Telecom Infrastructure

  • Fiber to the x (FTTX)

    Fiber to the x (FTTX) is a generic term for any broadband network architecture using optical fiber to provide all or part of the local loop used for last mile telecommunications. As fiber optic cables are able to carry much more data than copper cables, especially over long distances, copper telephone networks built in the 20th century are being replaced by fiber.

    FTTX is a generalization for several configurations of fibre deployment, arranged into two groups: FTTP/FTTH/FTTB (Fiber laid all the way to the premises/home/building) and FTTC/N (fiber laid to the cabinet/node, with copper wires completing the connection).

    Fiber to the X (FTTX) comprises the many variants of fiber optic access infrastructure. These include fiber to the home (FTTH), fiber to the premise (FTTP), fiber to the building (FTTB), fiber to the node (FTTN), and fiber to the curb or cabinet (FTTC).

  • In Building Solutions

    We offers end-to-end Turnkey IBS services for underground metro stations, tunnel coverage, hotels, malls, government offices, airports etc. for extension of mobile services to areas where coverage is not uniform and is affected by dark spots.

    Customers expect global coverage at all times and places. However, for a Telecom operator, providing 100% saturated coverage is neither technically feasible nor commercially viable, resulting in “dark spots”. Dark spots are areas where mobile signals from external towers are unable to reach, such as inside buildings, basements, lift wells, under-ground/metro tunnels etc. Another situation that arises is a condition when usage is too high to provide network access to all the users.