Broadband Communities

MAR-APR 2017

BROADBAND COMMUNITIES is the leading source of information on digital and broadband technologies for buildings and communities. Our editorial aims to accelerate the deployment of Fiber-To-The-Home and Fiber-To-The-Premises.

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52 | BROADBAND COMMUNITIES | www.broadbandcommunities.com | MARCH/APRIL 2017 HOT PRODUCTS 3-GIS 350 Market Street NE Decatur, AL 35601 P: 256-560-0744 Contact: Kyle Siniard E: ksiniard@3-gis.com W: www.3-gis.com Customers: Telcos, Cable TV, Municipalities Products/Services: Back-Office Software INTRODUCING WEBJS BY 3-GIS WebJS is the next generation of our award-winning fiber management software. WebJS will provide users the ability to simultaneously link any number of data sources to give them the information they need to design and manage their networks more efficiently. 3-GIS WebJS mobile and admin applications create a one-of-a-kind fiber management system that works the way you work. With 3-GIS Web JS, you'll get premium features like: • Optimized windows management • Integration with Esri ArcGIS Online • Drag-and-drop data viewing and database import • Google Streetview integration • Prospector (automated route planning) • Charting ACRS 2601 Northwest Expressway, Suite 405W Oklahoma City, OK 73112 P: 405-843-9966 Contact: James Lightfoot E: jamesle@acrsokc.com W: www.acrsokc.com Customers: Telcos, Cable TV, Municipalities, Electric Co-ops, WISPs Products/Services: Planning, Design or Construction ACRS is a national engineering firm with 30 years of experience in the design and construction management of telecommunications and broadband networks, including BROADBAND COMMUNITIES' 16th Annual List Of Leading Broadband Technologies and Services The latest offerings from top broadband hardware and software suppliers, distributors and service providers. The Hot Products chart is available in the digital edition of this article at www.bbcmag.com.

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