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Newest Generation NMS to Manage all Connected Devices at IBC 2017

WorldCast Systems showcased their new software solution at IBC 2017, which enables broadcasters to efficiently manage all connected devices throughout their network.

The WorldCast Manager provides a centralized, intuitive interface from which to manage any size of network, comprising equipment from any manufacturer. Compatible with smartphone devices, the WorldCast Manager and the software offers comprehensive and highly customisable alarm management and notification. These new features ensure that all significant issues can be identified and dealt with at any time of the day with no need for 24/7 manning of facilities.

In addition to day-to-day monitoring and supervision, the WorldCast Manager offers extensive capabilities for data mining, analysis and reporting enabling decision-making at various levels of the organisation. The software provides both global operational insights as well as detailed analysis of granular data to improve quality of service throughout, facilitate predictive maintenance and optimise the performance of the network.

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