Telsasoft, a Telecommunications Service Assurance Software Company Announced the Deployment of CDMA, EVDO and CDR Performance Monitoring Tools for One Regional Carrier

Received Order From Another Carrier for GSM Alarm/Fault Management and Performance Monitoring Metrics Software for Their Wireless Networks

MINNEAPOLIS, June 2008 /PRNewswire/ – Telsasoft announced that Panhandle Telecommunication Systems, Inc. (PTCI) of Guymon, Oklahoma has deployed Telsasoft’s CDMA, EVDO and Call Detail Record performance monitoring tools for their wireless network and has also received an order from Blue Sky Communication of American Samoa for the GSM alarm/fault management and performance monitoring software tools for their wireless operations in their coverage area.
Responding to subpoenas for call records request can cost you a lot of time and money. With Telsasoft’s CDR reports, there is no need to find tapes, load the records, manually search for the needed records, repeating this process numerous times. Engineers can also view subscribers’ call history to see where and why calls were dropped, view details of directory assistance and emergency calls, view per-handset reports on handoffs and high usage, view per-NPA or per-NXX usage reports, sort and filter to quickly identify problems and thus maximize staff efficiency

Telsasoft’s next generation OSS products use the latest 64 bit Linux SuSE OS. The architecture places a server at the center of all the network elements. The server talks to every device in the network and assembles a raw database for alarms and metrics, then prepares information for display and performs paging out of the tech-on-call or any particular alarm event or issue. For maximum user-friendliness, we write a Microsoft dotNET based client, an easy-to-load-self-updating client, providing safe and secure access definable per user. Users see their alarms and metrics on maps and can graph any data. Telsasoft designs reports with standard and proprietary algorithms and formulae.

Telsasoft designs, develops, sells and installs service assurance management software to serve the rural telecommunications service operations. The company’s integrated suite of alarm faults and performance reporting software and traffic projection and capacity analysis software allow service providers to monitor report and analyze the health of their network. Founded in 1996 and headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota the company has served the telecommunications industry since 1996 and counts over 20 of the most innovative carriers in the U. S. and other territorial regions as its customers.