Outside Plant Software: Meet netTerrain OSP

Our customers asked for it – and we delivered: a solution for documenting wireless and fiber optic networks. With the release of netTerrain 6.6, netTerrain Outside […]
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Hannah Ash is a marketing specialist who loves thinking, writing and speculating about the future of the data center.

netTerrain 6.6: Outside Plant & More

netTerrain 6.6 Has Arrived: Outside Plant is Here! Summer is finally here and all of us at Graphical Networks hope the season brings you lots of […]
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Hannah Ash is a marketing specialist who loves thinking, writing and speculating about the future of the data center.

Launched: Graphical Networks Website Revamp

Out with the old…and in with the new! Several months ago, all of us here at Graphical Networks decided we were a bit tired of our […]
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Hannah Ash is a marketing specialist who loves thinking, writing and speculating about the future of the data center.

April 4th-5th, Gartner Data Center Summit

Gartner Data Center Summit, Brazil: Graphical Networks showcases upcoming netTerrain 6.6 April 14th, 2016 GAITHERSBURG, MD — Attendees at Gartner’s Data Center Summit in São Paulo, […]
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Hannah Ash is a marketing specialist who loves thinking, writing and speculating about the future of the data center.

Buying DCIM? If You Overlook This, You’ll End Up Stuck

In this 3rd part of our 8 part blog series, we’ll explore the process of creating an entire Data Center hierarchy – everything from a world […]
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As CEO / Product and Engineering Manager, Jan joined Graphical Networks with the purpose of creating the most advanced DCIM and IT visualization company in the market.

netTerrain’s New GIS Software for Outside Plant

netTerrain’s New Outside Plant Solution (OSP) Raises the Bar for Web-based Data Visualization Graphical Networks to showcase netTerrain 6.6, with GIS Software, at the Las Vegas […]
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Hannah Ash is a marketing specialist who loves thinking, writing and speculating about the future of the data center.