The SEB NET-PATH site event buffer monitoring device monitors legacy telecom systems and IP-based datacom elements.
What does SEB stand for?
SEB stands for Site Event Buffer (Teltronics)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Both Site Event Buffer (SEB) monitoring devices are the latest in Teltronics' Intelligent Systems Management products with capabilities for monitoring legacy telecom systems and IP-based datacom elements -- serving as an SNMP Proxy Agent or a Network Segment Manager, providing ASCII Datastream analysis, monitoring environmental sensors, controls, and more.
M@n products are fully compatible with Teltronics' IRISnGEN (alarms management software), and Site Event Buffer (data-collection and events reporting device).
The company already used Teltronics Intelligent Systems Management products, including the IRISnGEN centralized alarm-management system and the site event buffer (SEB), an intelligent alarm collection and filtering device.
Combined with the site event buffer (SEB II) to capture data and alarm events, IRISnGEN presents the entire network status and can correlate data from multiple sites to determine the root problem behind alarms from several systems.