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Telcordia Network Engineer

Andrius Petrauskas
Project Manager

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A geospatial network management system


designed for the communications industry
industry

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Is the most comprehensive geospatial solution for the design and
management of both inside and outside physical network

Key Functions
Single Network Work Order Extensive Data
View Management Model

Provides tools to create, Sophisticated project Is the foundation for the


document and manage an management is flexibility and functionality of
end-to-end model of the accomplished for each the system. Business rules,
network elements project from planning to objects and reference data
build-out. Tasks, materials, enables you to model your
resources, duration and cost business processes

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The Window to your Communications Network Data and Intelligent
Network Diagrams

Schem atic
Analyst
Assistant

Provides a quick view of the Works with ESRI ArcSchematic


Network Engineer data that to generate schematic views of
is beneficial to stakeholders the network upon demand
for decision-analysis work offering high level diagrams; low
order approval, reporting level diagrams; splice closure
and data sharing diagrams and duct occupancy
diagrams
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Network Engineer
Business Process

Engineering Work Order As-built updates


Bill of Materials
Report

Network Engineer

Common Data Model


Network Planning Common (ESRI) GIS Service Assurance

Network
Data
Inventory Manager Service Provisioning
&Netw
Service Activation
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Product Functionality

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Cabling insta llations re quire reading e lectrical or fiber sc hematics (logical
dia grams). These physica l re presentations of the ca bling are often difficult
to interpret.

Providers m ust c ontinually ask :


Where are cable runs now?
Where are the connections ?
Where are all the ass ociate d references ?

Design engineering and pr oject mana gement


is com plex com plicated by budget constraints
and time sens itivities .

Project engineers spe nd substa ntia l am ounts


of time doing records research - requir ing
engineers to manually sift through reams of
information - often outdated or incorrect.

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A Geospatial Network Management System

Provides answers to the following questions

Where are my
Facilities
Customers
Properties
Faults
Alarms
Signal Strengths
Available Capacities

And How Are They Related?

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A Geospatial Network Management System

Enables the efficie nt allocation of


people and resources
Project mana gers adhere to budget
constraints thr ough the ma nageme nt of
their OSP assets
Managers can sc hedule manpower,
generate status re ports , a nd assemble
bus iness intelligence
Engineers work m ore effectively
Engineers can see the best options for
running cable in terms of available
buildings
and routes - along with exact locations
of outside plant terminals

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Different ways to view/analyze data

Tabular View
Map View
Schematic View
Rack View
Cross Section View
Floor Plan View

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Physical Network Management

Outside plant assets (physical


network inventory) can include:
devices, tracks, ducts, pipes/bore s,
cables, coil/over-lengths, manholes,
fiber, splices, di stribution frames,
poles and other aerial and
underground items as well as
connectivity and topology
information

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Outside Plant Management

Complete Outside Plant management tools for creating, placing,


and editing network spans, structures, transmedia, and
equipment.

All network eleme nts a nd


network-relate d str uctures are
available for v isua lization,
analysis , reporting, bill-of-
materials generation, and ma p
and map book pr oduction.

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Inside Plant Management

Use the ISP management


feature to document and
associate inventory with a
network structure - such
as a central office, an
equipment vault, or a
cabinet

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Complete e diting functions are provide d


to ma nage netw ork connectivity
Port le vel connectivity mana gement
Interc onnection of e quipme nt-to-
equipme nt
Connection of e quipme nt to cable
Connection of ca ble to splice c los ure

Connections Editor
Equipment-to-Equipment

The connection is c omm on between


all views of the data.
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Circuit documentation provides


detailed views of the
interconnected cables and
equipment comprising various
network switch-to-switch circuits

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Fault trace works
in tandem with
OTDR for rapid
network
troubleshooting

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Component Plan

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This detailed schematic shows the port
level connections supporting the
metropolitan ring. The ring is highlighted on
the map canvas in red, with the landbase
layers turned off for easyNetw
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This Splice Schematic reflects the four fiber
cables spliced at this point. Strand
connections are currently un-grouped,
however, for detailed splices, the strands
can be grouped for easier viewing as
shown on the following slide.
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A GIS Foundation
(A Geospatial Representation)
Mapping
Database
Marketing Analysis
Planning Functions

Engineering Tools
(Modeling Telecom Data)
Facilities Design
Workbook Plots
Reports BOM, Tracing,
Loop Makeup

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Product Architecture

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Network Network Engineer Clients
Engineer Analyst
Field GIS Web Browser

Fully netw orked, and integrate d Desktop GIS


Client-server
Ope n, scalable arc hitecture

Eas y-to-use desktop interfaces


De velope d using VB and C++
Built on the industr y lea ding ArcSDE ArcIMS Services
ESRI Arc GIS technology

Oracle
Oracle Files Data
DBMS

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