Find and Resolve Network and Service Impairments Impacting Your Customers
Joiner correlates and aggregates network transactions from different interfaces into user data records. Analytic tools can quickly process this data with no further correlation burdens.
Adaptation libraries are available for market leader vendors. In case a vendor feed is not part of libraries, nTh will develop and integrate it at no extra costs.
Joiner may adapt records generated by Network Elements, Active and Passive Monitoring Systems, and similar sources. It also comes with a PCAP file adaptor which makes it the ideal tool for testing new technologies during test and initial rollout phases.
Joiner proved its correlation capabilities in several deployments. Customers may adjust correlation rules to cope with vendors or networks custom implementations.
Joiner inventory contains virtually all 3G, 4G mobile, as well as IMS core network protocols. We are now introducing the preliminary versions of 5G mobile network protocols.
Released on Docker containers for seamless integration into virtual environments. An orchestrator may deploy and scale Joiner according to the type and quantity of traffic to manage.
Joiner consolidates feeds from probes and network elements into user-sessions in real time. It reduces the amount of user data to store, enabling analytic tools to use simple and straightforward queries.
Probes and network elements feed Data-Lakes with a huge amount of protocols information with proprietary formats. Analytic applications need to query, sort, and correlate an impressive amount of data to obtain a unified user view; this negatively affects their performances and the overall solution costs.
VoLTE calls encompass all most recent technologies like LTE and IMS. Joiner manages call scenarios like VoLTE-VoLTE, VoLTE-WIFI, VoLTE-IMS, VoLTE-UMTS. The correlated record produced includes all transaction results of each interface involved in the call. It provides to analytic algorithms information to pinpoint both signaling problems and RTP impairments.
Service providers use active test systems to evaluate end-to-end network performances, and passive monitoring tools to detect, isolate, and correct impairments. With Joiner's correlated records, providers may trace both test sessions and real users sessions, virtually at each network interface, gaining full visibility during rollouts, bringing-into-service, and operational phases.