Planning and building future proof networks to rural, cities, businesses and schools
Fibre has gained acceptance as the future of all telecommunications networks. Many
homes are still connected with aging, low performance copper telephone cable that
cannot support connection speeds for broadband access. The costs of maintaining these
old copper cable networks is extremely high and increasing.
Telecommunications companies, cities, utilities and commercial service providers
are realising the best choice for upgrading the subscriber connection is fibre to
the premises or home (FTTP, FTTH, or FTTx) although fibre to the curb (FTTC) or fibre
to wireless (FTTW) may be used where appropriate.
The possibility of delivering new services (the triple-play of phone, Internet and
video) and low priced components for with new network architectures make FTTx financially
attractive for the first time.
By synchronisation's of planning using PDH upgrades to SDH, DWDM, CWDM, wireless
and microwave technologies infrastructure is planned and designed to exploit the
latest technologies whilst driving a cost effective service delivery to exceed customer
Plancast work on fibre to the home projects across the Middle East and Europe including
businesses and Multi Dwelling Unit design and implementation.