ARM Data Center Software is Sponoring TEX NYC 2019

DENVER, CO - ARM Data Center Software is sponsoring TEX NYC 2019, and will be giving live demonstrations of cARMa, the ultimate SaaS Network Inventory platform on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at the W Hotel in Hoboken, NJ.

cARMa® is the industry leading platform for managing an entire telecommunications network from a single system, for any combination of wireline, wireless, and/or data center business. Built on the Microsoft cloud, cARMa features unparalleled ability to acquire data from other siloed systems, limitless expansion, and native integration to the entire Office 365, Dynamics 365, and Azure Active Directory platforms.

According to Frank McDermott, CEO, “We can deploy new instances of cARMa in minutes, versus weeks or months for competitors. Our clients can immediately begin using cARMa and its out-of-the-box capabilities to proactively manage installed services, capacity, new orders, and NETEX from a single pane of glass. Furthermore, extensive customization is just a few clicks away, either by ARM or end-user.”

With 5G expected to require a ten-fold increase in fiber, and blurring the lines between the traditional segments of the industry, cARMa is positioned to lead the way to successful deployments of next generation networks. To schedule a demo at TEX NYC 2019, you can find Frank in the TEX Portal or at

About ARM

Available as the industry-first true SaaS solution, cARMa® is the revolutionary tool from ARM Data Center Software built specifically for the telecommunications and data center industries that harnesses the power of the cloud to tie your inventory assets, customer orders, and vendor expenses together into a single, intuitive application for visibility across your entire organization. Accessible from anywhere, with bank-grade security utilizing multifactor authentication, cARMa delivers custom views for each function in your organization while pulling information from a single source of data to eliminate siloed systems and offline spreadsheets.