NEW DELHI: Bharti Airtel, the country’s largest telecom operator, has implemented DMX India’s Everest IMS solution to maintain and monitor its heterogeneous infrastructure network, the latter said in a statement.
Airtel possesses a vast system with a complex VSAT network, which was difficult to maintain and monitor with a solution with limited features. Everest IMS by DMX India provided Airtel VSAT Network an end-to-end monitoring.
The solution has the capability to cover a wide range of network elements including RF devices.
“As the years moved on, many of these monitoring features have become standard part of the tender requirements from Banks and Governments which could be seamlessly catered to. This capability provided a competitive edge to Airtel over other VSAT service providers in India,” Subash Chandra Bose, Head of Satellite Network Operations at Bharti Airtel Limited, said in a statement.
For the NOC team, Everest solution offered a world of possibilities in terms of network monitoring and scheduling of customised reports to various customers as and when required.
“Everest solution has also resulted in effective network management with optimum people resources at the NOC against the exponentially growing customer base. Over the period, Everest solution has become an unavoidable part of our network operations,” Bose said.
“I strongly feel that IT Infrastructure plays a vital role in the business success these days. A failure in managing a network can bring an entire business/enterprise to its knees. We are pleased to serve Airtel for monitoring and maintain their complex network,” said Satish Kumar V, Country Head at DMX India.
New telecom entrant Reliance Jio Infocomm recently gave a utility management contract to DMX Technologies for mobile towers utility monitoring across all 22 circles, ET reported.