SE7EN: Enterprise Network Management – real-time,
interactive access to enterprise network design and architecture.
- Available for the leading mobile platforms and surface computing consoles
- Easily grab, manipulate, share and archive information
- Integrate data, images, CAD drawings, and other digital assets
- Geospatial data provides rapid navigation to network assets around the globe
- Drill down from high-level overviews to details on facilities and network nodes
Telos has developed the next-generation platform for network architecture management, leveraging the leading mobile operating systems and the multi-touch Microsoft Surface™ and Windows 7 computing platforms.
SE7EN: Enterprise Network Management uses the Telos SE7EN application framework to establish a network management platform that enables a global enterprise view of network infrastructure and components. Integrated map-based geospatial and network infrastructure design and data management capabilities let users zoom in on the global enterprise to a geographic location, a base, a series of buildings, a single building, room, and component. It enables a drill down view to the location and configuration of network nodes.
SE7EN's natural user interface (NUI) makes it both easy and intuitive to work with information on small mobile devices and on surface-computing consoles. On a smart phone or tablet device, you have the information you need for network management in a dynamically accessible mobile app right at your fingertips.
On a Microsoft Surface™ or other surface computing device, users can simultaneously and collaboratively interact with digital content using natural hand gestures and real-world objects. With a large, 360-degree interface, multiple people can work together and share information securely and efficiently.
Telos SE7EN Applications for Mobile and Multi-touch / Multi-user platforms
- Comprehensible visual presentation of data
- Access to real-time or near real-time information
- Sharing information with restricted access controls
- Integration of multiple information sets from disparate sources
- Interoperability with existing and legacy systems