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[D] Model to predict site outage on Telecommunication Networks

Context: Telecommunication Networks are complex multi-vendor/technology (Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia, …) which NOC (Network Operation Center) continually monitor and respond to faults/failures on equipment & sites usually concentrating all alarms from different vendors.

Challenge: Use historical data to predict if a site will go down on the next hour (or so) based on the events their NMS (Network Management Software) are collecting from all elements – this is a time window-based analysis that chances all the time.

Anyone on the community that have faced this (or a similar problem) would like to share any thoughts / papers / links to solution/model/approach ?

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