This webinar was recorded on 08/11/2018 and explores how math (Optimization and Machine Learning) and automation is currently being utilized to deliver significant economic value across the end to end deployment of fiber networks (Planning, Design, Engineering and Construction of Fiber Optic Networks)
At ISE Expo 2018, one of the key takeaways from Zayo’s CTO Jack Waters was that we need to start thinking about how math, and data is going to transform fiber deployments. The reality is that mathematical techniques are already being used to deliver significant results across fiber rollouts (end-to-end speed, cost, and compliance).
What a lot of people don’t initially understand is that it’s very different to the traditional engineering approach. When we consider a network in a mathematical way, things like technology (FTTH, FTTC, Fixed Wireless, Small Cell & 5G), various types of network equipment, Integrations, rules and more can all be applied easily when the mathematical and data model is right.
This presentation will give you insight into the magic that’s actually happening and how you can start thinking about your network deployment in a different way. It’s when we start building this foundation, of data, tech, process and people that we we can create an evolving OSP fiber design, which is being used NOW to deliver significant savings across:
- Fiber Network Planning (Feasibility, Costing, Funding, Bidding)
- High Level Network Design
- Low Level Network Design and Construction Packs
- Network Construction
Paul Sulisz, SVP Americas and Patrick Edwards, Customer Experience Manager explores what is actually happening, what is the tangible, economic value to this approach, and, how you can get started.