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In the relentless drive toward more complex multi-vendor, multi-technology networks, it’s never been more vital to know precisely what network resources are available and how they are being applied.

New services and network modifications require robust workflow and automation functionality.

The advent of these new technologies and service offerings dramatically increases the challenges of staying on top of discovery, provisioning, and activation of new services.


As network operators move towards new technology and new services, their need to understand the resources in the network and their utilization becomes critical in order to optimize network expansion and maximize return on investments.

Telecom operators thus have to provide network and service resource management database as a foundation for various functions and business units within the company.


Unfortunately, relying on traditional paper-based inventory records, spreadsheets, and fragmented, in-house databases leads to sluggish, error-prone workflows and loss of competitive edge.

If you know how time-consuming and frustrating the search for right information can be, you will appreciate how TelMaster features can help you to save valuable time and deliver timely information to right people across your enterprise.


TelMaster Unified Network Image is serving as a central information repository for the Integrated low Capex/Opex operations and ensure that a single source of data is used.

TelMaster provides a sophisticated geodatabase, which houses all network and physical inventory information. This provides centralized repository of seamless, almost real-time network and service provisioning database that allow for maximization of network resources, improvement of customer services and operational efficiency. TelMaster contains interactive WEB GIS for fast data mining where each network element or transmission span can have hyperlink to images, documents, schematic diagrams or the WEB site.



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