Consolidated Communications, Holdings, Inc., (CNSL), a leading broadband and business communications provider, announced the completion of a year-long project to expand and upgrade broadband to businesses and residents of Brooklin, Maine.
Optical fibers are getting smaller and smaller to the deployment challenges raised by the applications. As telecom operators also started looking for high fiber count cables in reduced diameters, optical fiber and cable manufacturers have been investing in research and development to realize smaller fibers and cables. Prysmian becomes the first company to release a portfolio of cables that make use of optical fibers having a diameter of 180µm (micrometers). These cables will be deployed for FTTx and 5G networks.
In an online Webinar organized by FTTH Council Europe, Principal Analyst of IDATE, Mr. Roland Montagne, presented the 2020 Fiber Market Panorama and updated the European FTTH and FTTB status up to 2019. The webinar was free for the registered users and was conducted on 23 April, 2020.
Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) has given green signal to the fiber optic project so that Mohave Electric Cooperative (MEC) can proceed with the deployment. MEC announced that they received the approval in a unanimous voting took place at ACC.