Auditing is the key component of the planning process. Information about location, distance, current equipment, and partner specifications are gathered. Pionnering new industry-standards begins with Planning, as both Field and ISP/OSP Design are involved from the onset.
Pivoting off the information gathered in planning, our Field Design team is prepped to begin. Using our in-house developed GIS apps, our team collects geospatial data during site surveys. This data is collected, recorded, and transmitted real-time to our ERP system.
TriTechne's ISP and OSP Design teams exemplify both quality and efficiency. Utilizing fully integrated technologies, this piece of the front-end process relies on cross-functional teamwork. Real-time data collection and organization allows parallel production from all three facets.
Aerial construction suspends fiber optic cable from poles, pylons, or mounted to existing structures/buildings. Site surveys conducted in the design phase prep our construction team with data on possible obstructions, splicing locations, and needed materials. The combination of experienced teams, equipment, and trucks allows TriTechne to be geographically diverse and scalable.
The process of laying fiber optic cable via Buried Construction is another avenue of TriTechne's Infrastructure division. The Infrastructure teams are prepared for trenching and boring, and the array of obstacles each can present, with refined processes and technology. New-age equipment is being used in the field, such as pneumatic boring tools, to find new efficiencies and condense the project life cycle.
Most commonly used in urban areas, Underground Construction consists of using pre-existing paths to complete fiber projects. Utiliziing manholes and sewer systems is typical in this type of project. Although this method is not used as frequently as Aerial and Buried Construction, this is another area of TriTechne expertise. As with the other two processes, this type of construction is determined in Design.
Fiber splicing is simply the connection of multiple fiber optic cables. Splicing methods and expertise ensure fiber optic cable durability and, most importantly, functionality. The purpose of fiber optic cable powering NextGen Networks rests on its ability to provide a faster and more robust connection. Using both Fusion and Mechanical Splicing, TriTechne's Installation teams are among the industry's elite in providing precision splicing.
TriTechne's understanding of coalescing networks is unmatched. Installing and powering the devices enabling connectivity is one of the final portions of TriTechne's convergence in telecommunications. Customer Premise (NID), Access Devices (DSLAM), Core Network Switches, all the way to Central Office (CO), comprise some of the elements of TriTechne Installation teams' competencies. Knowing how these systems function sets TriTechne apart from competitors. But fully comprehending how the systems interact with one another in the NextGen Network establishes TriTechne as an Industry Thought Leader.
TTU is the final stage in our NextGen Network deployment, during which equipment is tested. An effective TTU process ensures that equipment is functioning, performing at specification-based speeds, and is fully integrated into the network's system. It consists of: