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fault

In legal medicine, failing to meet an obligation; a legal responsibility for a failed outcome.
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Nearly ten years ago, we were the first company to introduce a paradigm shift in the way network management systems were deployed by providing rules logic in place of compiled code to develop fault management solutions.
Clearview Surveillance and Clearview Fault Management are the first automated tools capable of providing the necessary real-time performance management and fault reporting required by users and carriers to improve network quality," said David Miller, vice president at Clear Communications.
The network fault management software is part of the Lucent Network and Service Management OSS software portfolio.
Lucent Network Fault Management (NFM) software automatically corrects and detects the main causes of network faults, speeding the problem resolution process.
NT Solutions required a proactive fault management solution that would significantly reduce their internal support costs.
IPC Information Systems, LLC today announced general availability of Advanced Fault Management (AFM), a proactive, real-time monitoring service designed to optimize trader voice system availability from the trading desk to the carrier network.
The principal value of Advanced Fault Management is simple - to identify and resolve any issues with lines and equipment long before a trader would discover them," said Lance Boxer, IPC's chief executive officer.
The service provider has selected TTI Telecom's Service Assurance solution, consisting of the Fault Management and NetImpact applications, for its GSM network.
Also, a recent release of Gensym's G2-based Integrity(TM), which increases availability of IT and telecommunications networks through expert-system-based fault management, offers enhanced reasoning for fault management through a next-generation version of its graphical language for modeling root-cause expertise.