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.

Future Networks are going to be stronger and more efficient

Today data has turned into a staple item of everyday consumption for all of us. Requirement for fixed-line broadband connectivity and the need to have robust infrastructure in place to support it has risen all across urban and rural areas. Moreover, the COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the digital needs of people world-over, accelerating disruptions for more efficient networks, that can easily become vehicles for numerous customer-centric services.

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.

Our digital maturity hinges on seamless connectivity

For people all over the world, internet-use has become conspicuously inescapable for normal routines of life. The development and diffusion of digital technologies has had a positive impact on every layer of our societies. Digital efficiency touches our lives at multiple points throughout the day, in many obvious and unobvious ways. We’ve unprecedented access to data now, which enables us to make more informed and better decisions.

Armoured fiber cables ideal for network deployment in extreme environments

Fiber Patch Cables are a known commodity in the world of network-deployment. Laying them in harsh environment or for industrial purposes was always fraught with the dangers of animal-bite, moisture, crush, corrosion and other damages. But Armoured Fiber Cables have emerged as sturdier cables, which are manufactured in a way that keeps the cables protected from crush, pressure, moisture and rodent-problems. The word ‘Armoured’ itself in the name reflects the type and purpose of these cables.

Pons have potential to create broadband connectivity in remote areas

A continuous increase in the demand for broadband-services with the simultaneous rise in traffic in internet-space haskept the evolutions coming thick and fast in different architectural arrangements of networks. Services on the digital platforms have catapulted to the next level suddenly and optical fiber seems to be the most advanced transmission-medium to truly support these advanced services.