nuPSYS collaborates with Mobile Nationwide Service Provider to Develop Solutions for Data Centers and Nationwide Network
nuPSYS, a leader in the data center and cell site automation, signed an agreement with the nationwide mobile wireless service provider to develop solutions for their network and data centers. These solutions will empower mobile network providers with state-of-the-art automation and visualization solutions.
The network complexity, distributed data centers, and mobile 4G/5G networks have burgeoned over the years. nuPSYS visual tools will significantly improve the scalability, instant visual awareness of end-to-end network issues, equipping the data centers and systems with the necessary tools to efficiently troubleshoot issues through a unique visualization platform.
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nuPSYS has delivered data center and 5G cell site automation, along with visual solutions and 3D-Network-IoT triple views. Adopting nuPSYS’ Virtual-Presence™ and Visual Automation™ will aid in the reduction of cost, time, and risks for data center design and operations, edge computing, mobile and wired networks, and IoT. Customers can avail these solutions via Cisco.
The visual tools will assist service providers and enterprises in preparing their platforms for the evolution of IoT, 5G, and cloud service innovation. It includes enhancement of data centers, redesigning of central office and cell site, placing virtualized and software-defined solutions closer to the end users. The visual tools are uniquely designed to address the global market needs for data center and cell design automation, monitoring, real-time inventory, and operations. The agreement will improve the scalability for customers to monitor, enhance, and deploy new and distributed data centers and cell sites.
The automation and visual tools possess a single dashboard for design, operations, and monitoring. The nuPSYS development team has worked with other technical teams to develop measurable value and savings of cost-time-risks in design, inventory, IoT, data centers, and wireless cell sites through automation and visualization.
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