Row-Management was Pivotal for us in Timely Completion of Bharatnet Project in Gujarat

RoW-management is integral in the deployment of optical infrastructure and can have direct consequences in the implementation-timelines. After being entrusted with the responsibility of a Project Implementing Agency (PIA) in phase 2 of the BharatNet project for Saurashtra-region in Gujarat, Polycab Telecom went on to complete the assignment with an efficient RoW approval process in the core.

POLYCAB Telecom lays Digital Future in Bihar

BharatNet, with its ambitious aim to provide last-mile digital connectivity through the OFCs in more than 2.5 lakh Gram Panchayats (GPs) in India, has come a long way to facilitate Digital India-journey. Bihar, following the Public Sector-led model of BharatNet Phase-II, was divided into 3 Packages under the project. Polycab Telecom was awarded Bihar Package 3 (B3) to design and build the Digital Highway with Optical Fibres and maintain it for 6 years.

Preserving environment in OFC-laying is critical

Undeniably fibre-optics technology carries the promise of a flexible, scalable and full-service network platform, enabling the service-providers to transmit massive amounts of information at record-breaking speeds, with minimal interference. But laying of optical-fibre cables comprises processes and procedures which, when not strictly adhered to, could be a potential threat for the environment.

DWDM is the real evolutionary technology for passive network architecture

Today Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) is one of the most frequently applied fiber-optic transmission technologies to build core telecom networks. DWDM is an optical multiplexing system, wherein data-signals from varied sources are put together, with each signal being transmitted on a separate light wavelength. More than 80 separate wavelengths, each about 0.8 of a nanometre-wide, can share a single optical fiber.