Wireless Service Manager can rapidly identify service-affecting problems, helping to prioritize problem resolution based on customer and business impact.
What does SA stand for?
SA stands for Service-Affecting
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 222 other meanings of SA in our Acronym Attic
- Server Automation (Hewlett-Packard Development Company)
- Service Advisor
- Service Agent
- Service Agreement (various organizations)
- Service Application
- Service Appointment
- Service Area
- Service Assistant
- Service Assurance
- Service Availability
Samples in periodicals archive:
With the PM solution, Mobiltel can assess the quality of their EDGE, UMTS, and HSDPA networks, monitor daily and hourly network performance, isolate, analyze and fix service-affecting problems, and plan and forecast infrastructure capacity.
CLARIFY is helping us discover and resolve the unexpected propagation effects and service-affecting interference that undermine the performance of both technologies.
End-to-end service visibility and proactive identification of service-affecting infrastructure faults is critical to the success of this project," said Martin Southgate, CEO, ATLAS Consortium.
The solution proactively recognizes underlying service-affecting problems and immediately calculates their impact on the business, enabling customers to prioritize problems based on service impact.
This helps Catch Communications operations to quickly identify and prioritize service-affecting infrastructure faults before they impact customer service.
The Netcool solutions allow network operators to consolidate all network, systems and applications event data into a single view on one screen to enable the fast identification and prioritization of service-affecting problems on the infrastructure.
The deployment of GeoProbe IP provides the carrier a means to effectively manage the performance of its global converged voice network, and the ability to troubleshoot service-affecting issues across both its legacy and IP infrastructures.