Fibre Optic Networks

cableScout® demonstrates its high performance, flexibility and user friendly design in the fibre optic sector. The software can capture every fibre optic infrastructure in detail and display it clearly.

Back in 2002, as part of various projects for prestigious carriers, work started on the development of special functions, graphics, printouts and reports for fibre optic technology which was not very widespread at the time. As a result of the continuous further development of this fibre optic technology many innovations, ideas and customer requests have flowed into the cableScout® software over the years.

Its wide functional scope makes it easy for the user to administer a fibre optic structure from the backbone through to the customer connection. The software handles both the physical infrastructure – components such as multiplexers, splitters and splicing sleeves or single and multi-mode cables – and also the logical layer with different wavelengths, signals and part signals.

cableScout® also demonstrates its functional and graphical benefits in the administration of multiplexer technologies such as CWDM or DWDM. Even the most complex multiplexer structure can be easily documented and displayed clearly through to channel level. Realistic mapping of shelves, module racks, interface cards and slot components considerably simplify the issue.

The specifically developed query and display functions such as route search, automatic routing, the schematic plan and the fibre manager provide transparency and an easier understanding of the complex subject.
As a result of this abundance of information and analyses, the administration of the fibre optic networks obtains a completely new dimension as far as flexibility, response speed and profitability are concerned.

  • Fast overview of cable occupancy with the fibre manager
  • Single fibre management: Documents, measuring protocols, ownership relationships and SLAs can be stored for each fibre
  • Display of route analyses of individual fibres, services or cables
  • Route searches across all technologies and media
  • All types of fibre optic cables (multi-mode/single-mode) can be used
  • All plug types (E2000, SC and LC) are supported
  • Storage of loop lengths at the start, end and in the route itself

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