Urban Node and Network

Network connecting major nodes within a city

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Urban Node Number 2

Optical Distribution Frame (ODF):
Pre-connectorized solution with optimized modularity to suit a variety of network configurations. Includes all types of subracks for patching, splicing, over-length coiling function.
Integrated modular distribution frame

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Universal Subracks POB (1U) for lowdensity areas and villages:
Small-capacity swiveling subracks (12 connectors) for cable clamping, fiber splicing, cross-connecting and housing, pigtails and patch cords. Exists in 19”, 23” and ETSI format. Compatible with Opteastar concept.
User-friendly

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Universal Subracks MEB (3U) combined with MOS storage module for high-density areas:
High-capacity swiveling subracks (72 connectors) for cable clamping, fiber splicing,cross-connecting and housing,pigtails and patchcords (MOS). Exists in 19”, 23” and ETSI format. Compatible with Opteastar concept.
High-density and user-friendly

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High-density Optical Distribution Frame N3S:
Complete and optimized solution for cross-connections; high-density ODF with pre-connectorized subracks (capacity up to 1,536 fibers per rack with SC-connectors), jointing rack (capacity up to 7,680 fibers/rack), cable ladder and a system for handling harnesses and cables.
High-density, high-capacity, excellent reliability, and user-friendly

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Urban Network

Underground installation

B-Lite MB fiber-optic micro cables:
For optimized blowingability in micro-ducts, up to 96 fibers. Cable construction with aramid yarns as well as HDPE waterproof and low-friction jacket for outdoor FTTx application. Multi-bundle with microsheath for mid-span access.
High flexibility and velocity for sinuous path

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Tunnel cables:
Security cable for fiber deployment in underground stations and tunnels. Multi-bundle with micro-sheath for mid-span access.
Fire performance in critical environments

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Ribbon cables:
Ribbon slotted-core cables with 4 or 8 fiber ribbons. The cables incorporate from 24 to 384 fibers and are intended to be installed underground in ducts. Fiber count ranges widely depending on location of active equipment.
High fiber density, excellent mechanical properties with costand time-saving splicing using ribbon technology

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Hybrid cables:
High pair-count (400 to 1,000 pairs) copper telecom cables fitted with empty tubes (12/9 and 10/8 mm) for blowing of fiberoptic micro cables.
To anticipate FTTx deployment at lower CAPEX based on optimum use of already deployed copper infrastructure

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Loose tube cables:
Loose tube cables can incorporate from 24 to 288 fibers and are intended to be installed underground in ducts. Fiber count ranges widely dependant on location of active equipment.
Traditional cable design

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Aerial installation

Aerial cables:
All-dielectric selfsupporting cables based on circular and figure-8 designs. Main cables for aerial deployment of 48 to 216 fibers for span length up to 70 m.
Capable of withstanding stress, high winds and harsh environments

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