Web-based Mapping and GIS - Our system is built on a mature and easy to use GIS-based mapping system that allows you to create beautiful visual maps of your network in seconds. Create your own service area maps from scratch, import data from other GIS sources, or have our staf create base maps for you. Access the system from any web browser, at far less cost than other systems. Export all data in industry standard formats.
Equipment Management - We have integrated network equipment inventory management with our web-based mapping tools. Track where splice enclosures, handholes, switches, routers, and radios are located, generate reports with one mouse click, and print maps that show where your equipment is operating.Track equipment by Put In Service dates, serial numbers, asset tags, vendor, model, or any other attribute.
Fiber Cable Management - Simple, easy to use drawing tools let you create and maintain fiber cable routes. Map start and end points of fiber cables, manage used and unused buffer tubes and fibers, and track splices and termination points. Map handholes, slack loops, splice cans, cabinets, and other cable-related outside plant.
Anywhere Access - Access your data anywhere you have a web connection. Work from home, update equipment and cable data from cabinets and huts in the field in real time, and have all your network data available at meetings and in conference rooms
Superb Printing - Unlike other GIS systems, print beautiful, high resolution maps at any size up to D and E size drawings, and generate PDF files with a couple of mouse clicks. Export data in standard industry formats.
We've partnered with InteractiveGIS™, a leading GIS software tools developer, to build best of class network management tools on top of a mature, time-tested GIS system that was originally designed for NASA. We've applied our decades of experience with network design and network management to put together an affordable set of tools design
Design Nine was selected as a Broadband Properties top 100 company in 2008, 2009, and 2010.