- May 25, 2022
- Antaira Technologies, LLC - formerly Aaxeon Technologies
May 24, 2022 - To help drive down industrial network infrastructure costs and increase uptime, Antaira Technologies, a global leading developer of industrial networking devices, has launched Antaira NMS, a web-based network management suite that empowers administrators with maximum visibility into large, evolving networks.
By offering a fully visible infrastructure through topology visualization, Antaira NMS dramatically reduces the time, money and effort normally required to configure and manage industrial networks. For example, Antaira Ethernet devices, whether existing or newly installed, are automatically added into the network topology through SNMP, so that manual intervention is avoided. Also, administrators are notified via email alarms if abnormal device incidents occur. Device issues can then be remotely resolved by administrators miles away, allowing for networks to return to normal in a shorter amount of time. Its intuitive web interface lets administrators upload custom device icons and floor plans, and to decide on a preferred map layout. Firmware updates to Antaira managed switches can be applied with a click on an icon, further reducing maintenance time.
Antaira NMS improves network agility and efficiency, and lowers costs to align with business strategies by additionally featuring:
- An all-in-one executable ﬁle without installation
- Web-based GUI based on HTML5 without the need for plug-in
- Hierarchical architecture enabling scaling up to 1024 nodes
- Automatic network discovery and topology visualization
- Auto-polling and refreshing for a large networking environment
- Power consumption shown from managed PoE devices
- Device list with logs and topology images
- Network device planning software on the E-Map and Google Map feature
A fully operational beta version of Antaira NMS is available for free by filling out this Google form. An Antaira's engineer will contact you soon with a firmware download along with further instructions.