Biarri Networks in Latin America.

From March 17th to 20th, Santiago will be the scene of the 2015 Fiber to the Home Latin American (FTTH LATAM) Conference. There, the main network operators and technology providers will gather to share the innovations and deployments that are being developed in most countries throughout region. Martha Lucia Palacio Business Developer of Biarri Networks for the Latin America Market has been chosen to be a panelist in Justifying the Business Case (Vendors) on her topic Breaking the Paradigm from Design to the Civil Works. This panel is currently scheduled to take place at the 2015 FTTH LATAM Conference on Thursday, March 19th from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM.

Biarri Networks will be present for the first time in Latin America at this important event, revealing how it is possible align your technology, processes and people to ensure the lowest cost network deployment.

Australia and Chile have an excellent bilateral relationship and extensive experience doing business together, so when an Australian company wants to expand their horizons to Latin America, Chile is the best place to begin. But our commitment is with the entire region: Currently almost all countries in Latin America are developing important network deployment projects and we want to apply the latest technology in design optimization and management of network deployments throughout Latin America – from Mexico to the southernmost region! These globally patented technologies will allow all national projects of expansion or creation of fibre optical networks can be achieved in even shorter time than expected, with the guarantee of having the best network. So from March 13th, we will undertake a long journey from Melbourne to Santiago, with a vision to provide our expertise and innovations in the service of Latin America.

With such a strong driving force behind Fibre to the Home (FTTH) connections worldwide we thought it was about time to join the community.

Biarri Networks would like to announce our partnership with the Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Council Americas. The FTTH Council has strong ties to the development and deployment of FTTH connections throughout the United States and around the world including Asia Pacific, Africa, Europe, and the Middle East & North Africa.

We know that we can help deliver the FTTH Council’s mission of accelerating the deployment of all-fibre access networks; sooner, more efficiently, and at a lower cost.

Biarri Networks uses FOND, our patented software, to create the lowest cost fibre optic network designs. We have been able to demonstrate; an 80% reduction in design time, a 20% reduction in material costs, and can design 3000+ homes in minutes; over industry standard fibre design approaches.

Our team are made up of the brightest mathematicians in Australia and around the world meaning that through our consultancy services you know you are in the right hands. Whether you are formulating how to connect your business, or community or trying to build a cost benefit analysis, we can help.

 Who is FTTH Council Americas?

The Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Council Americas is a non-profit association consisting of companies and organizations that deliver video, Internet and/or voice services over high-bandwidth, next-generation, direct fiber optic connections – as well as companies that manufacture FTTH products and others involved in planning and building FTTH networks. The Council works to create a cohesive group to share knowledge and build industry consensus on key issues surrounding fiber to the home. Its mission is to accelerate deployment of all-fiber access networks by demonstrating how fiber-enabled applications and solutions create value for service providers and their customers, promote economic development and enhance quality of life.

Who is Biarri Networks?

Biarri Networks is an Australian network optimisation company that operates globally. We use mathematics and the latest operations research methods in order to build powerful software to create the lowest cost fibre optic network design. We work with communities, businesses and governments to empower better decision making within their fibre optic network rollouts from building a cost benefit analysis, to integrating fibre rollout plans into FOND.

Begin the discussion and see how we can help design the lowest cost fibre optic network design