Value of Micro Cabling System vs. Traditional Fiber Optic Cabling Systems for Access Networks

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This white paper details significant value in cost, deployment speed, and system flexibility when utilizing micro cabling systems vs. traditional fiber optic cabling systems.

Blown fiber cabling techniques were specifically developed to provide the lowest Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and the highest level of network futureproofing for branched networks such as FTTH. Recently, this technology has gained more interest in other applications, such as long haul, datacenters and 5G since the cost benefits are substantial for almost all applications. Plus, micro cabling systems have a substantially lower carbon footprint than legacy technology.

Download now to explore blown fiber micro cabling technology:

  • Reduce total cost of ownership
  • Increase deployment speed
  • Maximize system flexibility and scalability


Authors:

Peter Lo Curzio, HexatronicPeter Lo Curzio, Product Manager, Fiber Access Network Systems & FTTH
Hexatronic Cables & Interconnect Systems AB
As a pioneer in the field of fiber optic access networks, Peter Lo Curzio has worked in virtually all areas related to fiber access products and solutions, including one of the world’s first commercially available network systems for FTTH based on air blown fibers.

Anders Bjork, HexatronicAnders Björk, Senior Solution Manager
Hexatronic North America

With over 30 years’ experience focusing on optical fiber and cabling systems technology, Anders Björk’s career includes management roles in product development and business development. He has also constructed several fiber optic cable manufacturing plants globally and has served as plant manager.


Hexatronic logoHexatronic Cables & Interconnect Systems develops, manufactures, markets and provides solutions within the fiber optic cable infrastructure for telecom companies, including the manufacture of fiber optic cable, duct, copper cable and network accessories.

 

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