We are happy to announce that the community of users of our Smallworld PNI add-ons (primarily Optical Network Atlas, Physical Route Manager and Cable TV Design Tool) has grown rapidly this year. This is a result of new Smallworld PNI implementations by Globema, GE and GE Partners as well as systems’ upgrades and solutions’ standardizations. We’d like to thank all Customers and Partners for the cooperation and trust in our products!
ONA, PRM and CATV-D have been deployed by telecom customers and utility operators managing their fiber infrastructure across the globe – from Czech Republic and Denmark, through Republic of South Africa, Singapore and India to New Zealand and other countries.
Thanks to the growing customer base we were able to release a few new versions of our products throughout the year, introducing several new features and Smallworld 5.0 and 5.1 compatibility.
Not sure what’s this all about?
Globema developed several specialized, industry-specific products that extend standard features of Smallworld Network Inventory suite. A number of those products, including ONA, PRM, CATV-Design and others, are included on the official GE Smallworld price list and available in the offering portfolio of GE’s Authorized Partners.
ONA, PRM, CATV-D – what can you use it for?
In a nutshell:
- Physical Route Manager allows grouping any number of physical resources into an easily accessible and manageable entity called “Route”. Routes facilitate modelling utilization of physical resources for data transmission services and fiber/pairs lease.
- Optical Network Atlas extends standard functionalities of Smallworld Physical Network Inventory with automatic generation of schemes for optical routes. The tool enables to present generated fiber schemes in various ways (on-screen within Smallworld application, as printed documentation or in PDF files).
- CATV-Design module simplifies hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) network design process conducted by all cable television operators. The solution enables complete HFC design & calculations within the GE Smallworld PNI environment.