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The importance of fiber network redundancy

Jake Anderson - Jan 10, 2019 11:00:00 AM

On November 24th, millions of people in Seoul, South Korea lost all phone, internet, and television service after a fire destroyed the building of one of the country’s largest telecommunication companies, KT. In the following days, the company’s total subscriber count fell by more than 1,500 and the country’s minister of Science and ICT asked the CEOs of the three largest telecommunications providers to discuss how they would address future network issues.

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Connectivity features of OSPInsight

Jake Anderson - Jan 9, 2019 10:00:00 AM

In order to manage a fiber optic network effectively, you must have a comprehensive view of connectivity across all network elements.

With OSPInsight, network managers are able to easily maintain and troubleshoot connectivity issues through an integrated suite of software-based solutions. Our tools help users understand how data flows through termination panels, cable spans, and splice points, three critical junctures in any fiber network.

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What Is The SpliceGUI Tool?

Jake Anderson - Dec 31, 2018 10:00:00 AM

As fiber networks grow, maintaining a track record of cable splices becomes more and more challenging. Without an effective way to organize splicing information, network developers and field technicians are left in the dark when it comes to making changes or updates to existing cables.

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Why do you need a fiber capacity report?

Jake Anderson - Nov 5, 2018 4:29:00 AM

What is a fiber network capacity report?

One of the most valuable tools for fiber optic network developers is the fiber capacity report.

As the name suggests, a capacity report provides a real-time view of how much open capacity exists across the cables within a fiber network, all of the way down to the individual strand.

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