VETRO FiberMap offers cloud-based FTTx network mapping

VETRO FiberMap, an NBT Solutions, LLC company, has launched the VETRO FiberMap Network Mapping Platform for small to mid-sized ISPs and community broadband networks. The secure, cloud-based platform enables ISPs to plan, design, cost, build, market, manage, and operate their FTTx networks through any web browser, according to the company.

VETRO FiberMap, an NBT Solutions, LLC company, has launched the VETRO FiberMap Network Mapping Platform for small to mid-sized ISPs and community broadband networks. The secure, cloud-based platform enables ISPs to plan, design, cost, build, market, manage, and operate their FTTx networks through any web browser, according to the company.

"As we worked with dozens of communications companies over many years, we found that small and mid-sized ISPs have a common set of mapping needs as they deploy their fiber networks," explained VETRO FiberMap Cofounder Will Mitchell. "Legacy network inventory mapping tools are too big, too complex, and too expensive for them. They wind up using Google Earth for maps and spreadsheets for strands and circuits, but they really struggle to bring all of this data together and share information across their business efficiently. We've built this platform specifically for these companies so that they can now work from one common fiber network mapping and fiber management database."

The platform supports demand identification, market planning, and ROI modeling as well as engineering needs, according to the company. The Network Mapping Platform will support ISPs from design to construction, generate BOMs, and share designs in GIS-ready formats. Open APIs and cloud management make the platform easy to integrate, customize, and maintain, while providing secure data access to all departments and partners, VETRO FiberMap concludes.

Demos and free trials of the platform are available at www.vetrofibermap.com.

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