Telecommunication

Backbone network in overhead version

  • low total costs (materials and labor)
  • direct access to network infrastructure
  • simplified design
  • durable ADSS LTC cables adapted to the existing conditions
  • construction with the use of existing infrastructure
  • TE FOSC / FIST junction covers

Access network in overhead version

  • low total costs (materials and labor)
  • direct access to network infrastructure
  • simplified design
  • durable ADSS CTC and LTC cables adapted to the existing conditions
  • construction with the use of existing infrastructure
  • CP subscriber terminals
  • TE FOSC / FIST junction covers

The access network in version with DAC cables

  • reduction of material costs
  • lack of the protective sheaths for cables
  • quick installation
  • for P2P and PON networks
  • high strength cable
  • CP subscriber terminals
  • TE FOSC / FIST junction covers

The access network in version with microducts

  • reduction of the number of buttons and drillings
  • reducing the number of joint boxes and points of distribution
  • bundles based on thick microducts (ground fault)
  • bundles available in different configurations
  • freedom of branches to subscribers
  • low initial costs
  • easier elimination of defects
  • the possibility of long-term investment allocation
  • CP subscriber terminals

The backbone network in version with microducts

  • reduction of the number of buttons and drillings
  • reducing the number of joint boxes and points of distribution
  • available in different versions of the microducts bundles
  • the possibility to use the traditional sewage installation
  • low initial costs
  • easier elimination of defects
  • the possibility of long-term investment allocation
  • TE FOSC / FIST junction covers

Multi-family buildings

  • clear and easy installation
  • connection of another subscribers without the risk of damaging other cables low costs of connecting subscribers
  • dedicated MDIC cables (compatible with the Regulation of the Minister of Transport, Construction and Maritime Management dated on 6.11.2012)
  • small cable diameters
  • cables series of types of 2 do 12 fibres
  • fibre optic switches with copper / optic ports
  • CP subscriber terminals

Server room

  • SM and MM fibre optic cables
  • dedicated fibre optic cabinets
  • Fibre Guard ducts system
  • MDF distribution frames racks
  • layer 3 managed switches

Protecting of broadband networks

  • monitoring and the safety management from one operational position
  • using the visional monitoring of objects
  • applying access control and burglary detection
  • using the intercom communication