Intuitive screens offer more flexibility for Network Monitor and Control System Users
SATCOM Technologies' NetMAC® Network Monitor and Control System has been upgraded with a number of stand-out improvements to make it the M&C system of choice.
DeWayne Gray, SATCOM Technologies Product Line Manager, said, "We've made a number of changes to the NetMAC® software to make it more flexible and easier to use.
"We’ve added a new GUI Interface updated to take advantage of the most current tools available. This new interface displays screens with typical tree views and folder windows. The new NetMAC® software can use any image to create highly intuitive screens for the user."
SATCOM Technologies' NetMAC® M&C system offers a host of standard features found only as options on other M&C systems including:
- Macros and Scripting Capability
- History Collection
- SNMP Agent
- Report Generation
- Screen Editor
- GUI Driver Writing Tool
- Live Data Graphing
- "Pop-through" Windowing
- Task Scheduling
- Customizable On-Line Help
- Built In protocol Analyzer
"In addition," Gray said, "the new NetMAC® uses very small but powerful input/output or I/O managers located near the RF equipment for gathering status and relaying commands to the equipment. The I/O managers use a fraction of the power that traditional Front End Processors or FEPs use. I/O Managers do not require fans to keep cool and have a MTBF of approximately 100,000 hours compared to the 30,000 hours of FEPs."
General Dynamics' NetMAC® Network Monitor and Control System is a complete management tool for a wide range of telecommunications systems. Combining proven off-the-shelf solutions with customized engineering for each application, NetMAC® provides cost effective and powerful central control of network operations.
NetMAC® is designed to manage communications systems at either a single site or through a network having multiple remote locations communicating through a single hub, multiple hubs, or a hubless mesh network. NetMAC® can be configured to work within any existing topology and can easily expand to meet future growth requirements.
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