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To plan, architect and design Transmission & Access active network to meet business deliverables and network reliability objectives.
To implement Transmission & Access active network refresh/upgrade so as to maintain company Network Technological Leadership in the local market. This includes the replacement of the various obsolete & end-of-life equipment:
Legacy SDH & PDH nodes; end-of-life DC Rectifiers which are > 8 years old; end-of-life Batteries (> 3 years) etc.
On the phasing out of SDH network, this includes project managing the installation of new DWDM muxes, coordinating with various stakeholders (e.g. AM, Service Provisioning, Field Force etc) on migrating out the corporate circuits from the end-of-life SDH nodes.
Responsible for day to day Business As Usual (BAU) requests from internal stakeholders and ensure all deliveries are fulfilled within the committed CRD.
Responsible for the planning of Transmission & Access network to track its performance metrics and take the necessary actions to address any potential network design & technical issues when it is at its infancy stage. This includes performing audit of the Transmission & Access active network, performing simulation testing in the Transmission Test Lab (to support Tenders’ Proof-of-Concept testing).
To provide the necessary engineering & technical support in the design & planning of Central Office’ equipment rooms, as well as the consolidation of Central Office.
To manage the planning & implementation of NMS/T-SDN Servers (which includes the virtualization of these servers) and the engineering of the DCN network (meant to bring the alarms from network nodes back to the NMS system).
Documentation of various transmission & access planning guidelines & processes, which will help to facilitate training courses for new recruits or existing staff.
Perform any other assignments as tasked by the Director.
Diploma or ITE Cert in Communication or Electronics Engineering.