Faster Geospatial Enrichment
April 20, 2022
Earlier this year I signed a consulting agreement with Open5G.
Based in Atherton, California, the company builds and manages fiber-optic networks. At present, they have a handful of networks in the Bay Area but have plans to expand across the US.
The act of planning out how a fiber-optic network will be deployed across a city has many constraints to consider. The process is capital-intensive so you want the network to archive uptake as soon as possible. My team at Open5G builds network roll-out plans. This is done by blending over 20 data sources together and weighing their metrics against a number of business goals. The following is an illustrative example of a roll-out plan.
Was originally published on tech.marksblogg.com.
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