08 Sep 2017

Reporting service for Nemo products unveiled

Keysight Technologies has announced the launch of a cloud-based reporting service available for data measured with Nemo measurement solutions. The reporting service provides an automated reporting workflow for acceptance, verification, benchmarking, in-building and drive test measurements. It also shortens the turnaround time from data collection to reports and provides a single point of control.

Cloud-based reporting tools have become essential for operators, network equipment providers, and service companies as they look to drive down costs and increase productivity. Keysight’s reporting service for data measurement with Nemo products provide an easy way to generate in-depth reports from drive test and inbuilding data with deep insight into the customer experience and network performance. The logfile transfer to back office, followed by logfile processing and report execution, are fully automated. Users can receive and easily share in-depth reports throughout the organization swiftly after finalizing a measurement campaign.

“The reporting service is ideal when there is little variation in the reports used or you have a measurement project where seamless and quick access to reporting is one of the key requirements,” said Mikko Hyvärinen, director, CEM and platform products at Keysight. “Our end-to-end measurement solution, from Nemo-branded data collection tools to our remote monitoring and post-processing tools, ensures a smooth integrated information flow speeding up the whole measurement analysis process and enabling more efficient operations. Ultimately, giving customers the possibility to save time and reduce costs.”

The reporting service is available for all Nemo-branded collection tool data as an additional feature of Nemo Cloud and as an independent service from selected Nemo products. Nemo Cloud is a unique, end-to-end online service that connects various Nemo products into one powerful solution, enabling the remote access and control of Nemo measurement and analytics solutions, as well as efficient data sharing between users.

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