NMX is highly scalable and extensible, growing in tandem with the environment it supports. The client/server architecture supports both the centralized management of even the most geographically distributed environments, as well as the remote management of a centralized environment, all using standard TCP/IP LAN/WAN technologies.
The use of standards-based interfaces enables NMX to interconnect with other subsystems, including Conditional Access, automation and scheduling. As the managed environment grows in scale and scope, NMX can distribute its processes across multiple PC platforms, as necessary, providing inexpensive raw processing power.
Template & wizard-based system setup
Adding, reconfiguring or removing services or equipment is fast, easy and error-free. Templating, wizards, consolidated data views and powerful cut-and-paste functions are available for both service and system modifications.
Easy lineup changes
With the Harmonic any-to-any technology and "input to ouput" GUI, NMX allows users to easily modify and deploy new channel lineups on the fly with minimal disruption. A three-panel layout affords the operator an easier overview into their service paths through the network elements.
Connect to external systems
The use of standards-based interfaces (SNMP, RESTful API, DVB Simulcrypt, ...) enables NMX to interconnect with other subsystems, including umbrella supervision, conditional access, automation and scheduling. Third-party device monitoring can be integrated using SNMP or GPI closures.
Harmonic Hub access
NMX is able to securely connect to the Harmonic Hub providing direct access to software updates and to the Harmonic Support team. This connectivity brings increased overall resiliency and faster response time on issue resolution for customers under active SLA or SMA. It provides a remote and safe repository for automatic and manual backup, alarm and event logs as well as other files.