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Leading Hungarian systems integrator implements Clear's Clearview(R)
suite for Hungarian telecommunications firm
Optical Network Management Software for Matav to Proactively Address
Potential Circuit Failures
Lincolnshire, Illinois (ots-PRNewswire)- Optical network management software leader Clear today announced that Matav, Hungary's leading telecom service provider, will implement the Clearview product suite through Budapest-based NETvisor, Ltd. Clear and NETvisor formed a partnership late last year whereby NETvisor serves as the Authorised Systems Integrator and Support Center for Clear's Hungarian software deployments. As a result of Hungary's deregulated telecommunications market, carriers like Matav are differentiating themselves through increased quality of service. Clearview will help Matav achieve this goal through benefits such as: - Improved network quality though short- and long-term performance monitoring, chronic problem identification, and proactive network management. - Customer reporting tools that prove service quality daily, monthly, quarterly, or yearly. In addition to service differentiation, Clearview users such as Matav realise cost savings through reductions in: - Mean-time-to-repair. - Dispatches required to isolate faults. - Circuit downtime by isolating problems to specific network segments rior to taking a circuit out of service. "Maintaining the levels of satisfaction our customers demand as we rapidly expand our optical infrastructure is critical," said Dr Wiener, representative from Matav. "To meet those requirements, we selected Clearview because its visualisation capabilities allow us to pinpoint network problems while its reporting features allow us to better manage Service Level Agreements." Clear's service assurance software suite, called Clearview(R), graphically displays circuit configurations, proactively identifies and correlates service problems to affected customers, and consolidates performance details into graphical reports that measure against Service Level Agreements (SLAs). "As telecommunications markets across the world become increasingly deregulated and more competitive, carriers will begin to differentiate themselves through value added services rather than price pointing," said Lawrence Brinded, Director, Business Development for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) for Clear. "Matav is a leading European Telecommunications firm leading this trend. It has integrated Clearview to answer customer demand for superior service while cutting operating costs." About MATAV MATAV is the principal provider of telecom services in Hungary and presently holds the national concession for national and international long distance telephony. MATAV provides a broad range of services including telephony, data transmission, value-added services, and its subsidiary is Hungary's largest mobile telecom provider. About NETvisor, Ltd. NETvisor Ltd. is a system integrator specialised in the design and realisation of corporate networks, value-added telecommunications and IT systems, network and system management and monitoring solutions as well as software development. The company is recognised for its creative and flexible, customer focused approach. NETvisor's customer base includes market-leading telecommunications companies, wireless carriers and Internet service providers, large utilities as well as government organisations. Located in Budapest, NETvisor's solutions and services are available for end-users and partners all over Hungary. For more information on NETvisor, call +36-1-463-4392, or access the company's Web site. About Clear Clear is a global supplier of optical network management software solutions that ensure network reliability, peak performance and improved efficiency for communication service providers. The company's customer-centric approach is recognised for its leadership in network circuit visualisation and customer correlation in fault and performance management. Headquartered in suburban Chicago, Clear markets its products directly as well as through strategic partnerships with systems integrators and original equipment manufacturers. For more information on Clear and its products and solutions, call +1 847-317-2500, or access the company's Web site at http://www.clear.com ots Original Text Service: Clear Internet: www.newsaktuell.ch Contact: Rob Russ of Clear, +1 847-374-8457, or E-mail: email@example.com; or Christine Attalla of Edelman PR Worldwide, +1 312-240-2722, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, for Clear Internet: www.clear.com