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Dynamark Monitoring, is pleased to announce the rollout of the 7275 AES-Network Management System (NMS) for Dealers. This recent installation is a great addition to the many types of monitoring and services Dynamark provides.
The AES NMS gives us a real-time view into the daily operation and function of our AES-IntelliNet mesh radio network, helping us to drive down overall costs with the ability to grow our network efficiently. The powerful NMS monitors all network subsystems including MultiNet Receivers, IP Links, Burglary and Fire Subscribers. The NMS has settings to assign designated Recipients and Triggers for email notifications or text message alerts about items that may require attention.
LaMar Shroyer, Director of Information Tech, commented, “I’m excited to implement the AES NMS. It’s the perfect tool to help us strengthen our communal network, giving our strategic partners access to view their portion of the shared network. Before using the NMS, they were operating blind in the dark. Now, the dashboards shed light and help us identify which Subscribers are impacting the health of the network. It’s GOLD!”
The NMS platform design is both easy to set up and user friendly. Browser based Intelligent Dashboards help Dealers gain immediate access to vital network performance data and an interactive Visualization displays real-time system views. The user configurable Notification alert keeps network owners and operators informed 24/7. Scott Sherman from AES said, “Alarm dealers can now have a more robust and reliable network at a lower operation cost.”
Reports with a Network Health Score are available for each Dealer account, providing detailed information on the health and path of individual Subscribers. This helps improve network efficiency and use of the Service Log feature helps to save on truck rolls by combining trips. Map views shows the distance between Subscribers, gives a view of the radio path elevation, and is useful for network planning purposes.