Our comprehensive set of Managed Network Services can provide you with the flexibility you need to evolve your network, reduce OPEX and CAPEX, and improve network reliability.
With Aviat’s decades of experience building NOCs and operating NOC-centric services for your network, Aviat can provide managed services at your location, or at our Global Network Operations Center in San Antonio, Texas.
FAS isolates and analyzes interference events with a single click of the mouse. Its innovative algorithm will enable you to baseline your networks so you can see the effects of interference over time – key to better insight and remediation.
HAS simplifies the complexity of link management, greatly improves microwave network reliability and performance, and lowers OPEX. It can eliminate outages, stop unnecessary and wasteful truck rolls, and dramatically reduce user dissatisfaction and complaints.
Prolong the life of your equipment and mitigate the risk of unforeseen downtime and repair expenses. If a service request cannot be resolved remotely, we dispatch personnel and equipment to the diagnose problem, restore service, and correct the issue.
Our remote software upgrades program helps future proof your investment in Aviat software. Your software will be updated automatically, improving your network performance, security, usability, reliability and resiliency.
Aviat’s Network Operation Centers (NOCs) have the infrastructure and processes to protect customer information and equipment assets with a high degree of security. The NOC in the United States follows ISO 27001 guidelines on how to properly secure IT operations. As part of following the ISO 27001 guidance, all NOC-associated Business Continuity (i.e., Disaster Recovery) response capabilities are fully tested on a regular basis.
Managing the complexity of today’s network infrastructures is pressure-filled. Network operators are tasked to do more with fewer resources, and are constantly juggling priorities and budgets. That’s where outsourcing can help. Here’s how.
First: financial. It’s less expensive to procure capabilities, such as 24/7 network monitoring, than to grow them internally.
Next: expertise. While cost is important, specialized knowledge and experience can protect your data and your infrastructure from downtime and external threats.
Third: geographic – resources when and where you need them – particularly important when modernizing or expanding a network, or troubleshooting issues.
Finally: reduces exposure to operational risk – enables network managers to focus on keeping the network ahead of business demands, not day-to-day wireless transport infrastructure management.
Does this make sense for your network? Let’s talk