||Leverage next-gen network traffic analysis-today!|
IBM Tivoli® Netcool® Performance Flow Analyzer (TNPFA), a flow-based network traffic performance analysis system,
provides users detailed visibility into the composition of network traffic. With the knowledge of the traffic patterns within
their networks, service providers can more effectively:
- Plan for expanding capacity as well as troubleshoot
performance problems, anticipating and reporting potential problems to network analysts and planners.
- Observe the
traffic patterns over time, enabling planners to strategically plan expansions or reconfigurations, rather than simply throwing
bandwidth at any congestion problems.
- Track which applications are consuming more bandwidth and quickly isolate
and identify the problem sources to aid efforts to enhance customer satisfaction.
- Understand what applications
are most popular and growing, which could effect how a service provider chooses to package services.
||New on TelecomTV: The Bottom Line|
Tune into TelecomTV's newest program sponsored by IBM, The Bottom Line. Yes, you guessed it...The Bottom Line focuses
on how you can improve performance and increase revenue opportunities even in these tough economic conditions.
Catch episode 1, "Get Smart," and stay tuned for new episodes. The program will run for a year with new episodes
airing on the second Wednesday of each month.
||The ROI of IBM Tivoli Netcool|
In a recently commissioned white paper sponsored by IBM, Profitability
and OSS Support: A Return on Investment Analysis of IBM Tivoli Netcool, IDC studied 14 telecommunications service providers
that used IBM Tivoli Netcool to implement performance management,
service quality management, and network fault management. IDC’s analysis of these sites indicates
that IBM Tivoli Netcool yields a high level of business value - including an average ROI of up to 625%,
average payback of as little as six months and average annual benefit of up to $23.5M!
Be sure to listen
to the webcast, Analyst Study and ROI
of IBM Tivoli Netcool Customers, featuring guest speaker, IDC Program
Director Elisabeth Rainge, who explores
the IDC results and analysis.
And do your own calculations! Use the ROI calculator from IDC, which will help you quickly and easily understand the
average annual benefit that you may be able to achieve using IBM Tivoli
Netcool. Simply answer the questions that
are specific to your organization and see the results you could
more about IBM Tivoli Netcool
||Pulse 2010: Calling all service management experts!
Pulse 2010, the premier service management event, returns to the MGM Grand Las Vegas February 21-24, 2010. Once again,
Pulse will feature a dedicated stream for CSPs: Service Assurance for Service Providers, focused on improving network service
quality with on-time, cost effective, reliable solutions.
The key to an outstanding conference will be your
participation. We welcome you to present how you implemented service management expertise for successful business
results. And remember: Client speakers will receive a free pass to attend Pulse!
your proposal by November 2
||Alcatel-Lucent Exchange Summit 2009
Join IBM at the second annual Alcatel-Lucent customer forum October 12 -13 in Les Fontaines, France, where we are a Gold
Sponsor. This year’s theme is Transforming the Customer
Experience, exploring the domains of video monetization, application enablement and service delivery excellence.
miss our keynote on IBM Service Management for CSPs, delivered by Joao Perez, Vice President, IBM Tivoli Worldwide
Sales and Kieran Moynihan , Vice President & CTO, IBM Tivoli Telecommunications.
||SmarterCities New York City
As leaders, we all have a vital stake in ensuring that our cities
become more resilient, more sustainable and more secure. Indeed, the
health of our planet and of society depends on it. Let's start shaping
On October 1-2, 2009 in New York City, IBM will host the
SmarterCities forum to explore how progressive cities are transforming
to meet the new realities of the 21st century.
Hosted by IBM Chairman, President and
CEO Samuel J. Palmisano, our SmarterCities NYC forum will create a
peer-to-peer exchange for leaders from the public, private, and
voluntary sectors to engage with like-minded thinkers and shape the
blueprints for smarter cities. We will discuss new approaches to
regional partnership, identify roadblocks, evaluate frameworks for
investment and review the tools and technologies that are making our
urbanizing planet more instrumented, more interconnected and more
us in New York City!
Managing Editor: Paul Hoffman
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