Poland's Netia Implements Comarch Fault Management System

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Comarch announced that it has completed the first phase of a project to implement the Comarch Fault Management system for Netia, one of the largest telecom operators in Poland.

The deployment of the system was carried out in the second half of 2017 and it enables Netia to detect and quickly resolve problems with a service or network.

The first phase of the implementation project involved installation of equipment at the site indicated by Netia, deployment of the operating system, databases and the Comarch Fault Management solution, as well as configuration and integration with the Netia Group’s network systems.

At this stage of the project, Comarch prepared a hardware platform needed to install the solution. The operating system and databases were also deployed. As a next step, the Fault Management system was implemented. After the system was started up, the proper integration began of the part of the network infrastructure identified by Netia as critical and requiring to be monitored once the services are launched.

Work is under way on the second phase of the project, involving integration of the remaining components of the network architecture, which are now packaged in bundles. This approach will expedite integration of business critical network monitoring systems.

Rawel Workiewicz, Integrated Assurance and Analytics Business Unit Director, Comarch
The major challenge with the project was its ambitious timeline – the existing fault management solution was to soon be turned off due to nearing expiry of the service contract with the partner maintaining the Netia Group’s network. By that time, the necessary integration work had to be completed for all business critical systems. 

Marcin Palkowski, Director of Technology and Network Management, Netia
Fast implementation of the systems critical to network monitoring was our priority, and Comarch managed to meet all expectations. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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