Performance intelligence portfolio released

Tektronix Communications, provider of Network Intelligence and communications test solutions recently unveiled its Iris Performance Intelligence (IPI) solution.

Designed for teams that are responsible for network, service and IP performance, the IPI solution provides unmatched end-to-end analysis and reporting capabilities coupled with an extremely flexible and powerful KPI/KQI modeling engine that allows operators to better link desired business outcomes to events that occur at the network level.

“Realizing that every customer and every network is different, Tektronix Communications developed its Iris Performance Intelligence solution to enable specialized user workflows for unprecedented speed and efficiency in proactive network management and root cause path analysis,” said Mark Driedger, vice president and general manager of Tektronix Communications’ Network Management business. “IPI provides multiple departments within an operator the ability to monitor and report on applications that provide the highest return on investment by ensuring the successful launch of end user services in a proactive and efficient way. This addition to Tektronix Communications’ Iris suite of products further strengthens the company’s unparalleled offering of Network Intelligence solutions to simplify operators’ business and operational objectives.”

Fix problems before there is one

IPI is a real-time and historic KPI dashboard solution that provides operators the capability to identify network, service and IP performance issues, drill-down to their root cause, and proactively fix the issue before customers are even aware there is a problem. IPI allows multiple departments within an operator to develop their own Key Quality Indicators based on the industry standard categories of accessibility, retainability, integrity and performance.

As a new addition to the Iris suite of products, IPI offers information needed by various departments within an operator to capture and manage the performance of networks and services in real-time to include:

  1. Alarming
  2. Proactive network and service management
  3. Troubleshooting
  4. Bandwidth utilization by protocol and application
  5. User plane traffic volume distribution by network element
  6. Quality of Service baselining
  7. Application user experience
  8. Application usage
  9. Handset usage
  10. Handset performance

Applications within IPI include voice and data applications such as Web Browsing,

E-mail, SMS, MMS and other services traversing on the data/IP network. User-defined applications can be associated to specific URLs, IP addresses and port numbers, application protocols and APNs. IPI can also monitor the performance of key network elements associated with legacy, 3G and 4G/IP networks. 

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