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Syndesis' NetDiscover upload and discovery solution improves OSS data integrity and benefits bottom line

November 12, 2002

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TORONTO -- Syndesis, the company that brings networks to life globally, today announced the successful Tier 1 deployment of a multi-vendor upload and discovery solution for large service providers with multi-technology networks. With the successful deployment, Syndesis is helping Bell Canada, the leading communications company in Canada, to expand its service and network reconciliation efforts.Leveraging Syndesis’ extensive library of equipment interfaces, Syndesis NetDiscover™ allows service providers to automatically upload physical network infrastructure elements and logical service elements – such as nodes, physical ports, IP interfaces, Layer 2 cross connects and QoS attributes – directly from their networks. Based on this uploaded data and on existing subscriber service-level information, NetDiscover then uses unique service modeling techniques to build accurate representations of the end-to-end services in the provider’s network. All of this information – physical and logical, network and service – is stored in the Syndesis database.“NetDiscover enables service providers to identify and correct data integrity problems for a wide range of next generation services and technologies, including DSL, ATM, Managed IP, VLAN, IP-VPN, Frame Relay, Private Line, Voice over Broadband and Optical,” said Mark Nicholson, CTO and Vice President of Product Management for Syndesis. “Providers receive several significant benefits from our solution, such as reduced revenue leakage, reclamation of stranded assets and improved operational efficiency. This, in turn, helps companies increase their revenue, reduce or defer capital expenditures, reduce operational expenses, as well as offer faster time-to-service and improved customer satisfaction.”Syndesis Ltd.

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