Independent Telcos are frequently providing broadband services in small towns and rural communities by building and operating fiber optic networks. The business environment for these developments is favorable due to governmental approval and financial support.
With distances between homes much larger than in a residential neighborhood, and distances from the road to the customer premise also large, a fiber optic network is a compelling technical choice for the installer. Of course, the operator will not want to install drop cables before the customer selects the service. A cabling system that minimizes installation cost and maximizes flexibility is the solution to these problems.
The Hexatronic Micronet and Ribbonet® Air-Blown Fiber Cabling System, meet these challenges with a family of micro-ducts and, cables fibers, cabinets, tools, and accessories. They offer advantages of unmatched speed of installation, flexibility, and network quality and reliability. Using the air-blown technology, fibers are only installed when needed, eliminating deployment and provisioning uncertainties at the time of installation. In short, the Hexatronic fiber optic cabling system meets the requirements of rural communications networks with advanced technology and smart products at the right price.