Introduction to Telecommunications

Enabling telecommunications organizations to more efficiently serve customers

Across the telecommunications industry, GIS and location intelligence have become essential technology to support network engineering, network operations, sales and marketing, and customer service.

Telecommunications organizations can leverage ArcGIS Solutions to quickly configure ArcGIS to manage telecommunication system data, optimize backhaul routes, and match customers with services.

Manage networks

Communications Data Management for ArcGIS Online
Communications Data Management for ArcGIS Online

Communications Data Management for ArcGIS Online can be used to manage coax, copper, fiber, and wireless systems to map assets, edit data, view system maps in the field and office, view asset reports, and collaborate with map notes.

Communications Data Management for ArcGIS Enterprise
Communications Data Management for ArcGIS Enterprise

Communications Data Management for ArcGIS Enterprise can be used to map and manage coax, copper, fiber, and wireless communication asset information with the ArcGIS Utility Network.

Optimize network planning

Network Path Planner
Network Path Planner

Network Path Planner can be used to plan fronthaul routes to wireless equipment such as 5G sites, backhaul routes from wireless towers, and plan routes to residential neighborhoods or business locations.

3D Basemaps
3D Basemaps

3D Basemaps can be used to author and maintain a 3D basemap for your organization.

Support sales and operations

Coverage Processing
Coverage Processing

Coverage Processing can be used to process raster RF signal strength data output from RF planning tools into cleaned and simplified polygon data that is easy to visualize and understand.

Service Qualification
Service Qualification

Service Qualification can be used to determine service availability for customer addresses and use business locations to optimize network routes.