Smallworld Systems AS delivers complete solutions for documenting all processes of building and managing a modern network.
A total overview of networks, equipment and network-capacity is an advantage that is becoming more and more important in a competitive market.
To be able to perform cost-efficient management and development of infrastructure it is important to have accurate and complete documentation compatible with other IT-systems.
Documentation of network and equipment is an integrated part of the operational systems with telecom-operators today.
Our solutions are based on GE Smallworlds leading GIS technology, flexible tools and architecture. GE Smallworld Network Inventory safeguards your demands of a complete solution.
Smallworld a well known system used by large operators around the world, allowing them to efficiently manage and utilize their network.
Smallworld telecom users in Norway include national operators Global Connect, Telia and Telenor, and, in addition, several regional and local cable-TV and fibre network owners.
Process management in Smallworld
GE Smallworld Network Inventory supports the sales process in both densification and greenfield areas. In these processes Smallworld supplies information about existing network and customers, combined with business and demographic data.
In the development of new networks it is important to be able to plan network trenches and cables. also considering if capacity and space is available in rooms or cabinets. This, in combination with digital maps, public address register and customer information gives you a unique tool for analysis to determine where it will be most profitable to invest in infrastructure.
Smallworld contains functionality for planning networks with version based databases, designed for supporting work orders for project deliveries. Plans and work orders can update existing plans by automatic posting and conflict resolution. Reports gives you full oversight of equipment, number of components, meters of cable and cost within a project.
Operation and Management:
A well documented network will give huge return of investment in the day to day management of an existing network. Operational staff, technicians, sales and support will benefit by access to detailed information on the network and available capacity. Overview on the connection between customer access points, routing paths and network components makes it possible to quickly localize faults in the network, and pinpoint customers or components that have been exposed to the fault.