Getting more out of your existing network investments
Cost pressure and capacity demand on the transport network is increasing. Network optimization is a cost-effective way to ensure that existing network assets are efficiently used. Traffic flow analysis of the main network applications helps to identify potential capacity bottlenecks and single point of failures in the network topology.
Our Network Optimization process involves all network stakeholders to assess their current and future project demands for the transport network. This provides the basis for an end-to-end review of the capacity requirements which optimizes the use of available transport bandwidth and statistical packet network gain. Aviat will also recommend adjustments to network configurations or data packet traffic flows, as well as recommending adding or replacing components to improve the network’s performance.
By listening to our customers, our IP architects respond with a network evolution plan that addresses pain points and provides a clear path to an optimized networking solution.
Aviat’s Network Optimization service will ensure that your overall network evolution plans are going in the right direction and make the best use of existing transport network assets.
- Best-in-class certified network and IP transmission experts
- Experience includes third-party equipment certifications
- End-to-end design and troubleshooting services for WiMAX and backhaul networks, including ASN and CSN core network elements
- Results: the acceleration of the return on customer financial, technology, and human capital investments
- Network audits and benchmarking to establish a baseline of infrastructure currently in service across the customer network
- Advice and benchmark plans for the network evolution from TDM to IP/Ethernet packet transport against international best practices and trends
- Review network traffic growth forecasts and identify potential for traffic reduction to make better use of existing capacity, existing network assets
- Develop designs and plans for introducing Quality of Service (QoS) for IP/Ethernet packet transport networks
- Develop network reliability and capacity upgrade options of new microwave and fiber transmission links
- Identify cost-effective network improvement areas and quick wins
- Key engineering integration tasks:
- Layer 2 packet routing configurations
- NMS design strategies and connectivity
- WiMAX traffic engineering
- WiMAX ASN-GW and CSN structure and settings