New pre-connectorised portfolio is ideal for regions where FTTH deployment solutions must be simple and quick
Among these solutions will be the new Optibox family extension with a pre-connectorised portfolio. The need for speedy deployments, which is often hindered by lack of resources and skills, has driven the development of a brand new pre-connectorised access terminal solution portfolio for large apartment buildings, which will also be displayed alongside the Optibox extension.
“Our customers play a key role in defining our roadmap and innovation strategy, and the result is a growing solution portfolio which addresses customers’ needs,” said Kurt Misteli, Market Manager WAN/Access Networks at HUBER+SUHNER. “Our new Optibox family extension with a pre-connectorised portfolio is perfect, especially in regions with low skilled labour where FTTH deployments are happening and in which simplicity and speed are essential.”
Also on display will be HUBER+SUHNER’s market leading ODF solution LISA for Central Office applications – which has been enhanced to further improve flexibility, practicality and user-friendliness – as well as HUBER+SUHNER’s vectoring solutions for the Outside Plant, which allows for the easy integration of new fibre into existing copper outside plant infrastructure.
The increased demand in flexibility for “bandwidth-on-demand”, higher security and better protection will also be addressed at the HUBER+SUHNER Stand (G2) with optical switching from HUBER+SUHNER Polatis and HUBER+SUHNER Cube Optics’ extensive DWDM portfolio, which can efficiently overcome the common issue of fibre exhaust in the network.
To top it all off, HUBER+SUHNER will be introducing its new shuttered LC connector, which combines all the benefits of the existing LC connector with a protective self-closing cap, preventing contamination and enhancing overall link security throughout the network.
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FTTH Conference visitors can discover more about HUBER+SUHNER’s range of solutions in Marseille from 14-16 February 2017 at Stand G2.
Visitors are also invited to Kurt Misteli’s Session 3 panel session, titled “Moving from FTTH to Fibre to Everything”, in Conference Room 3 on February 15 at 14:15.