SchemaFiber : Fiber optic network
SchemaFiber is an optical network diagrammatic management software. It is a part of the Newis Software SchemaSuite.
The software can work either as a stand-alone application or as a part of the SchemaSuite extending its capabilities to other network types.
Who is it for
TELECOM companies, industrial services and corporate internal networks.
SchemaFiber is designed for businesses to manage large fibre infrastructures at a regional scale or for an entire country.
It can also be used by industrial services or large companies to manage their internal network.
Strengths of the application
Lets you enter a network simply and quickly.
Designed with special attention to performance for the management of even dense fibre networks.
Our application store datas into a database and is developed based on the latest technologies (Microsoft.net Framework).
Our application is based on a conceptual model which is open and documented.
SchemaFiber gives you schematic view of all optical fibre network components (fiber, splice boxes, patch panels, etc.).
Being able to visualize your network allows those who service the infrastructure the ability to guarantee that it is up-to-date and functions optimally on a permanent basis.
SchemaFiber works on a project layer basis, so it is possible to project future changes to your network without impacting its actual state in the field, allowing the maintenance team to collaborate with the planners without disruption.
Path finding by AI
Several algorithms are available in SchemaFiber to find the simplest connection path between two points.
The artificial intelligence implemented allows you to ask it to perform as few actions as possible or only patching, if a possible path exists in your network SchemaFiber will always propose the best option.
Filtering fibres means you can quickly find a freepath for a new connection and identifies bottle-necks in your network.
Allows you to control network connectivity in case of failure cut and locating the failure.
Export of to-do list
Plan the work of your assembly teams with precision.