An operator would like to develop a focused short-term greenfield expansion plan with an understanding of short-term and longer-term cost trade-offs. Currently, XGS-PON is more expensive than GPON. Should they initially execute their expansion plan with GPON or XGS-PON?
A brownfield N+5 DOCSIS3.0 node is running out of capacity and needs to be upgraded. Which option should be used to upgrade the node to achieve the lowest 10-year total cost?
Telecom operators spend ~ 90% of their yearly capital on access networks. Access network planning is becoming exponentially complex (roughly 50 times) – due to myriad of technology options to be evaluated, need for integrated operational planning and the mandates to satisfy different stake holders. We developed AP-Jibe to help you plan quickly and effectively
What is the problem? While planning for network expansion projects such as onboarding new greenfield areas, network operators are faced with many technology and architecture options. Such planning is often done in a siloed atmosphere with a short-term view. This often results in plan that is sub-optimal in the long run that fails to accurately
Access Planning Jibe (AP-Jibe) assists the access network planners with their technology, business and operational plans. They can evaluate new deployment options, create and set strategic direction, and conduct a detailed enterprise level planning with AP-Jibe easily. See our two minute introductory video on AP-Jibe.
What is the problem? Broadband service demand is increasing exponentially. In addition, competitors are disrupting the market by introducing leapfrog offers that far exceed bandwidth demand. To meet these challenges technology is being evolved at a breakneck speed. In such a fluid transformation, a well managed access network technology evolution is a must for any