Network performance dashboards for CxOs on the go

Astellia, a provider of monitoring products for the optimisation of mobile network Quality of Service (QoS), has unveiled its new C-Sight application for smartphones and tablets.

C-Sight is an information-rich management application, which delivers business intelligence to CxOs “on the move”. It has been designed to facilitate fast and effective network-related decisions anywhere and at anytime, by providing instant visibility into network performance and the QoS experienced by subscribers.

The data presented is based on gauges that immediately show the KPI value compared to industry reference benchmarks. Simply by touching one of the gauge charts, users can view the KPI trend over the last 24 hours and up to 1 month.

Using the application, relevant decision makers can also assess and benchmark performance across multiple networks through interactive color-coded maps.

The secured web browser-based user interface is optimised for smartphones & tablets and supports interactive touch-screen navigation. The personalised dashboards consolidate figures from Astellia, relying on OMC counters and probe-based data monitoring.

“We have seen a growing demand from our customers to monitor their network performance whilst traveling”, said Ronan Billon, Product Customisation Director at Astellia. “We are thrilled to launch the C-Sight application for smartphones and tablets. Using the mobile application, CxOs will benefit from seamless access to crucial intelligence to take informed actions and increase efficiency as well productivity.”

Astellia are currently showcasing the C-Sight application at the India Telecom Expo in New Delhi, India.

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