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Next generation monitoring

Break through your data

A typical screen

Yet another typical screen


You may easily
customize 5gVision
look and feel:

Chose your interface style


from a list of predefined
ones
Make adjustments to
existing styles
Devise your own styles
from scratch

The future is closer...


5gVision is a comprehensive traffic
analysis system with:

Charts

Tables

Reports

Alerts

CDR viewer

Calls viewer

Disconnect code reports

Route testing dialer

Signaling and media traffic


collector

Rate management

SNMP poller

Flexible user access


management

All's well that's monitored well


5gVision monitors the following objects of
a switch, as well as their combinations:

Customers and Vendors


Areas
Customers=>Areas or Areas=>Vendors
Customers=>Areas=>Vendors
Customers=>Vendors
Equipment
Equipment groups
Disconnect codes
Union objects, uniting stats for any
number of objects of same type

Some switches may have additional


objects, like nodes or card lots.

I monitor, therefore I am
5gVision calculates every parameter possible, and
a couple of impossible ones:

Current calls
Attempts per hour
Connected calls per hour
Switched minutes per hour
Current capacity

ACD
PSC
ASR
ABR
CPS

% of 487 codes
PDD, TTR, TTC
Number of hunts
Media losses
% of transcoding

Find a parameter we dont monitor, and we'll add it.

Cost per hour


Price per hour
Profit per hour
Profit per minute
Profit per call

Tastes differ

Modular,
Modular fully
customizable menu
and screen design.
Menu items and
screen modules are
drag-and-droppable.
From 1 to 16 different
modules (blocks) per
screen ideal for
large NOC screens.
Adjustable colors.

What you chart is what you get


Charts:

Add/remove charts with ease


through a Legend table.
Different types of statistics
combined on the same chart.

Lines and bars.

Zoom and custom intervals.

Stack charts.

Comparison charts.

Auto-reload every minute.

A silver line above steel bars


5gVision gathers 2 types of
statistical information:

concurrent stats,
stats calculated every minute
and shown as lines on charts, and
per-hour stats that are shown as bars.

Some parameters can be only concurrent,


concurrent
like Active calls, some others make sense
only if calculated over a period of time,
time like
Call attempts, Switched minutes, or Profit.
Most parameters in 5gVision, however, have
both concurrent and per-hour
representations. The second chart shows
ACD as a line and per-hour bars.

A table to save your time


Tables:

Ideal for viewing current


stats for a lot of objects
at once.
Very quick and flexible
filtering
and sorting.
Parent-child relationships
(Customers->Areas
->Vendors).
Direct links to
other modules.

The report takes it all


Reports:

Any statistical and


financial parameters for
periods from 1 hour to 1
month fetched in
seconds.
Parent-child
relationships make it
easy to drill down to
the required level.
Grouping by 1 hour,
1 day, 1 week.
Flexible sorting and
filtering.
filtering

In monitoring we trust
Thumbnails:

Monitor a lot of different


objects/parameters as a
collection of chart
blocks.
Change chart options
individually or for the
whole screen.
Re-arrange or re-size
chart blocks with a
mouse drag.
drag
Maximize any chart to
see more details.
Ideal for large NOC
screens.

Wake me up when September ends


Alerts:

An extremely flexible alerting system.


Alerts on any object or any
parameter.

Absolute or differential alerts.

Delivered via Web, Email, or SMS.


SMS

Schedules, user, and object groups to


control alert delivery.

Monitoring is believing
Alerts are conveniently
shown in charts.
Concurrent alerts (lines):

the red area shows the interval from


the initial alert raise till sending the
raise notification,
the green area shows the interval
from the initial alert clear till sending
the clear notification.

Per-hour alerts (bars):

the red bar indicated the hour for


which the alert was raise,
the green bar indicated the hour in
which the alert was cleared.

A midsummer night's dream


Every alert that was raised/cleared can be sent to certain users'
emails or cell phones via SMS.

All records are equal,

but some records are more equal than others

CDRs:

Very quick extraction.


On the fly filtering and
sorting.

Convenient interval picker.

Adjustable field order.

Export to excel/csv.

Row highlight.
highlight

Disconnect code report.

Direct links to
charts/reports for objects.

Traffic logs tell no lies


Traffic logs:

Sniffing VoIP signaling


packets in real time.
SIP and H.323 support.
Automatic call leg
matching.
Export to txt/PCAP.
View of individual packets
and overall call flows.
flows
Sharing traffic logs with
your customers.

A call flow is better than none


Call flows:

Graphical representation of a call displaying its packet exchange.

View of individual packets,


packets packets comprising a leg or the whole call.
call

Hiding unnecessary legs from call flow.

Sharing call flows with your customers.

A recorded call

is worth a thousand words

Media logs:

Sniffing and recording


call media passing
through your switch.
Two modes available:
recording randomly
selected calls and ondemand recording.
Media playback directly
from a browser.
Recorded audio files
available for download.
download

Try it before you buy it


Dialer:

Automation of
outgoing dialing to
test your routes.
routes
FAS detection for
routes tested.
Full CDRs with
necessary
information on the
tested route.
Call flows for each
tested call.
Recording of media
stream.

Money doesn't smell... it has color

Rate management:

Automatically import and normalize rates coming from partners over emails.

Compare full rate decks or single import batches.

Automatically insert dates depending on rate up/down, etc.

Generate least cost routing tables.

Export rates to csv format to upload to any billing.

Monitor far and beyond


SNMP poller:

Monitor any device,


device
supporting SNMP,
any OID.
OID
Flexible configuration with
device and oid groups.
groups
Final parameters can be
calculated from OID values
via formulas.
formulas
Users can add table
columns for new
OIDs/parameters.
Obtain data via SNMP
requests and traps.
traps

To monitor or not to monitor?

If you wish to request


a fully functional trial,
please contact:

Email:
Skype:
Web:

request@5gfuture.com
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www.5gfuture.com