Teleste provides Brutele with network management software

Tuesday 14 May 2019 | 13:49 CET | News
Finnish networking specialist Teleste has provided Brussels cable provider Brutele with a next-generation network management software system. Brutele, the parent of Voo, implemented Teleste's CATVisor Argus EMS software last year to increase the performance of its network infrastructure. The software is a client-server-based multi-user network management system for monitoring, controlling and configuring network elements in a cable network environment. The software supports all of Teleste's headend and HFC products as well as any third-party product supporting HMS and SNMP protocols.

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Categories: Fixed / IT
Companies: Brutele / Teleste / Voo
Countries: Belgium
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