The digital boom, connected objects and mobility require greater bandwidth. In addition, this bandwidth must be rolled out as close as possible to the many players involved – town halls, hospitals and schools – and involves the roll-out of fibre and materials in numerous data centres.

Optimising bandwidth

The challenge is to connect physical and logical data, in addition to tracing a link between two points in the configuration which may have reported an incident, or requests for services and physical assets that may be location-specific. Other requirements include having the right documentation for planning, engineering, eligibility, maintenance in operational condition, and maintenance of data quality and consistency.

Combining technologies and best practice

Our solution incorporates technological aspects (FTTH, FTTB) as well as engineering, implementation and operational processes, and market solution standards. In addition, the use of Frameworx and ITIL best practice encourages the success of such a project.

A comprehensive offer coupled with 10 years of expertise

For more than 10 years, we have been supporting telecom players, major companies and government organisations with the roll-out and operation of optical networks supporting various technologies. As such, we are able to provide services ranging from the drafting of specifications to the definition of operational processes, the location of the information system based on an inventory and a geographical information system (GIS). We deliver turnkey inventory systems, integrated either with the other components of the OSS (Operation Support System) offer, or with the operator’s existing information system. Lastly, to provide you with a comprehensive service, we will support you with maintaining the systems in operational order and managing updates as part of developing the processes and customer service.

Our partnership with Nokia – a leading player in the industry – strengthens our expertise and enables us to actively monitor and keep abreast of relevant developments.

An end-to-end solution

  • Consulting based on processes, IS urbanisation, drafting of specifications
  • Implementing a solution including data migration
  • Assistance with developments during the life cycle
  • Implementing a network-relevant solution
  • Warehouse and inventory management
  • Geolocation on a geographical information system (GIS)
  • Linkage with information system and implementation of optimal interfaces to support operational processes
  • Proprietary solution or one based on integrating the applications of leading players in the field

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