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Trend Detection Function Added To Network Management System


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Rockwell Collins
: 04 August, 2010  (New Product)
The MaxView network management system from Rockwell Collins now features trend detection for enabling intervention before network problems occur
Rockwell Collins' popular MaxView Monitoring and Control software for communication networks has been enhanced with the addition of 'trend detection' capabilities.

The software upgrade, available for both military and commercial users of the MaxView system, helps sort through information overload by proactively detecting data trends on the network. These trends allow customers to make informed decisions that can be manifested as automated corrective actions, performed without operator intervention.

'Trend detection is the first step in predictive analytics, which uses state-of-art algorithmic models to enable users to quickly identify actionable information in their data,' said Alan Caslavka, vice president and general manager of Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence Solutions for Rockwell Collins. 'Users can then use that actionable information to proactively plan system replacement during scheduled outages, increasing system availability and reliability. Additionally, operations teams can reduce costs by adjusting logistics and maintenance planning based on their system's data.'

MaxView's trend detection module works in real time, detecting events as they happen. Live and historical data is analyzed, enabling trends to be tracked over weeks, months and even years. Trend detection is totally integrated with MaxView's graphical user interface, which allows users to view the trending graphs alongside the rest of their network status. It also allows the user to define alarms, email and pop-up notifications, and triggers for event-based automation like device attenuation and failover.

MaxView is a highly scalable architecture that can monitor and control thousands of devices and hundreds of sites to deliver enterprise-wide performance management. It allows network operators to consolidate existing equipment and next generation networks into one management system and provides enhanced reporting to solidify decision support. By eliminating the need for separate proprietary systems, MaxView minimizes complexity and cost and improves service delivery.

With more than 600 systems installed and supported in 40 countries and on all seven continents, MaxView is a proven solution that customers trust.
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