel of a standing alarm
  • Support for a backup REM system, operating in hot-standby mode

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