Simplifying Network Management with TruOps Common Language Network View
In today's interconnected world, efficient network management is vital for service providers to deliver seamless connectivity and services to their customers. To accomplish this, accurate identification and location of network sites are crucial. Enter TruOps™ Common Language® CLLI™ Codes, which identify the location and functionality of various network sites, network support sites, customer sites and network entities. The widespread adoption of CLLI Codes stems from their critical role in supporting routing, interconnection and efficient operations, all of which are essential for successfully managing telecom infrastructure.
As the industry’s tried and trusted industry-standard solution, a new network view feature is now available within TruOps Common Language. The feature gives users a visual reference of CLLI Code data via an interactive digital map view, making routing and interconnection tasks more manageable and time efficient. The details displayed via network view include the service providers associated with the site, city name, latitude and longitude values and the site creator. This intuitive format is easier to visualize and eliminates the process of manually matching specific location data to a map, streamlining network planning, service activations and new technology rollouts.
Specifically, network view helps service providers, data center operators, whole transport providers and companies that own, operate or manage towers and other network sites with:
- Enhanced efficiency in network planning: The easy-to-understand visual representation of this information makes routing and interconnection tasks more manageable and time-effective.
- Increased awareness of network entities and collocation opportunities: By providing visual representation and data based on the closest 100 network sites for a given address, users can readily identify areas suitable for network expansion or consolidation. Plus, the insightful nature of network view cuts down on the need for physical site surveys while minimizing conflicting location data, streamlining operations and boosting network proficiency.
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