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Better Network Management

Esri and Schneider Electric understand how critical strong asset management is for your network. Your customers expect their telecommunication services to be the best the world can offer -- any time of day.

That’s why Esri and Schneider Electric have partnered to help you meet HFC network needs in real time. This powerful technology duo lets you plan, design, and manage your network with one system, based off the ArcGIS platform.

We’ve enhanced our Fiber Manager solution with RF design capabilities. Fiber Manager delivers a modern, open environment with customizable tools, so you can edit and maintain your data quickly and accurately. Deliver vital services to your customers while tracking the assets that make it possible.

See the Esri difference.

Seamless Integration

Esri lets you build enterprise systems based off integrations of your existing IT and OT systems. Take advantage of a full suite of COTS APIs that let you quickly connect your OSS, BSS, and BI solutions.

Instant Access

Secure portals let you share geospatial data fast and securely. Fiber Manager uses the ArcGIS Portal to enable you to share access with executives, knowledge workers, field crews, and other decision-makers who need real-time information about your network.

Advanced Analytics

There’s a reason Esri leads the world in spatial analytics. Combine your network data with environmental, weather, outage, and additional information. Your teams can act fast when they have the most current information related to network vulnerabilities. Supervisors can allocate resources efficiently and restore services to the most people the fastest. Let analytics drive your decisions.

Active Community

Esri’s community includes the world’s top telecommunications providers. They rely on the ArcGIS platform – and on each other. Share and access best practices, help each other overcome challenges, and meet regularly in free webinars, vibrant user conferences, and online social communities including Esri’s GeoNet.