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Creanord EchoVault is the True SLA™ Management and Performance Assurance system for Service Providers and Carriers

Thanks to the versatility of Creanord EchoVault, you can extract performance data from almost any installed equipment, and get a unified view with real time network and service reporting in easy to understand form. EchoVault works seamlessly with the CreaNODE 3000 Advanced Probe and vProbe for performance monitoring from a central location using TWAMP or UDP Echo. EchoVault can collect data with a range of technologies: with SNMP or NETCONF directly from the equipment and using MTOSI or XML/CSV from third party EMSs. Regardless of the underlying technology, your network view is unified. 

Find out more about EchoVault over at Creanord here.


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