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Company Contact

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Denver, CO 80111
United States
443.566.2273
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RichardL.Thompson@ge.com

 

About

GE Digital’s Smallworld Network Inventory is a GIS-based suite of products that provides support for the complete plan, design, build and operate network lifecycle. A single, integrated, solution covering the inside and outside plant network reflects the real state of your network and acts as bedrock enabling you to streamline business processes. Without this foundation, far too much effort goes into manual processes and playing catch-up often resulting in costly mistakes. Smallworld Network Inventory simplifies the challenges of designing and maintaining FTTx networks throughout their entire lifecycle and can be seamlessly integrated with other operational systems to automate processes.

 

Product

Smallworld Physical Network Inventory models the entire physical network for wired and wireless networks, both inside and outside plant, supporting multiple communications technologies and equipment from multiple vendors.


Mobile Enterprise provides support for a range of specific work flows to enable the field engineers to effectively meet their goals. Engineers can use any device in the field and access the data and information they need to complete their tasks quickly and efficiently.


Smallworld Physical Resource Assignment enables fully automated physical path assignment to support service qualification and service fulfillment.


Smallworld GeoSpatial Server supports integration with OSS components. It provides the capability to integrate Smallworld with other elements off the OSS via web services. GeoSpatial Server also support the Open Geospatial Consortium standards so allowing Smallworld data to be easily shared to other systems across the enterprise.


Smallworld Network Inventory Gateway provides web-based access to the data in the Physical Network Inventory database.


GeoSpatial Analysis provides a powerful suite of data analysis and warehousing tools. Users are able to quickly and easily answer complex spatial questions delivering the results in a variety of forms, including making them available over the web for future analysis.


Categories

Mapping/GIS

Asset Management
Fiber Management System (FMS)
Services
Software
Training

 

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