The Role of T-TOMS
T-TOMS offer best-in-class applications on single or multiple platforms. TTG offers a number of best-in-class applications that extend T-TOMS’s capabilities to various operational roles. T-TOMS is the answer to switch, transmission, signaling, data/IP infrastructure and services management that will accelerate the transition to Third Generation (3G) networks. Currently T-TOMS can provide a complete system of management in the following areas, regardless of whether your network is fixed or mobile:
T-TOMS Frame and Core Applications:
– Service Assurance
– Performance Management
– Configuration Management
– Parameters Management
Fault & Alarm Management
Service Assurance Management
– SLA Service Monitor
Trouble Ticketing Management
– Service Desk
Work Flow Management
– T-SS7 Surveillance System
T-TOMS provides end-to-end management of convergent networks and services by seamless integration of other applications and technologies.
Role of T-TOMS
T-TOMS (TTG-Telecom Oss Management Systems) have been developed to provide a basis for the long term, logical development of management solutions for telecommunications networks. T-TOMS models integrated management systems and system components, specifies an environment in which these components can inter-operate, and implements automated management functions.
This architecture has been developed to give most flexibility so that
- Define and implement network management strategies based on your needs
- Manage existing network elements in real-time
- Add new resources to your network when you need without disruption
- Continue to make use of inherited applications
- Integrate third party applications
T-TOMS implements an open, distributed architecture that includes common arrangement, function and access applications, and provides a mechanism for integrating inherited and third party applications into your system. T-TOMS can connect to networks running under different protocols and can monitor and control the network elements using advance alarm handling and filtering functions. The architecture is based on an entity/director model.
The T-TOMS Client displays T-TOMS data using integrated interface applications to provide a comprehensive system of full network management. The following figure shows an overview of the T-TOMS architecture.
Nine Good Reasons Why You Need T-TOMS
- Be lean and mean (with inventory management)
- Speed up revenue generation (with automated provisioning)
- Minimize risk exposure (by avoiding service-level agreement violations)
- Minimize revenue leakage (through efficient billing systems)
- Increase sales (by enabling the repackaging of services into multiple products for a wider target audience)
- Make sure network is running as it has been planed for (parameters, fault and Alarm management, Performance..)
- They help to ‘satisfy’ customers expectations and thus reduce churn
- Concurrently reduce headcount, increase customer satisfaction (for example, through self-provisioning) and, in some cases, generate revenues from the new self-service functionality.