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Cisco Prime Carrier Management provides end-to-end management, from access to the core, helping enable carrier-class delivery of next-generation voice, mobile, cloud, and managed services. With the modular architecture, you have the flexibility to deploy the entire integrated suite or do it incrementally as you grow your business, depending on your needs.
The Cisco Prime Carrier Management solution consists of the following applications, which are accessible through the Cisco Prime Central portal:
Cisco Prime Network—Provides management of packet networks, including access, aggregation, edge, Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) core, and Evolved Packet Core (EPC).
Cisco Prime Optical—Provides efficient and productive optical infrastructure management for fault, configuration, performance, and security.
Cisco Prime Performance Manager—Provides performance statistics and reports for service provider and large enterprise networks, including access, edge, distribution, core, mobile backhaul, Carrier Ethernet, MPLS core, and EPC networks.
Cisco Prime Provisioning—Provides automated resource management and rapid, profile-based provisioning capabilities for Carrier Ethernet, Radio Access Network (RAN) backhaul, MPLS, and Packet Transport technologies.
Prime Central is compatible with the application versions listed in Table 1.
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