Combining physical and logical fiber networks into one model can unlock business value and increase ROI.
Managing connections beyond the physical
Modeling the physical connections of a fiber network is not enough. To fully understand and make more efficient use of assets, a logical component is needed. Combining physical and logical networks into one model enables providers to unlock additional business value and increase ROI by better predicting utilization and planning for diversity.
In this on-demand webinar, Hexagon experts will discuss:
The concepts of links, channels and circuits and their roles in network modeling
Modeling physical networks at the fiber strand/port level
Layering in logical components at the circuit level
Automatically managing changes in a single connectivity model
VP of Implementation Services, Hexagon’s Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial division
Dave Kenney has over 20 years’ experience in leadership roles delivering software solutions for the electric, telecommunications and transportation industries. He has led teams through the implementation and integration of enterprise solutions with a passion for long-term sustainability, innovation and growth for his customers.
Don Lorente has over 32 years' experience in the telecommunications, gas and electric industries. He has been with Hexagon for 30 years, and has architected and led the implementations of networks systems for utilities and communications customers across Canada, as well as consulted across North America.