Netadmin creates an OSS solution for fiber networks. We’ve helped network operators from all over the world to manage and grow their networks. Let’s spend the time on what really matters.
Netadmin is sprung from business requirements of delivering access to one delivery point, e.g. FTTX. This doesn’t mean that Netadmin is restricted to this type of business. We have several customers that use Netadmin for point-to-point (P2P) and point-to-multipoint (P2MP) businesses. Here, we will look at one customization in a Netadmin installation that increase usability and reduce complexity in a P2P scenario. For this text, we will look at two basic use cases in a P2P-business.Read More
2017 is coming to an end and we’re all looking forward to some time off during the up-coming holidays. At Netadmin’s headquarters, we’re looking back to a successful year with three new customers and a lot of interesting projects with our customers. We hope you look forward to 2018 as much as we do.Read More
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation by which the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission intend to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU).Read More
A shared business model for building fiber networks instead of a vertical model has often resulted in higher utilization levels and faster roll-out plans and in the same time enable a larger customer base for the service provider. But what kind of requirements does such a shared business model, often called open access or wholesale, imply for the interoperability between a network operator and a service provider? What distinguish an efficient and flawless way of working together?Read More
In a fiber network, there are multiple of access switches and new ones are being installed on a regularly basis. The technician, that is going to install the switch, has to spend a lot of time to prepare the configuration of these as well as spent a lot of time doing the actual installation. In those cases where something goes wrong in this manual process, the technician has to manually trace where the error has occurred and often redo the same process again.Read More