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LG Uplus upgrades Oracle network management system

Monday 25 February 2013 | 10:46 CET | News
Korean operator LG Uplus has upgraded its Oracle Communications Network Resource Management system with Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management 7.1.2 and Oracle Communications Network Integrity 7.1. LG U+ expanded the scope of the Oracle Communications Network Resource Management system to manage its fixed and mobile networks, including access and core components of its 4G network and improved visibility into the configuration of its fixed network. With the deployment, LG Uplus focused on improving network equipment data integrity in terms of monitoring, managing and resolving network failures in its LTE network. As a result, LG Uplus improved its network configuration inventory accuracy rate to 99.9 percent and significantly reduced its failure-prevention and management costs, Oracle said. LG Uplus also expanded its network modeling capabilities to include connectivity and support for collection of network topology information through the system's management capacity feature. LG Uplus initially deployed the Network Resource Management System in April 2010.

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Companies: LG Uplus
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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