SFP Series forty-ninth Week News Abstract 12
Week News Abstract For SFP Series in 10GTEK
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Corning Cable Systems inks NBN fiber deal for multiple dwelling units
Corning Cable Systems Pty. Ltd., the Australian arm of Corning Inc.’s (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, says it will be a primary supplier of fiber-optic cable and hardware to NBN Co. for the Australian government’s National Broadband Network (NBN) for multiple-dwelling units (MDUs).The new deal is worth up to AUS $310 million over five years. Corning had already won a similar deal to supply fiber-optic cable and hardware for single-family units this past January. Corning will supply its bend-insensitive ClearCurve cable under the contract.NBN intends to pass 93 percent of Australian homes and businesses, or approximately 12 million premises, with an open access FTTH network. More than 30 percent of these will be MDUs, Corning estimates.Corning said upon winning the earlier contract that it will invest approximately AUS $25 million in its Clayton, Melbourne facility to meet demand. It did not announce further investment to handle this latest contract.
Ericsson to supply blown fiber for New Zealand UFB network
Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) has signed an agreement with Chorus, a telecommunications utility provider, to supply blown fiber-optic cable systems that will be part of the national program to deliver ultra-fast broadband services to New Zealanders.This deal advances the New Zealand government’s ambition to deliver a national Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) network to three-quarters of the population by 2019, so that New Zealanders can experience vastly improved speeds than they typically do today. Chorus has been selected as one of the infrastructure companies to build the fiber-optic network, which is expected to support wide ranging social and economic growth initiatives for New Zealand.Ericsson will supply components of its Ribbonet ABF system, which includes fiber cables, microduct, tools, and all related accessories."We are at the start of the fiber journey, and it is critical we make the right infrastructure choices that will set us up for a successful future," said Chris Dyhrberg, general manager for network build at Chorus. "The agreement with Ericsson reinforces our commitment to using quality products to build our new fiber network and to working with suppliers that we can be confident will support us in delivering our commitments. This agreement is a significant part of making sure we get our fiber network build right, at the outset."Alfred Ling, Head of Ericsson New Zealand, says this is a critical segment of one of the most important infrastructure projects yet undertaken in New Zealand. "Air-blown fiber is an extremely efficient system to install, allowing for incremental expansion without additional significant civil works. It cuts down deployment time when compared with traditional fiber installation methods."
Prysmian offers LT20 BBXS loose tube cable with bend-insensitive fiber
Prysmian Group, leveraging the assets it acquired from Draka, has unveiled the LT20 BBXS, a loose tube outside plant fiber cable that leverages BendBrightXS bend-insensitive fiber to offer up to a 19% reduction in diameter and up to 30% reduction in weight compared with more conventional approaches, Prsymian asserts.The LT20 BBXS, which pairs the bend-insensitive fiber with an extremely flexible buffer tube, offers several cost, performance, and ease of installation advantages, Prysmian asserts. They include:Using smaller, lighter reels during installation.Reducing duct size and achieving longer blowing distances.Installing additional cable in a duct that was previously considered full.Reducing loads on poles and strand wire.Allowing the use of smaller hand-holes, closures, and pedestals.In addition, a greater amount of cable can be spooled onto a conventional reel, improving installation efficiency and making it easier to transport and store large amounts of cable.The LT20 BBXS product line meets or exceeds such industry standards as GR20, RUS/RDUP PE90, ITU G.652.D, and ITU G.657.A2. It also is backwards compatible with existing singlemode fibers and loose tube cables."From an environmental and aesthetic standpoint, this product will drive the use of smaller outside plant accessories such as splice cases, pedestals, hand holes, and cabinets," states Greg Williams, director of marketing at the Prysmian Group."The LT20 BBXS design family brings the benefits of bend-insensitive fiber to the outside plant," said Jon Fitz, business solutions manager. "The cable, buffer tube, and fiber can all be installed and stored with significantly smaller bend radii. Full reels are easier to handle, and common operations, like figure-eight and coil storage, are easier to perform."
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