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Australia's MediaHub adopts Skyline's DataMiner service for optical network monitoring

Tuesday 20 October 2020 | 08:50 CET | News
Skyline's DataMiner service is designed to enable MediaHub to access a graphical visual overview that shows the real-time health status of its network. Skyline earlier completed the DDA (Digital Distribution Australia) project, which involved the integration of DDA's broadcast transmitter sites, backbone network links, as well as critical backhaul for the New South Wales Government Radio Network. All this critical communication infrastructure was monitored in DataMiner from a single pane of glass, cutting across all vendor and technology domains within that operation.

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Companies: Skyline Communications
Countries: Australia
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