Information Technology

GL’s Simplified Network Monitoring System for Multiple T1 E1 Lines

03 July 2018

Source: GL Communications, Inc.Source: GL Communications, Inc.

GL Communications Inc., a provider of telecom test and measurement solutions, announces its high density TDM network surveillance system (NetSurveyorWeb™ and 16-port T1 E1 Analysis Probe- tScan16™) and latest NetSurveyorWeb™ Lite, a simplified web-based network surveillance system, for operators looking for a cost-effective and simple plug-and-play solution.

Speaking to the press, Mr. Vijay Kulkarni, CEO of GL Communications Inc., said, “Our Passive Network Monitoring and Diagnostic Systems facilitate historical storage, retrieval, querying, and display of Call Detail Records (CDRs) by non-intrusively connecting to TDM, Optical, or IP networks. Currently supported protocols include LTE, UMTS IuCS, UMTS IuPS, VoIP (SIP, SIGTRAN, H.323, MAP, CAP), SS7, ISDN, CAS, TRAU and GSM.”

He further added, “Typically, this requires protocol analysis probes for capturing physical layer, signalling call flows, and voice/data traffic, and a central system comprised of a database engine, web server, and NetSurveyorWeb™, a web-based application, to facilitate data storage and retrieval through web browser clients. Recent developments introduced NetSurveyorWeb™ Lite, an integrated and a cost-effective monitoring system, that allows multiple protocol analysis probes, and all central system components such as database engine, and web server to run on a single system as depicted in the above diagram. The system allows for easy plug-and-play and simplified deployment process to start monitoring the networks.”

Mr. Kulkarni explained, “Deploying High-density tScan16™ T1 E1 probes can continuously and simultaneously monitor hundreds to thousands of signaling links over 16 T1s or E1s lines with high performance. This provides improved processing and response times for calculating statistics, quality measurements, call data records, filter, search and other such functions.”

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