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How to keep FTTx rollouts on track despite lack of skilled technicians
When it comes to FTTx rollouts, one of the biggest pain points appears to be the ongoing lack of skilled labour. At the same time, we’re seeing demand for a significant reduction in the time and cost involved in developing and deploying fibre networks which is affecting rollouts worldwide. New approaches are required to ensure the plans to connect hundreds of millions of new homes and businesses in the next five years can be successfully realised.
A look at current trends in FTTx
Which developments are currently playing a role in fibre technology and rollout?
ISO 45001 certification – why does it matter?
Between September 2020 and January 2021, three ISO 45001 audits were carried out at Nexans Interface telecom systems plant in Vrigne-aux-Bois, France. These audits looked at documentation, management processes, and finally a field evaluation. Only two minor deviations were identified, and, after corrective actions put in place, Nexans Interface became ISO 45001 certified. But what is ISO 45001 and why does it matter?
Taking micro-blown fibre cable to the next level
There are different ways you can install micro-fibre cables outdoors in tubes. The preferred option is by blowing. Blowing or jetting offers numerous advantages and is widely adopted by operators worldwide to deploy high speed bandwidth to consumers.
How to keep FTTx street cabinets safe and operational?
FTTx street cabinets lead a tough life. They are prone to damage from environmental and human nature. Their mission is to keep broadband services to end-users up and running. How can we keep these enclosures safe and access to its contents secure and monitored?
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