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1 Telemator ® Equipment and cabling management software system 1 / 41 Push Page Down or mouse button

2 Telemator Software for registration and administration of: Core-, pair- and patch panel based networks Copper-, fiber- and transmission networks Small and big in- and outdoor networks In both projecting-, installation- and management phase

3 Telemator – a common memory

4 Telemator in an organization It is important to obtain a good teamwork across the organization in relation to working tasks, registered information and suppliers / customers of internal, leased out and any leased in circuits. Telemator is central to these factors. Telemator Data Organization Telemator Registered information Working tasks Customers/ suppliers

5 Telemator – the connecting link Telemator Fiber cable Copper cable Management system 1 Management system 2 Management system 3 Telemator may be the main reference towards all systems, and gives work orders for both connections and programming in the different systems

6 Telemator consists of 4 modules Net diagram module Base module Projecting module ElektroPartner DAK Trace module Cable map GIS Telemator Others Drawing- program

7 The base module is divided into 5 main cardfiles Point card file Equipment card file Cable card file Circuit card file User card file

8 Point cardfile In the Point cardfile you can register the whole specter of fixed points such as: Telecom room, equipment room, communication room, nodes, sites Distributors (both outdoor and indoor) Patch panel Workplace contacts Deducting manhole (fiber, copper) Straight splices (1:1)

9 Point cardfile screen

10 Equipment cardfile Register any kind of equipment here, such as: Central equipment Transmission equipment Local and customer equipment

11 Examples of central equipment Telephone centrals Calling centrals Servers Fire centrals Alarm centrals

12 Examples of local and customer equipment Telephone sets Calling devices Personal computers Fax machines Printers Signal systems Routers

13 Examples of transmission equipment Multiplexer High order multiplexer Sub multiplexer Modem Carrier frequency equipment (CF) Fiber termination equipment Radio link equipment Point to multipoint radio Digital cross connection Drop insert HUB Router Switch Satellite connection SDH net PDH net ATM net Frame Relay net

14 Equipment cardfile level Level 4 – connections w/signal on each port Level 3 –ports on printed circuit board Four levels are used to register any kind of equipment : Level 2 – printed circuit boardLevel 1 – general information

15 Equipment cardfile screen

16 Cable cardfile In the Cable card file, you can register all types of cables, such as: Copper cables based on pairs Copper cables based on single conductors (coax) Fiber cables You can also terminate the cable ends in equipments, distributors, contacts or patch panels

17 Cable cardfile screen

18 Circuit cardfile All of the networks circuits are registered in the Circuit card file. A circuit is also called a line, a signal path, a connection or a loop. Examples of circuits: Telephone circuit Data circuit 622 Mb SDH circuit 155 Mb ATM circuit

19 Circuit cardfile screen

20 Customer cardfile In the Customer card file you register all users and connect them to the circuits they use A user may be : An employee A customer that leases circuits from your company A function in your company, i.e. a control center A supplier of leased circuits

21 User cardfile screen

22 Circuit routing Other word for routing is crossing or patching. You can route a circuit in three different ways: Fully automatic routing from an equipment or a point to another equipment or point in the net Automatic routing on one cable, Telemator uses the first unoccupied and fault-free cores Manual routing on the core you want in the cable you choose

23 Prints (the 3 most frequently used) (1 of 2) The installer may use: A Circuit card or a Graphical circuit card when connecting a circuit, to see how to connect in all different points the circuit goes through A Cross card when crossing many circuits in the same point A Point card to terminate many cables in one point There are also a lot of other prints for different purposes

24 A section in Circuit card

25 Network diagram Automatically draws a graphical overview of the network. This is based on information registered in the Base module. The network diagram shows: Equipments Points Cables Wireless connections Prints are paginated for printers or plotters

26 Network diagram screen

27 Projecting module (1 of 3) Produces documentation for installation and management Produces database for management of structured networks Handles projects for small and big office buildings Uses just a few minutes on these jobs! –This entails a great deal of labor saving –Demands minimal knowledge of construction and different standards for structured network Today the projecting module supports standards for Kombinett, Systimax (earlier called Universalnett) and Statsbygg

28 Projecting module (2 of 3) The projecting module establishes: All building distributors (BD), floor distributors (FD) and work area contacts with name, correct size, type etc. All cables with name, type etc. correctly terminated in both ends Copper- and fiber cables to each work area (telephone, calling and data) Cable to public network with city circuits and possibly an interface cabinet Routes circuits on cables according to chosen standard Can return cable- and distributor names back to a building drawing in the DAK program ElektroPartner

29 Projecting module main screen

30 Configure floors

31 Projecting module (3 of 3) Prints Basis for making labels and name plates Ready-calculated cable network Order list for parts Total network documentation for installation of the network

32 Cable trace module Registration of ditches and similar, that might contain pipes and sub-pipes Cables can be placed directly into ditches, pipes or sub-pipes Traces in most digital cable maps (GIS) can be connected towards Telemator When you choose a trace on the map, Telemator will show you cables and pipes in the trace. You can also easily see circuits/lines inside the cable

33 Functionality for fiber networks Shows each fiber in the cables Welding of fibers in splices Splice-card with colors Registration of fiber manholes where the cable are spliced or coiled When using manual routing Telemator finds all fibers spliced together into one trace Print that simplifies analysis of test reports

34 Functionality for transmission systems Lower and higher order circuits Time slots and channels Digital cross-connections Wireless connections on radio (-link) equipment Patching between equipment and patch panel inside telecom-rooms and the like Shows both near- and remote end of a transmission-jump in the same screen picture Relation between local and high order side in equipments

35 Functionality for patch panels Termination of contacts down to pin- level Show contacts with or without pins Rout (patch) directly on contacts (built-in functionality makes sure that pins in the first contact are connected with correct pins in the other contact)

36 Labour saving functions The Copy function creates one or multiple equal elements in one operation – All earlier registrations can be used as templates Create libraries containing templates for equipments Termination of several cables in one distributor in one operation Routing of multiple circuits in one or several cables in one operation Renaming of several points, equipments, cables or circuits in one operation

37 The database Relational database xBase file format (one of the best known) Data can be read directly from a lot of common PC-tools like Word and Excel Demands almost no administration Multi-user program

38 Multi- or single user Multi-user via common file server Single user at stand alone PC Access for the different user are read/write or just read

39 Courses Courses arranged at customers location The courses length are normally 2 days

40 Consulting On the job training for teaching you how to use Telemator in your own network Start help to get you started in early stages of registration Converting of data from other data systems Registration help for networks with or without existing documentation

41 Customers Telecom companies Installation contractors Oil drilling platforms Factories Airports Railway networks Road administrators Energy suppliers Hospitals Schools Military camps Office buildings Some known names are: Norge: Avinor, BKK bredbånd, Bravida, Bredbåndsfabrikken, Forsvaret, Rikshospitalet, Song Networks, Telenor, TeleDanmark Sverige: Arjeplog kommun, ComDaTe, Citylink, Gotland Energi, Kalix kommun, Luleå Kommun, RegNet, Oskarshamn Energi, Song Networks, Ventelo Danmark: DSB, Luftfartsvæsenet, Song Networks Some known constructions are: Troll B, one of the largest floating production platforms in the world. Europe's most modern air control center in Røyken, Norway.

42 On the Internet Go to and find more detailed information about Telemator and the different program Download a FREE evaluation version of Telemator in which you can register up to 15 cables News about the latest version Order program, maintenance agreement and courses The Telemator user interface can be switched between Norwegian, Swedish and English languages.

43 End You have now been watching the functionality of Telemator ® Thank you for your attention! Any questions - don't wait to contact us! Phone: (+47) Internet:

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