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m2fx partners with Hevek for FTTH deployments in Iraq

m2fx, the inventors and producers of the patented Miniflex pushable fibre cables, have partnered with Hevek Company, expanding distribution of its products into Iraq for the first time.

Established for more than 20 years, Hevek Company focuses on supplying the highest quality fibre-optic products to telecoms providers in Iraq, helping transform the country’s telecommunications network and expanding the economy through high-speed fibre networks, including fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) deployments.

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m2fx partners with Innogulf Solutions in Oman and UAE

m2fx is expanding its business into Oman and the United Arab Emirates through a partnership with Innogulf Solutions. 

Innogulf will provide customers with m2fx’s full product range, including its Miniflex range of pushable fibre cables. Developed to resist the toughest conditions in direct sun and long-term temperatures of 80°C, the cables are proven to reduce installation costs and increase reliability.

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ADSS cable

m2fx has launched its All Dielectric Self Supporting (ADSS) cable. Designed to speed up the last mile of fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) deployments, ADSS’s ultra-lightweight, durable construction means it can use existing poles and fittings, without expensive and time consuming survey, planning and remedial civil works or the need for costly blowing equipment.

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Oleg Khaykin, CEO of Viavi Solutions, speaks candidly to Fibre Systems about how to compete in the challenging world of communications test and measurement

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Hao Dong describes how innovative optical fibres and cabling could provide substantial benefits for connecting data centres across a wide range of distances

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ECOC is the place to be to discover the latest technological and commercial innovations in optical components and networks. Here we highlight some of the exhibitors and events taking place in the exhibition hall.

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Optical networks are playing an increasingly important role in the distribution of precise timing signals and synchronisation with sub-microsecond accuracy. Michael Ritter explains