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High Capacity Fiber

Deploy your fiber network in a cost-effective way

Building FTTx networks is a big undertaking, requiring significant investment in time and resources. Meanwhile, service providers are under increasing pressure to accelerate their time to market and reduce their installation costs.

For a fiber network of any size or architecture, CommScope has solutions that offer:

  • Unmatched ease of installation, allowing for minimal technician training
  • Rapid deployment and operational efficiency
  • Superior mechanical and optical performance, even in the harshest environment

From the central office through the outside plant to the home, business, or cell site; from the optical distribution frame through the closure, terminal, hub or cabinet, to the wall outlet or the fiber cable, CommScope helps you build high-performing networks quickly and cost-effectively.

Let us put our expertise to work for you. With decades of experience and field-proven products, CommScope will help you get the job done right.

 

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White Paper: Fiber-indexing: a cost-optimized approach to FTTH networks

Fiber indexing is a new approach to FTTH network rollouts that simplifies the FTTH network architecture and speeds up fiber deployment.
Publish Date: March 9, 2016
Region: Global

White Paper: FTTH Solutions for Multi-dwelling Units

CommScope offers an extensive and comprehensive range of infrastructure products for fiber optic networks that allow you to meet all the requirements of an FTTH network – from the exchange through to the MDU area.
Publish Date: January 5, 2016
Region: EMEA

White Paper: FTTH architecture overview

This paper describes centralized and cascaded FTTH architectures based on splitter placement in a PON network.
Publish Date: November 29, 2015
Region: Global

White Paper: Increasing data traffic requires full spectral window usage in optical single-mode fiber cables.

An open spectral transmission window from 1260nm to 1625nm for data transmission and up to 1650nm for network monitoring is necessary in optical fiber cables to cope with data traffic growth.
Publish Date: October 29, 2015
Region: Global