ISE Webinar Clearfield, FDH Deployment FastPass

It is just a matter of time: How to maximize your FDH deployment savings using Clearfield’s FastPass™ approach

This webinar is for planners, designers and construction managers looking for a better way to get your fiber services to your customers in a faster and more cost-effective way. Explore the benefits of in cassette splicing and learn how to reduce the overall cost of deployments.

April 20 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm

Live webinar: Wednesday, April 20, 2022, 1:00 pm CT

Fiber networks are being deployed at near record numbers. What this means for network planners, design engineers and construction managers is that a method to aid in faster deployments with fewer people is now not just a luxury, but a necessity. Fiber distribution hub (FDH) cabinets play a significant role in almost any fiber network. FDH cabinets vary in size and type, however, one thing they all have in common is the need to provide a method to terminate both the feeder (F1) and the distribution (F2) fibers in an organized and protected manner.

Two of the most common methods are providing a FDH with a pre-terminated tail of a specified length and splicing that tail in a splice case mounted on the aerial strand or in the case of a buried deployment, placed in an underground vault, or providing a method to splice the feeder and distribution cables inside the FDH itself by terminating the fibers in small enclosures or cassettes. The second method is what is known as In cassette splicing (ICS).

In this online seminar we will explore the benefits of in cassette splicing and show how to reduce the overall cost of deployments by saving TIME in not only the construction portion of the network, but also the planning and engineering phases as well. This FastPass approach to fiber deployment can get you to the front of the line so that you can double your speed to revenue.

Eliminating the cost for vaults, splice cases and the associated planning and permitting requirements, Clearfield’s in cassette splicing can reduce the overall TIME and COST when compared to a more traditional approach.

We will take attendees through the steps to show just how easy it can be to design and deploy a fiber network while eliminating unneeded components while also reducing or eliminating the additional permitting that is required when placing vaults and splice chambers in the public right of way. 

For those planners, designers and construction managers looking for a better way to get your fiber services to your customers in a faster, and more cost-effective way, register today for Clearfield’s online seminar. It’s just a matter of time. Use Clearfield’s FastPass approach to get to the front of the line.

Live webinar: Wednesday, April 20, 2022, 1:00 pm CT

Scot Bohaychyk, Brand Market Manager, Clearfield
Scot Bohaychyk (Market Manager, Wireless) has over 40 years in the telecommunications industry. Scot’s background includes serving in The White House Communications Agency, providing communications infrastructure support. Scot’s private sector experience includes OSP field and engineering experience, as well as market development and sales work in the fields of blown and pushable fiber for long-haul fiber installation, both in the United States and overseas.

Michael Wood, Market Manager, Clearfield
National Market Manager for Clearfield’s Utility vertical, Michael Wood also manages the industry certification training program and advanced marketing work related to federal broadband funding programs. Michael began his career as Process Engineer, designing and manufacturing fiber optic cables for Anaconda-Ericsson. Later, he was Fiber Optic Product Manager at Belden (for fiber cable products in the Local Area Network market), Pirelli (for fiber cable products in the CATV market), Hubbell (for structured cabling systems) and Legrand (for the Ortronics network infrastructure solutions).

Before joining Clearfield, Michael was Global Product Manager at nVent’s (Hoffman and Schroff) Data Center & Networking Solutions initiative, developing and producing the direct-to-chip thermal management solutions for high-performance computing data centers. Michael holds a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Notre Dame and is a Certified Fiber Optic Technician (CFOT).

Clearfield is Enabling the Lifestyle that Better Broadband Provides by removing the barriers to rapid fiber deployments.

When it comes to distribution, consolidation, management and protection of fiber, nothing comes close to Clearfield’s stream-lined, practical approach. With labor lite technologies and products designed for scalable deployment, craft-friendly operation and unsurpassed performance, Clearfield’s innovates to reduces your pre-engineering and skilled labor requirements while delivering the lowest total cost of ownership.

Whether you’re delivering fiber to the business, home, or cell site, Clearfield has the flexibility to deploy the product platform for your entire range of applications. To learn more, visit  (NASDAQ: CLFD).

Live webinar: Wednesday, April 20, 2022, 1:00 pm CT
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