FNT Software is proud to expand its U.S. partner network within enterprise IT, data center, and telecommunications industries. From the planning and documentation of IT and telecommunications infrastructure to the full-service management of data centers and the automation and optimization of all IT processes, our partners use FNT’s solutions to help their customers maximize business performance.
COVID-19 has heightened the need for digital transformation and is accelerating its mainstream adoption to support IoT, virtualization, campus networks and the rollout of 5G. To ensure success in the aftermath of the global pandemic and remain competitive in a digital world, telecoms must increase bandwidth to support large-scale remote workforces, implement hybrid infrastructure management for greater visibility into digital infrastructure, integrate GIS capabilities to improve operational efficiency and utilize digital twins with the proper integration framework in place for equipment planning as well as service designing and assurance.
FNT Software, the leading provider of integrated software solutions for IT management, data center infrastructure management, and telecommunication infrastructure management worldwide, today announced its expanded partnership with Belize Telemedia Limited (BTL), the leading telecommunications provider in Belize. FNT provides BTL the Network Resource and Inventory Management of the outside plant infrastructure; as well as, management and inventory of its inside plant, logical network and active transport network in order to support the company’s digital transformation and ensure that high-quality services are consistently delivered without interruption.
Carrier networks are constantly being challenged. From the emergence of social media and specifically short-form video apps such as TikTok, to the bandwidth implications of work from home initiatives and virtual classrooms as a result of COVID-19, the only certainty is change itself.
As advancements in technology accelerate, carriers must quickly adapt to a changing ecosystem. From mobile 5G and fiber rollouts to network transformation and automation, significant change drivers are at play in the market that intensify the need for carriers to evolve their infrastructure. Doing so is vital to enable the Future Mode of Operation (FMO) of both physical and virtualized networks and services.
In part two of our blog post series, we discussed the four key requirements of a resource management solution and how to manage implementation costs. In part three, we’ll share how to prevent vendor lock-in and how to remain competitive among digital transformation.
In part one of our resource management blog post series, we discussed how to prepare for potential implementation problems and why it is critical to have a central database and unified data model in place to ensure a consistent view of the network at all times and to manage disparate data. In part two, we’ll dive into the key requirements of a resource management solution and how to manage implementation costs.
In many ways, IT is similar to the human body. Different parts are specialized to perform specific tasks, but they are all dependent on each other to function properly. Just as the brain controls the body, IT systems control every technical function and process within an organization. While we all know how to keep our bodies and brains healthy, what can be done to maintain a healthy environment for IT systems?
Is your organization still using a fragmented set of tools or even manual processes to plan and manage network resources? Are you struggling to fulfill new products and services due to a lack of a holistic view of your assets and resources? If so, you’re not alone. Many telco operators are finding it increasingly difficult to keep pace with competitors, ensure service quality, and reduce operating costs without having the end-to-end visibility they so critically need from a fully integrated and automated resource management solution.
In this three-part series, we’ll discuss the how the implementation of such a management solution can help CTOs, network operation teams, and planning organizations keep track of available resources, speed up time to market of new services, prevent misconfiguration, reduce recovery time from network outages, and significantly lower overall OPEX. To ensure a cost-efficient and smooth implementation, it’s important to take common challenges into consideration and strategize a plan to overcome them beforehand.
Asset management provides full transparency into all IT and telecommunications infrastructure to ensure operations are running as efficiently as possible. Identifying, documenting, monitoring, and managing arbitrary assets and all CI interrelationships is crucial to maintain and improve uptime, service delivery, productivity, and customer confidence. In part four of our eight-part asset management series, we’ll discuss how FNT Command serves as a holistic service asset base to accelerate ITIL processes and to resolve incidents faster. Continue reading “Reimagining Asset Management: Accelerating ITIL Processes and Incident Resolutions”
Is your organization looking to optimize ITIL processes, purchase new IT assets, or automate IT activities? In order to accurately plan for the future, maintaining an up-to-date inventory of all the current assets deployed is key. Educated guesses of your organization’s asset base simply won’t cut it, and frankly, are recipes for failure.