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Intergraph Security, Government and Infrastructure (SG&I) has released its G/Technology Fiber Optic Works 1.2 system, which is designed to streamline the management of fiber optic infrastructure for utilities and other entities. Fiber is often the core component of high-speed broadband communications networks required for smart grid applications.

"Intergraph's G/Technology Fiber Optic Works not only allows users to expand into new service opportunities, but it also maximizes revenue potential by providing users with an up-to-date, accurate view of network assets and available bandwidth," says Karen Ball, G/Technology executive technical manager, Intergraph SG&I.

As an add-on to the G/Technology infrastructure management product family, Fiber Optic Works meets the need for an enterprise data environment that supports fiber network creation, modification and reporting workflows across an organization, the company says.


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