THE BEST MOBILE NETWORK AUTOMATION SOLUTION FOR OPERATORS

Decouple costs from traffic. We’ve done it. Now it’s your turn.

Imagine increasing busy hour
throughput by 40%?

We’ve done it. We’re today the only supplier on the market who has developed an automation solution that has been tried and tested in our own network for ten years and counting.  Our automation solution, Elisa SON, offers a set of field-proven use cases. The results speak for themselves. Allow mobile data to grow and keep your costs flat.

Tap the benefits of automation

The Elisa SON software is on duty 24/7 and saves manpower. To maximize throughput and reduce dropped calls, it automatically analyses millions of configurations and does thousands of changes in the network every day. In addition to reducing OPEX and improving quality, Elisa SON helps to “sweat the assets” so your investments can be postponed and CAPEX efficiency improved.

By an operator, for operators

Get access to a library of ready-made algorithms, tested in our own networks. Elisa SON also comes with a flexible software development kit (SDK) that enables you to build your own automation algorithms. And Elisa SON is designed to scale. It’s a cloud ready tool built using a modern, modular and open software architecture.

By an operator, for operators

Get access to a library of ready-made algorithms, tested in our own networks. Elisa SON also comes with a flexible software development kit (SDK) that enables you to build your own automation algorithms. And Elisa SON is designed to scale. It’s a cloud ready tool built using a modern, modular and open software architecture.

Automate any mobile network optimization process

 

Automation for every day

  Mobile networks are inherently difficult to control. Not only is it hard to identify and interpret how to improve key performance indicators (KPIs), but it is time-consuming and costly. One of the main challenges for operators is that they rely on many of the...

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The first steps towards zero-touch networks

  There is a growing interest in the topic ‘zero-touch networks’. In 2016, Google revealed some of their work on the topic, ETSI established the group Zero Touch network and Service Management in 2017, and in the mid-end of March 2018, Layer123 hosted what was the...

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