Network Intelligence System (NIS)

With Introspective Power’s Cloud-Based Network Intelligence Services (NIS) solution, network engineers and managers can reduce time and money spent on training, diagnostics, and network monitoring/troubleshooting. Leveraging IPi ground-breaking Distributed Processing Units for Multi-Agent System (DPU/MAS) technology to collect, pre-process and automate network data management, NIS can reduce network operating costs by 70-90%. With its map-based interface, NIS can discover networks, providing an instant snapshot of network configuration and provide an accurate and consistent view of network equipment inventory.

NIS allows network managers to:

Eliminate Guesswork in Design/Engineering – When engineering a circuit, if a device is not capable of delivering the service being designed, that device is not presented as an option; only those devices with the desired capability will be considered and proposed.

Employ Assistive Engineering and Circuit Design – The software proposes available ports or channels based on selected criteria, such as utilization and other fitness variables.

Create Order in Chaos – Create business and engineering rules to build circuits across different portions of the network. The system determines which configuration to implement for each device and can route across underutilized portions of the network.

Reduce Time Spent on Drudgery – Repetitive tasks that do not require skill or add business value take employees away from more important tasks and slow down training/learning in critical areas. Employees can focus on solving problems and boosting their skill level rather than simple, redundant tasks. Remote employees can consistently and uniformly perform tasks on remote devices, ensuring that the work is done the same way every time.

Reduce Human Error Outages – No matter how expertly trained, people make mistakes. NIS automates the most likely tasks where errors occur.

Reduce Training Costs– A single user interface reduces initial training significantly. Where a new hire would normally be trained on disparate UI’s and/or CLI’s, they are instead trained on a single interface, reducing training time to the time it would previously take to train on a single device type.