Aviat Announces New Enhancements to its AviatCloud Software Solutions

Telecom Tech Outlook | Friday, May 28, 2021

Aviat provides a comprehensive suite of localized professional and support services, enabling customers to simplify both their networks and their lives drastically.

FREMONT, CA: Aviat Networks, the leading expert in wireless transport solutions, announced new enhancements to its AviatCloud SaaS-based suite of software solutions that simplify the design, purchase, management, and optimization of backhaul networks, substantially lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO).

Aviat Design now supports the complete range of ANSI and ETSI frequency bands, XPIC, MIMO, and Space Diversity, along with extended capabilities for Multi-Band link design. This free, custom-built application allows network operators to plan their networks from the AviatCloud.

Aviat Store, the company's self-service e-commerce site, now offers customers 40 new pre-configured all-outdoor licensed microwave kits to further streamline purchasing. Customers can also split shipments and obtain instant freight quotes from multiple transportation options. Another time-saver is the new "Instant Purchase Order" feature.

"My Orders" is a new online order management application, first available in North America. My Orders enables network operators to monitor order status in real-time and obtain delivery tracking information, facilitating network planning and deployment schedules.

Aviat Managed Services now includes Aviat's Frequency Assurance Software (FAS) as a SaaS-based offering, allowing customers to monitor and detect interference and perform trend analysis of the network over time to track interference and isolate problem links before noticeable impacts occur.

"Hardware is only half the equation when it comes to helping our customers meet escalating network capacity demands and subscriber expectations," said Peter Smith, CEO of Aviat Networks. "That is why we developed our AviatCloud software platform, which makes it easier for customers to plan, manage, and buy products and services to lower total cost of ownership of wireless transport."