Software Details

  • Fiber naming: what is connected to each end and the possibility of naming each fiber.
  • Browsing between boxes: Possibility of navigating from one box to another via the cable that connects them.
  • Navigation between elements: When an element references another, it is possible to center the referenced element or go directly to its details and editing screen.
  • Box Editor and Viewer: Interface optimized for very fast design of the inside of boxes (splitters, merges, connections). Template concept that allows you to design/implant practically ready-made boxes.
  • Batch operations: Not only rectangles, but complex polygons can be used to define areas and, within those areas, perform batch operations for one, some or all elements of a type (Posts, Boxes, Cables, etc).
  • Editing Elements: Not only is the creation and deletion of elements easy to perform, but also the editing, in order to generate as little rework as possible when editing poles, boxes, clients.
  • Searching for the best way: When laying a new cable, the system calculates the best viable path between two points, using already laid cables, when possible
  • Search for elements: Advanced and integrated interface to search elements by type and name, location by address or coordinates.
  • Free topologies: There are no limits for designing topologies, such as multiple Central Offices, multiple cables running through a box.
  • Lighting: Lighting in both directions, highlighting optical signal paths, from an equipment port, through cables, inside boxes and, finally, customers.
  • OTDR:Map representation of a point according to the distance indicated by an OTDR.
  • Power budget:Extract from the power budget itemizing the attenuation inserted by each network element (including cables) in a path at any point in the network.
  • Path endings:Informs where a path starts and ends in the network (sections between splitters, clients and equipment).
  • Cable occupations: Information on the amount of fibers in use or free and what is connected at each end.
  • Element status: It is possible to differentiate parts of the network that are under design, implemented or even certified.
  • Hierarchical levels: Cables and boxes can be organized into hierarchical network levels.
  • Network hierarchy: It makes it possible to separate the backbone from the various access networks. Improved security, performance and clarity when viewing and editing.
  • Element types:The system allows the customization of types of elements (boxes, cables, splitters, fusions, connectors, DIOs, equipment) giving the user complete freedom to customize the elements that will compose his network, including information regarding their brands and models.
  • Network topologies:Support for balanced and unbalanced networks.
  • Splitter 2xN:It is now possible to map networks that use 2xN splitters to protection topologies.
  • DIO:DIO elements to make an organized decoupling between cables and equipment.
  • Equipments: Definition of equipment types and the role of their interfaces, including power parameters and maximum occupancy, when applicable.
  • Valid paths:It is possible to teach the network which paths are possible for cable launches and commercial viability.
  • Network problem analysis: Advanced, proprietary algorithm for cross-referencing network problem information with the network design to pinpoint elements with a high probability of being the cause of failures.
  • Problem Dashboard: Real-time dashboard that shows on a map where the active problems are at any given moment.
  • Installation sketch: Installation sketch image indicating the shortest path between a customer and their service boxes, generating cable savings in all installations and generating a healthy distribution of customers in the service boxes.
  • Hierarchical levels: Cables and boxes can be organized into hierarchical network levels.
  • Element types: The system allows the customization of types of elements (boxes, cables, splitters, fusions, connectors, DIOs, equipment) giving the user complete freedom to customize the elements that will compose his network, including information regarding their brands and models.
  • Network topologies: Support for balanced and unbalanced networks.
  • Splitter 2xN: It is now possible to map networks that use 2xN splitters to protection topologies.
  • DIO: DIO elements to make an organized decoupling between cables and equipment.
  • Equipments: Definition of equipment types and the role of their interfaces, including power parameters and maximum occupancy, when applicable.
  • Valid paths: It is possible to teach the network which paths are possible for cable launches and commercial viability.
  • Precise commercial viability: Precise, instantaneous and automatic technical feasibility, taking into account advanced parameters such as shortest valid path, spaces in service boxes, limit of users per pon port, minimum calculated power. The ability to grow in sales becomes independent of technical people.
  • Network deployment: Possibility of informing the customer more precise installation deadlines.
  • Maintenance notice: Possibility of viewing all clients that will be affected by maintenance at any point on the network. Information can be used to communicate with customers and avoid congestion in call centers.
  • Potential areas:Generation of heat maps indicating regions that are looking for the system but are not being served, allowing a very well-targeted network expansion, maximizing the ROI of the expansion.
  • Reports: Complete, exportable reports, by area, of all network elements. This makes it possible, for example, to value parts of the network in terms of liabilities.
  • Occupation:Graphical information, grouped according to the zoom level, indicating saturated or idle areas of the network, generating valuable insights for marketing and networks areas.
  • Mobile app: Mobile app for field personnel (technical and commercial), eliminating the need for paper or outdated versions with conflicting information over the network.
  • Integration: Since the birth of the system, 100% of what can be done in the interface can be done via API, allowing TOTAL integration with ANY module or application. The API has its documentation published in its entirety on the devOZ website.
  • Data import:Import of poles, boxes, cables, customers, technical reserves in the form of simple CSV files.
  • Scalability: The system is very light, thought from the first line of code to be fast even on large networks, and following the web line, dispensing with complex installations and specific hardware.
  • Safety:Encrypted access using HTTPS/SSL with valid certificate, at no additional cost and with user profiles that restrict actions, projects and modules.
  • Map layers: Maps are layers, which opens the possibility to use virtually any type of map as a base. Isis has a local map service to speed up their visualization, avoiding depending on external servers.
  • Georeferencing: All objects are georeferenced in the system.
  • Logs: All actions performed on the system are logged to enable audits.
  • Backups:Extremely fast backup generation and restoration system, following the snapshot model. Enabling safe testing and simulation.
  • Multiuser: Unlimited number of users can use the system at the same time.
  • Respect for the data:A provider's network data is strategic information of great value. The system is all web, however, decentralized, that is, it runs wherever the provider wants, including in its own structure, guaranteeing full control over your data.