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NIO Comm has been set up to address a need for a true ‘technical’ implementation consultancy in the Access Network arena. Sitting between MSO’s and technical equipment vendors we look to provide assistance and guidance to each to achieve the best solutions in terms of equipment development or network upgrades and delivery. Utilising our consultancy team’s skills and experience we are able to provide the ability to, enhance efficiency, improve functionality, reduce costs and speed delivery.

Technical Implementation Consultation
  • Consultative development with product vendors to enable better and more efficient products

  • Delivery of technical trials with product vendors and/or network operators

  • Delivery consultancy for MSO’s requiring Access Network upgrades or additions, providing process, costs and timescales

  • Technical training and support services for HFC/TDM Voice/FttH Access Networks

Planning Services
  • Provision of HFC and TDM Voice network planning from Headend to customer premise including Multiple Dwelling Units

  • Provision of FttH (xPon, RFoG) network planning from Headend to customer premise including Multiple Dwelling Units

  • Full GIS drafting capabilities on most current systems Intergraph, Smallworld, Esri, etc

  • Integrated planning and noticing functions that enables significant improvements on major build project timescales

Turnkey Solutions
  • Define, Design and Deliver (DDD) ‘turnkey’ implementation services for any aspect of Access Network build on either FttH or HFC/TDM Voice platforms

  • Technical programme management team to drive project deliveries ensuring any issues are managed and resolved to the clients satisfaction

  • Supply and fit joint ventures with equipment vendors and network operators

  • Proactive ‘find and fix’ technical network upgrades undertaken

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"Nio or Kongorikishi are two wrath-filled and muscular guardians of the Buddha standing today at the entrance of many Buddhist temples in East Asian Buddhism in the form of frightening wrestler-like statues."

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