Carrier Infrastructure Data
We can provide highly powerful and insightful mapping tools based on previledged information from our carriers. This data can be incredibly helpful in lots of scenarios where a leased line is being planned. For example, you may want to get an indictation of whether your new office location has been previously or currently serviced with fibre, and if not, are there existing ducts which could aid delivery. All sorts of data ranging from planned ducts, existing fibre infrastructure, nearby ducts and estimated construction costs are available searching against an address.
Search against a postcode, NAD reference or co-ordinate and we can plot a fascinating view of existing and planned duct information surrounding the location. We can help classify an address into a category to give you an estimate of how difficult an installation the order may turn out to be.
Based on the classification of the address, and other known factors, the tool is able to give you an idea if the installation costs are likely to exceed what is included within the carrier tariff (eg Openreach will absorb up to £2800).
Plotted onto Google Maps is carrier duct information. You can see where the duct runs down your searched street and where it enters into a building. We provide other associated useful tools to help estimate distances, which can be useful where infrastructure has yet to be delivered to a site, for example.
Node data provides you details of where existing fibre infrastructure has been delivered. A T-Node being a termination into a building such as to an NTU or comms room. A Y-Node can be shared infrastructure external to a building.