With the development of the IT and IP technologies and the integration of the telecommunications, IT, media and consumer electronics industries, a revolution in the telecom industry is inevitable. Building a broadband, mobile, and converged network is the developing trend and operators' marketing positioning and business models will have to change accordingly.
To cope with network development, the U2000 incorporates the all-IP and FMC management schemes in order to manage bearer and access equipment in an integrated manner.
The iManager U2000 inherits all the functions of the original T2000, N2000 BMS, and DMS systems, and manages Huawei transport, IP, and access equipment in a unified manner. It uses scalable and modular architecture to meet various network management requirements and supports smooth upgrade from single-domain management to multi-domain management in order to meet the requirements of integrated network development.
U2000 supports E2E scheduling of IP, WDM, MSTP, microwave, and access services, achieving quick service delivery to fully meet customer requirements.
U2000 employs an intelligent fault analysis system to accurately locate a fault within seconds. It also supports correlation analysis of alarms to filter out approximately 85% of irrelevant alarms and improves the accuracy and efficiency of fault locating.
U2000 enables integrated and visualized management and one-click configuration. These features make the learning of IP technologies much easier for traditional O&M engineers and help operators achieve a total reduction in O&M costs.
The NBIs supported by the U2000 include SNMP, CORBA, XML, and FTP. The U2000 can streamline the transport, IP, and access domains with any interface. Huawei has established a strategic partnership with mainstream OSS vendors worldwide, serving 60% of the global top 50 operators.