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Ontology Launches Intelligent 360

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LONDON -- Ontology Systems, the semantic search company for enterprise application data, today announces the launch of Intelligent 360 for Network Operators (i360-NetOps), a product to help operators gain a reliable, fast and holistic view of their network across all layers, technologies and vendors. i360-NetOps helps organisations to carry out network troubleshooting, navigate their infrastructure and the customers that depend on it, handle their change management and track the alignment and quality of the data that describes the network and its services.

i360-NetOps is released alongside the latest version of the Ontology platform – Ontology 4.5 – which focuses on graph and search technology (first seen in Ontology 4.0) to the most pressing data integration problem facing communications providers today: their inability to discern a comprehensive, consistent, up-to-date view of their network across all layers, technologies and vendors from the fragmented and diverse data sources that describe it “Two decades after the network revolution of the 1990s, operators continue to struggle with the consequences of not knowing their network: excessive third party costs, slow fault resolution, billing errors, poor customer experience, costly stranded assets and customer retention problems,” says Leo Zancani, CTO, Ontology Systems. “With i360-NetOps, they can gain a 360° view of their network, rapidly and affordably know all their services, implemented across all technologies and vendors, in all network layers and how these services relate to their customers.”

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