ERICSSON ENIQ PDF

Ericsson AB | A | Figure -X. What does OSS Training Provide? › It allows to build and maintain competence for customers in OSS-RC, ENIQ ST and ENIQ. What is ENIQ? Ericsson Network IQ (ENIQ) Is a multi-vendor and multi- technology data mining and reporting system to measure network capabilities ( KPIs). The following WCDMA RAN analysis features are part of the Ericsson product portfolio: • ENIQ, Ericsson Network IQ • RES, Radio Environment Statistics.

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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. F Commercial in Confidence 2 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 3 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 4 Email: The Training Programs service is delineated into packages that have been developed to offer clearly defined, yet flexible training to target system and technology areas. Each package is divided into flows, to target specific functional areas within your organization for optimal benefits.

Service delivery is supported using various delivery methods including: F Commercial in Confidence 5 Email: This could mean that up to 30, cells may need to be configured, troubleshooted and monitored. Do you know how operators manage their network elements? Participants are introduced to the Sub-Network Management Platform and learn how its components and applications provide comprehensive configuration, management and optimization applications.

They also learn about the benefits associated with these applications. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Even those who do not work directly with OSS-RC will find this course beneficial as it will give a high level overview of how it fits in with other products like network elements and network management systems in a telecoms network.

Prerequisites As this is an overview that is aimed at people working in both technical and non technical roles there are no course prerequisites. The only prerequisite is that students are familiar with a telecoms network or any technology. F Commercial in Confidence 7 Email: Time egicsson The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate.

F Commercial in Confidence 8 Email: There are both functional and characteristic improvements in the areas of network evolution, network quality and optimization, operational efficiency, system and platform.

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These improvements encompass new features, functionality and broader network support. All new node support will be covered along with any new features that have been introduced since R7, particularly in the areas of WCDMA and Core. All platform changes that impact the functionality of OSS will be covered as well as any changes or improvements to the functionality.

However, any major changes with large impact that were introduced in the later releases of R6 will also be covered ie: Learning objectives On completion of this chapter the participants will be able to: Give examples of the improvements in the Packet Switch management applications 6 6.

This audience will be responsible for the management of the network using OSS applications. Either experience of using the OSS or prior attendance of one of the following courses is sufficient: F Commercial in Confidence 10 Email: Learning situation This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom environment. There are no exercises for this course however, if demonstrations of the OSS required this will have to be requested and arranged as early as possible prior to the course delivery.

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This paragraph is mandatory. Day Topics in the course Estimated time 1 Platform 0. F Commercial in Confidence 11 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 13 Email: There are no exercises for this course however, if demonstrations of the OSS required this will have to be requested at least 2 weeks prior to course delivery and cannot be guaranteed.

F Commercial in Confidence 14 Email: On a daily basis must you respond to demands for information on the status of the network, network trends and optimization? Along with identifying the OSS applications and tools for management of specific technologies there are also a number of common applications that will be described in this training, such as those used for fault and performance management. The course approaches network management proactively, introducing the OSS-RC applications that are used for the following key aspects of network management: After the course, the participants should einq a basic understanding of how ericason use all the common OSS-RC applications and of how to proceed using the application themselves.

While this eniqq covers all technologies and their management using OSS-RC, some participants may only require eniw of just one or two technologies, in which case one of the following courses may be more suitable: Describe the functionality of SMO. F Commercial in Confidence 16 Email: Discuss the Job Structure and differentiate between the various components of a job such as tasks and activities. F Commercial in Confidence 17 Email: Prerequisites Successful completion of the following courses are recommended: F Commercial in Confidence 18 Email: Learning situation This is a workshop based on interactive training sessions in a classroom environment.

F Commercial in Confidence 19 Email: Along with identifying the OSS applications and tools for management of specific GSM nodes there are ericsosn a number of common applications that will be described in this training, such as those used for fault and performance management. This course covers the management of just GSM networks using OSS-RC but some participants may require knowledge of other technologies, in which case one of the following courses may be more suitable: F Commercial in Confidence 21 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 22 Email: Learning situation The course is based on instructor-led lessons, demonstrations and hands-on exercises.

F Commercial in Confidence 23 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 25 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 26 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 27 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 28 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 30 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 31 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 32 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 33 Email: Along with identifying the OSS applications and tools for the management of the core network there are also a number of common applications that will be described in this training, such as those used for fault and performance management.

This course covers the management of Core networks using OSS-RC but some participants may only require knowledge of other technologies in which case one of the following courses may be more suitable: F Commercial in Confidence 35 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 36 Email: F Commercial in Confidence 37 Email: After the course the students will be able to handle network element connections to GSM network elements, administration of the GSM related applications and both standard and corrective maintenance of the system.

The student will gain knowledge about how to manage processes, errors and authority issues in the OSS-RC system. The course consists of chapters with both theoretical and practical sessions. In the practical sessions the students will be presented with the tasks required to administer and maintain an OSS-RC system.

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The students solve the tasks on a training system, using the on-line documentation. It should be noted that this is not an OSS-RC operations course where the applications are operated, and neither does it give any information on how to operate or administer different network elements. On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Duration and class size The length of the course is 6 days and the maximum number of participants is 8.

Learning situation The course is based on instructor-led lessons and case-oriented exercises in a classroom equipped with an LCD-projector and a training environment where students use an OSS-RC server with connections to either real or simulated network elements.

After the course the students will be able to handle network element connections to Core network elements, administration of the Core Network related applications and both standard and corrective maintenance of the system.

Duration and class size The length of the course is 7 days and the maximum number of participants is 8. After the course the students will be able to handle network element connections to IMS network elements, administration of the IMS related applications and both standard and corrective maintenance of the system. This course will describe fully where the information is stored and how to troubleshoot problems with the Configuration Services, Notification Service, Directory Service or in any associated areas.

The course contains exercises dealing with recovery from mild to severe platform-related problems. Preferably students have attended one of the following courses before: Learning situation The course is based on instructor-led lessons and case-oriented exercises in a classroom environment.

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After the course the students will be able to handle all the standard applications in order to operate the system. The ericwson consists of modules with mostly practical sessions task-oriented but there will also be theoretical parts.

The students solve the tasks on the training system, using the online documentation. After the course the students should have the knowledge required to work as system operators, i.

Duration and class size The length of the course is 5 days and the maximum number of participants is 8. Learning situation This course is based on theoretical and practical instructor-led lessons given in both classroom and in a technical environment using equipment and tools, which are accessed remotely.

Day Topics in the course 1 Introduction 0. This course will detail the ericssom available for the OSS Navigator operator. Duration and class size The length of the course is 2 days and the maximum number of participants is 8.

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The exercises are mainly case oriented where the participant is expected to investigate applications. Ericsdon theoretical parts explain the administration of the Navigator system and network environment, including user administration, configuration and basic troubleshooting.

In the practical sessions the students will be presented with the common administration tasks in the Navigator. Prerequisites The participants should ejiq familiar with Sun Solaris workstations and window-based computer interfaces, familiar with OSS-RC and familiar with the Navigator operational tasks. The focus is on general principles rather than specific technical details.