Nokia TSM 8000


With the flexibility to support telecommunications networks large and small, while accommodating multiple users across various networks with diverse protocols, Nokia’s TSM-8000 offers a fully-automated fault management system, with both a graphic and textual interface, for the collection and storage of alarms, providing current status and data updates for all transmission equipment across your network.

Able to generate comprehensive current and historical reports, TSM-8000 supports SNMP (V1, V2, and V3), TL1, and MCS-11 protocols of fault management, utilizing Client/Server architecture on a Microsoft platform.


Standard features of TSM-8000 include remote access, alarm paging, and email notifications, although systems can be customized to include audible alarms, paging, and email status updates.

Optimized to quickly identify, isolate, and correct equipment malfunctions in your network, Nokia’s TSM-8000 enables users to diagnose network issues and respond to errors expertly and efficiently.


General Features and System Specs
110 or 220 VAC
Rack Mountable (standard) or Desktop
Interfaces to higher level manager via ASCII or SNMP V2c (optional feature)

Simultaneous Users: Up to twenty five
Network Elements: Scalable 32, 64,128, 256, 512, or 1024
(Upgrading to a larger system only requires
additional software)
Architecture: Client-Server
Server OS: Windows 2003® Server
Client OS: Windows XP Pro®
Server: Rack (19”) mounted PC
Client: Desktop (or laptop) PC
Power Requirements: 110 or 220 VAC

TSM-8000 SC
Users: One
Network Elements: Up to 128
Operating System: Windows XP Pro®
Architecture: Stand-alone Computer (Desktop)
Power Requirements: 110 or 220 VAC

Characteristics and Benefits of the TSM-8000
Versatile Network Views

- Features a fully-customizable network view
- Provides virtual equipment employing arbitrary alarm grouping, along with virtual alarms using Boolean -logic and time weighting
- Offers one-click access to all current alarm activity and highest-priority alarms
- Monitors transmission and telemetry networks
- Gives concurrent geographic and alarm network views

Enhanced Network Reliability

- Possesses redundant telemetry architecture
- Monitors telemetry channels, along with server and client operations
- Generates automatic periodic user reports and two-click last hour and last day reports

Full-Featured Controls

- Grants control permission by network or equipment group
- Provides positive operational notifications

Reliable Hardware

- Engineered with mirrored hard drives
- Possesses hot swappable power supplies
- Supports multiple active manager topology

Flexible Reporting

- Records alarms, controls, and user actions to history log
- Generates customizable reports by time, date, network, equipment attributes and operator actions