Artel Video Systems has announced the xView Management Platform, a browser-based, network-level monitoring platform that aids operators in managing Artel’s DigiLink, InfinityLink and SMART Media Delivery Platform solutions.
Artel said the platform is designed to support various network monitoring architectures for national, regional and/or local operations. xView monitors Artel's network elements via SNMPv2 and provides an aggregate view of DigiLink and InfinityLink chassis on the network in a dashboard, displaying the locations and status of alarms in easy-to-read maps, graphs and charts.
End users can locate faults and then launch DL Manager and IL Manager sessions from within xView for fault and performance diagnostics, configuration and management. Users may add or upgrade the platform's functionality via software download.
Artel will highlight the xView Management Platform in an IP network demonstration during IBC.
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