Emtelle Enhances Portfolio with New Solutions Team

The new team will drive solutions from concept to market to meet growing operator demand for ever-more simple and cost-effective installations Hawick, Scotland, January 17, 2019 – Emtelle, a leading provider of blown fibre, cabling and ducted solutions for the FTTX industry, today announced it has created a dedicated solutions team in response to rising global demand for customer-based solutions and increased product commoditisation. Focusing on developing new products and solutions that can be brought to market, the new team will grow Emtelle’s portfolio, building on the significant benefits Emtelle’s…

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Nexans & Emtelle Join Forces to Supply Optical Fibre Solutions for Swedish Government Rail Projects

• Trafikverket, the Swedish Government’s Transport Administration, has awarded Nexans with a contract to supply optical fibre cable solutions as Sweden upgrades optical fibre systems of the rail network. • In the framework of the project, Emtelle will supply microducts and microduct bundles. Paris La Défense, France and Hawick, Scotland, December 11, 2018 – Nexans, a global leader in advanced cabling and connectivity solutions, has been awarded a 65-million-euro contract for the supply of optical fibre solutions by the Swedish government’s Transport Administration, Trafikverket. Nexans cabling solutions allied with microducts…

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Emtelle Introduces ‘Game-Changing’ 24 Fibre Bundle to Double Operators’ Capacity

Solution launched at Broadband World Forum 2018 halves blowing costs per fibre for FTTx deployments with rapid installation Berlin, Germany, 23 October 2018 – Emtelle, a leading provider of blown fibre and ducted network solutions for the telecoms industry, today launched its 24 fibre bundle solution at Broadband World Forum, presenting significant cost savings and operational benefits for telecom operators. The new 24 fibre bundle solution forms part of Emtelle’s FibreFlow microduct system and has been launched in response to the growing pressure on operators to provide greater capacity over…

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Emtelle introduces FS:Detect, the latest enhancement of its FiSpy microduct connection system

Building on FiSpy’s growing reputation, FS:Detect enables operators and their network construction partners to quickly identify the exact location of faults or failed fibre installation. Hawick, Scotland, June 11, 2018 – Emtelle, a leading provider of blown fibre and ducted network solutions for the telecoms industry, has added FS:Detect to its product range to create an innovative integrated kit designed to pinpoint damage and deliver error-free microduct selection in fibre networks, significantly reducing costly repairs and installation time. Developed by New Zealand-based FiComms, the FiSpy kit consists of two complementary…

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Emtelle completes data centre portfolio with launch of new end-to-end solution

PowerProtect+ and Opticom provide optimum protection for data centres where they need it most Hawick, Scotland and London, UK, March 21, 2018 – Emtelle, a leading provider of blown fibre and ducted network solutions for the telecoms industry, today announced a new addition to its PowerProtect+ range, completing its data centre portfolio and further reducing the risk of costly damage to areas where cables transition from an external to internal network. Opticom – which was recently chosen as the new standard duct between manholes and the intake areas of a…

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Emtelle launches indoor pre-connectorised fibre microduct system

Low Fire Hazard QWKconnect MDU pre-connectorised fibre microduct system for internal use will be premiered at FTTH Conference 2018 Hawick, Scotland, February 12, 2018 – Emtelle, a leading provider of blown fibre and ducted network solutions for the telecoms industry, today launched a ground-breaking new product to meet new indoor fire regulations. Based on the QWKconnect pre-connectorised fibre microduct system, the new QWKconnect MDU is manufactured out of Low Fire Hazard (LFH) material, meaning it is suitable for internal use, giving excellent performance in a fire scenario. The QWKconnect MDU…

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Emtelle chosen as premier European supplier of FiSpy

Smart micro duct fault detector will revolutionise the telco market, saving operators time and money Hawick, Scotland, January 29, 2018 – The European distribution rights of FiSpy – an innovative new product which uses smart technology to detect micro duct faults – have been awarded to Emtelle, a leading provider of blown fibre and ducted network solutions for the telecoms industry. FiSpy, developed by New Zealand-based FiComms, uses a patented process to identify a micro duct or micro ducts within a multi duct environment. This removes the risk of incorrect…

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High speed internet is becoming the fourth utility, but de-skilling is critical if U.S. targets to be reached with minimum disruption, says Emtelle

Louisville, KY. 03 October 2017: De-skilling of installation staff throughout the US is absolutely critical if targets for mass deployment of optical fiber are to be achieved without unacceptable disruption in towns and cities as street-works are carried out. This was the warning given on today’s opening day of ICUEE in Louisville, Kentucky by Emtelle, a leading provider of blown fiber and ducted network solutions for the telecoms industry. “The continuous proliferation in new uses in our Internet Everywhere – Mobile Everything world is putting an ever-increasing strain on our…

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e-Skilling Critical If Europe Is To Hit Fibre Installation Targets, Says Emtelle

Gothenburg, Sweden. 18 September 2017: De-skilling of installation staff throughout Europe is absolutely critical if mass deployment of optical fibre is to be achieved as part of the European Union targets for 2020. This was the warning given at today’s opening day of ECOC from the region’s major provider of blown fibre and ducted network solutions for the telecoms industry, Emtelle. “If Europe is to achieve its goal of a Digital Single Market by 2020, then we need to make installation of new fibre optic networks as pain-free as possible,”…

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