Start your fiber deployment projects off right with tools that help you fully understand how and where to build out your network. Whether needing to find the most opportunistic routes or bring in landbase features to determine how to build, expanding your fiber footprint has never been easier.
Understand the best ways to tie into your existing infrastructure for your next brownfield deployment, or compile and compare GIS data to determine where to tackle your next greenfield project. Further develop your plans with high-level routing automation to find the most effective way to lay out your network.
Engineer your networks in a system that allows for automated data input, in-depth reporting, and multi-layer GIS views. From splices to splitters, digitize physical network assets and model network connectivity to understand how service ultimately will be provided to the end user.
Gain insight into existing network capacity, availability, and utilization to understand where to best tap into existing architecture. Capture important asset information such as manufacturer, model number, and serial number; and determine the feasibility of your design by taking into account optical loss, material needs, and deployment costs.
Placing fiber means juggling a multitude of factors to make sure the job is done correctly, on time, and on budget. From permits and tracking to inspections and audits, make sure your teams have the information they need to accelerate the pace of your project and ultimately get your network open for service faster.
Access comprehensive construction outputs – including splice sheets and diagrams - update data in real-time, and seamlessly deliver complete as-builts without duplicating data in multiple systems or switching between databases.
Understanding the details of your network is crucial to performing maintenance, providing quality customer service, updating the network, and mitigating risk. Ensure you continue to uphold SLAs by quickly responding to outage reports, streamlining repair, and restoring service.
Give your office staff the tools they need to make informed decisions that reduce truck rolls, and provide your field crews with the tools they need to pinpoint outage locations on the go to reduce time in the field.
Your existing network data is the first step in determining the feasibility of growing your network, selling off your existing assets, or understanding potential untapped revenue. Keep track of the status of your network over time to maximize on your existing network and experience greater returns.