Network Management as a Service
Leave your network management challenges to us.
A view of the Ericsson Digital Services Dashboard, which provides an operator with the status of the key elements of any Ericsson "as a Service" (aaS) application.
The Digital Services Portal is designed specifically to allow an operator to manage its aaS applications with minimal effort, from modifying the configuration, capacity and functionality of the system, to dynamic monitoring of its performance
A New Generation of Network Management
Our Network Management as a Service solution brings the functionality of the Ericsson Network Management and Automation domain to end-to-end management of the monitoring, trouble shooting, configuration and optimization of networks through automation rules.
Consolidation. Get instant control and visibility of any technology (5G, 4G, 3G & 2G) or multi domain -- whether it is physical (PNF) or virtual network functions (VNF).
Always on-line. Gain real-time access to data for an immediate view of all configuration data and changes in the network, resulting in improved service quality and performance.
Always on the latest release. Ensure that the time-to-market for your Ericsson network nodes and your Network Management as-a-Service system are always at the latest release possible.
Automation. Enjoy incident-driven management, automation rules, remote diagnostics, VNF management and SON optimization.
Optimized costs. Get all the benefits of network management-as-a-service without the need to maintain and operate your own version of the system, and avoid the spikes that traditional on-premise solutions inherently incur.
Your Network Management as a Service Partner Worldwide
The Network Management as a Service portfolio features fully industrialized off-the-shelf products with proven release cycles for delivery and deployment. Consider Network Management as a Service if you want to:
Lower TCO. Create economies of scale that allow you to reduce costs.
Eliminate capacity restrictions. Resolve your worries about capacity needs.
Remove unplanned costs. Pay one price per annum based on capacity and functionally.
Cut risk. Eliminate the need to manage a large scale OSS IT project.
Optimize staff. Remove the need for IT Operations resources.