Get a unified end-to-end network view via fiber monitoring, active, passive and mobile-device probes. Use that real-time probe data to flag problems, add performance-polling to pinpoint their location.
Customize that entire solution to address the specific and differing analytic requirements of various services (i.e. VoLTE, ViLTE) and NFV applications. The result? EXFO has created a truly unique approach to service and network monitoring.
Programmable, open, customizable and scalable solutions that easily grow and change with operator networks. A vendor-agnostic approach collects and analyzes data from both EXFO’s and third-party probes along with other network devices.
Performance-polling of network hardware adds a non-intrusive source of network performance data.
Future Proof Design
Designed to adapt to changing operator business models, EXFO is prepared for the next wave while strongly supporting your current environment.
We’ve built our solutions knowing that 5G is on its way and understand the importance of service monitoring and analytics in the automation of systems being driven by SDN and NFV.
Over 30 years of experience in network traffic simulation, testing and service assurance, and an engagement with equipment manufacturers have enabled EXFO to develop a deep understanding of how the transport, service and application network layers work together, and how issues with one layer influences the others.
The most comprehensive end-to-end analytics solution available. Collect and combine data from various sources including third-party, and generate real-time and historical reports viewable through charts, grids and maps.
Key to effectively assure services and virtualized infrastructure performance—active testing can pinpoint a CSP’s specific effect on QoE, help reduce SLA redemption rates and accurately measure true end-to-end latency.
Continuous 24x7 real-time service monitoring enabling you to understand per-subscriber service experience and troubleshoot individual user sessions. Combine with active testing for layers 1-7 visibility.
Physical layer network management, with mapping of problems such as fiber cuts or degraded performance directly to services and subscribers who are impacted.