R&M says it can house as many as 1728 splice connections, and that up to 120 conduits with fiber optic cables can be drawn into the distribution cabinet.
These conduits are fixed in place with a single click in a newly developed strain relief device.
“Few people realise just how much the technological advancement in the MENA is depended on fiber optic cabling,” said Shibu Vahid, Head of Technical Operations, R&M Middle East, Turkey & Africa. “High speed broadband internet, 4G LTE mobile networks and video surveillance and security are just a few examples of applications that require fiber deployments. As the need for these services explodes, telcos in the region are rapidly expanding their fiber networks. This means an unprecedented growth in the number of fiber connections and consequently, the need to better deploy and manage all these cables,”
The street cabinet in four different sizes. Specific adaptations and individually pre-terminated SCM modules can be provided to accommodate special applications, proprietary standards and national specifications.
It also features a minimum bending radius of 40 millimeters.
“With the new HD SCM, we have delivered industry highest packing density with the simplicity of installation that is a key feature of our innovative solutions. This enables network operators to quickly and efficiently deploy this product for highly scalable Fiber to the Home (FTTH) solutions. As fiber optic roll outs across the region grow in size and complexity, we will continue to bring solutions to market that meet and exceed market requirements,” Vahid added.