VIAVI: Railway Telecom and Signaling Service Assurance

VIAVI: Railway Telecom and Signaling Service Assurance
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VIAVI Solutions

Railway Telecom and Signaling Service Assurance

VIAVI Mission Critical & Railway (MCxR)

VIAVI MCxR provides solutions developed by experienced telecom and signaling engineers, and intended to answer all needs from teams working in the railway world. Formerly known as Expandium and Comtest Wireless International, our solutions are used daily by Radio, Signaling, NOC and Safety/Security Engineers and teams. We are currently the leading railway telecommunication and signaling assurance provide, and we monitor 100,000+ km of rail tracks worldwide.

Customers & References

Our portfolio is the de-facto, most-used railway telecommunication and signaling test, measurement and monitoring solutions in the rail industry. VIAVI supports railway operators in over 30 countries across Europe, Africa, Middle East, and Oceania.

Our references include railway operators, railway infrastructure and track owners, contractors, network infrastructure providers and mission critical operators.

Railway User Group

Each year, worldwide customers, partners and railway professionals have the opportunity to share their experiences, challenges and concerns during the VIAVI Railway User Group. They can shape the design and implementation of future VIAVI products.

Product Portfolio & Solutions

VIAVI Solutions offer a full range of solutions, products and services, to monitor ERTMS/FRMCS, GSM-R, ETCS and GPRS networks’ quality-of-service and performance. These solutions are designed and developed to be used for technical and non-technical teams, during the lifecycle of a network, from network planning/acceptance to its daily operation.

For Railway Operating Companies

OT Railway Cybersecurity

  • OT railway-focused cyber-threat alerts and forensics
  • Attack vector identification from source to target
  • Remediation guidance with ERTMS expertise
  • Interlocking threat detection
  • IEC 62443 /TS 50701 compliancy solution
  • 3rd party SIEM integration

ERTMS & FRMCS Railway Assurance

  • Real-time GSM-R, ETCS, GPRS and IXL service assurance | FRMCS-ready
  • End-to-end transaction will full CDRs
  • Call tracing & telecom frame tracing (R/T)
  • Railway Emergency Call (REC) features
  • Movement authority analysis
  • Train delay investigation
  • OBU/JRU processing and monitoring

Active Tests & Measurements

  • Radio drive test & measurements quality analysis
  • Diagnostics & troubleshooting
  • Interference detection
  • Subset-093 KPIs/metrics
  • Autonomous usage with unattended probes
  • Spots non-compliant areas based on EIRENE specifications

Download the full PDF here.

Other VIAVI Solutions Documents

Latest VIAVI Solutions News

A Practical Guide to Meeting the New Subset-093 V4.0.0 Rules

A Practical Guide to Meeting the New Subset-093 V4.0.0 Rules

VIAVI Solutions will be hosting a webinar titled 'ETCS: A Practical Guide to Meeting the New Subset-093 V4.0.0 Rules' on 23 February 2023.

Cybersecurity for Railway Is a Minimum, Not a Plus

Cybersecurity for Railway Is a Minimum, Not a Plus

Eric-Vittorio Li Destri, Cybersecurity Expert, highlights the challenges when it comes to detecting and managing cybersecurity for railway.

Comtest Wireless Gains ISO 27001 Certification

Comtest Wireless Gains ISO 27001 Certification

Comtest Wireless invests in their technology to protect the data they hold. As a result, they have now gained certification for ISO 27001.

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