View, understand and analyze your telecom network
The connected network forms a large and complex topology on several levels. dpCom for telecom networks gives you the tools and reports you need to analyze this information from different viewpoints and present the information in different formats.
These tools and reports help you answer questions like these:
- What services and customers are using the fibers of this cable?
- What are the endpoints for the fibers of this cable?
- What happens along the fiber-level trace of the content of this cable?
- What fiber splices are made in this splice box, and what are the endpoints for each connected fiber?
- Which fibers in the cables connected to this splice box are free?
- What are the endpoints (going uplink and downlink) for this splitter, and the calculated dB values for each path, and how many more fibers can be connected to the splitter?
- Which WDM channels are present on this fiber and which are occupied with a service?
- What kind of SLA does the customer have for services passing through the fibers of this cable?
Much of the information on the network is on the fiber/thread/carrier level and so is not directly visible on the map. But in dpCom you can always highlight or color-code the parents of objects. This means that a service or just a fiber path can be shown on the map using a single command by highlighting all of the routes, nodes, cables, and pipes that the fiber level trace detects.