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Foxconn Network Management System
Our Foxconn Network Management System (FnMS) provides real-time network status monitoring, fault management, easy gNB, and 5G Core configuration to optimize network performance. Capable of advanced KPI collocation and daily analysis, FnMS delivers comprehensive visual reports to help network administrators to configure and manage all network components; software, hardware, data plane, or subscribers more effectively and efficiently.
Fii CBRS wide connectivity coverage.

Anti Interference

Fii Core ensures optimized network performance with out-of-box anti-interference management to mitigate and minimize remote interference.

Easy Deployment

Flexible to deploy on constrained hardware, PC Server, or cloud data-center

Exceptional Security

Fii Core implements secure authentication algorithm in compliance with 3GPP industry standards.

High Efficiency

Fii Core offers intuitive user management interface and system to provide comprehensive system monitoring and reporting capabilities.

Product Specifications
specifications Titlespecifications Description
Industry Compliance NETCONF (RFC 4741, 6242, 5377, 5717, 6022, 6470), YANG (RFC 6020, 7950, 6021)
Configuration Zero touch provisioning
User Interface HTTP Web Interface
Reporting Visual reports on KPI collection and daily KPI analysis, performance statistics, and charts related to gNB status
System Management Batch firmware upgrade, fault management, gNB/5GC configuration through Netconf/YANG, gNB and Subscriber status monitoring
Operating System Linux user-space based software
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