AVSystem Provides 1M+ CPE Unified Device Management Platform to Swift Networks, Nigeria

Customers & Partners 12 November 2015

Swift Networks Limited, Nigerian leading provider of high speed broadband internet and data services, has chosen the AVSystem Unified Device Management Platform to serve them as a customer monitoring and management system for their 4G LTE mobile routers, 4G MyFi devices and USB Dongles.

A thorough analysis of needs, objectives and requirements submitted by the engineers from Swift Networks, let AVSystem configure their solution to meet all of their client’s expectations. As a result, the AVSystem UMP will enable Swift Networks to reduce operating costs and truck rolls as well as help in daily work of their Customer Care agents. Moreover, thanks to additional modules that the UMP Platform offers, a full range of activities such as creation of detailed reports for the management and monitoring of the network performance, troubleshooting of devices as well as ensuring proactive and intelligent alerting will finally be quick and easy tasks to do.

What Swift Networks values most about AVSystem’s solution is the flexibility and outstanding performance of the system as well as specialized monitoring tools provided by the LTE monitoring module. These will provide Swift Networks with an in-depth data analysis and trend prediction. AVSystem’s client also highly appreciated a user-friendly GUI, which will now make work of both their internal teams and their clients much more comfortable and efficient. The size of this deployment positions AVSystem as a leading vendor of device monitoring and management solutions for 4G LTE networks.

About Swift Networks Limited

SWIFT Networks Limited is a leading provider of wireless and fibre-based broadband services to enterprise and consumer customers. As of June 12, 2013, SWIFT’s 4G WIMAX and fibre broadband networks cover an area of Lagos where over 14 million people live and work. The company plans to continue to upgrade and expand its 4G LTE coverage in Lagos, the Federal Capital Territory and Rivers State where it already has spectra in the 3.5GHz and now 2.3GHz frequencies.

The acquisition of DOPC’s 4G wireless assets and SWIFT’s planned all-IP 4th Generation (4G) wireless broadband network architecture will make an unprecedented contribution to improving the quality of and penetration of high quality broadband services at a more affordable price for many Nigerian businesses and homes, in line with the recently launched National Broadband Plan of the Nigerian Federal Government. Read more on

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