Despite falling prices, providing high-quality communication services can still be a profitable business. Corporate and SMB customers are prepared to pay premium for reliable and secure data, voice and multimedia services including VPN, MPLS and Carrier-grade Ethernet. Consumers and SOHO customers are looking for cost-efficient alternatives for voice and high-speed Internet access services.
Securing revenues and healthy margins requires smart investments and a constant reduction of OPEX without compromising the quality of service. To achieve the level of operational and business efficiency expected by your customers and shareholders you need an accurate view of your network assets and a quick access to all key network information . Extending OSS/BSS capabilities with a next generation Network Information Management Services becomes imperative.
To meet the business, functional and budgetary requirements of Tier 2/3 Alternative Carriers and ISPs we have developed SunVizion. It is a powerful, cost-efficient Network Information Management solution including Network Inventory, Network Configuration Management, Workflow Management and other applications and business support tools. SunVizion has proved its technical and business value through a number of successful deployments in the CEE region.
NASK is one of the biggest Polish alternative ISPs and broadband. The NASK integrated service package comprises broadband Internet access, corporate networks, data transmission, collocation and hosting, videoconference as well as network security services. Corporate networks are built in cooperation with global operators: INFONET and TeliaSonera. Recently NASK has launched wireless broadband service in a number of biggest Polish cities.
NASK has successfully deployed SunVizion Network Inventory. The system is used for end-to-end network inventory with special focus on NASK optical network resources and clients using services offered based on this network. NASK?s WAN is based on the ATM, Frame Relay and IP technologies.
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