June 22 2009
NETvisor gained EU funding in the frame of Central Hungary Operational Programme issued by the National Development Agency in the topic of Supporting Enterprise Innovation:
„IP Explorer: Development and marketing of End-to-end (E2E) design and provisioning application of IP/MPLS service networks”
The project is financed by the European Union and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
The period of the project execution: 2 January 2009 – 22 March 2010.
IP Explorer being developed supports the end-to-end (E2E) discovery and display of IP/MPLS networks furthermore the design and provisioning the services built on the elements of this network. The flexibly expandable server connector architecture enables the management of inhomogeneous networks even by third parties. The system can be made suitable to manage any equipment of any vendor with by investing minimal efforts. The discovered network can be viewed through the web based graphical user interface and the design and provisioning process can be tracked. All the functions of the IP Explorer system can be accessed through the northbound interface, so by the help of integration developments the system can be inserted into different management processes. The system architecture (database server, application server, connector server) enables scalability and to form a fault tolerant configuration.
MAG Zrt acted on behalf of the National Development Agency in this project founding.