Sticklers has launched two new kits aimed at helping technicians who service fibre to the antenna (FTTA) and fibre to the home (FTTH) ensure that fibre is clean.
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NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT – MicroCare Corporation is pleased to announce that the UK’s Liam Taylor has joined MicroCare Europe bvba as European business manager for fibre optics. Taylor has extensive experience in industrial sales and the optical networking industry. His expertise will enable even faster sales growth at MicroCare Europe and the other MicroCare affiliates globally.
The global optical communications industry is currently experiencing a surge in demand for fibre to the premises (FTTP) in order to achieve the faster broadband speeds required for the evolving needs of the consumer, who is no longer content to wait before watching the latest episode of their favourite box set.
NEW BRITAIN, CT – MicroCare Corporation is pleased to announce Ms. Sheri Pear, of Meriden CT, has joined MicroCare as the company’s first marketing communications specialist. In this newly-created position, she will work with top management at the company — including manufacturing, R&D, advertising, product management, and sales — to deploy new marketing programs which will sustain and accelerate the rapid growth MicroCare has enjoyed over the past four years. Ms.
Cleaning specialist MicroCare Europe has expanded its Sticklers fibre cleaning portfolio with the introduction of three new tools and cleaners. The latest additions include a compact end-face cleaning tool; a lint-free wipe that cleans duplex connectors with one pass; and a new package size for the existing ‘Fiber Optic Splice & Connector Cleaning Fluid’.
MicroCare will introduce the Cassette CleanClicker fibre-optic connector cleaner at the BICSI Winter Conference and Exhibition 2017 in Tampa, Florida, on 22–26 January. This new cassette cleaner is designed to be economic alternative to more expensive, trigger-operated cassette cleaners.
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