UTEL

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Robo-Cab

UTEL, an independent research and development company for telecommunications systems, has announced its new product, Robo-Cab, an innovative fully managed ADF system which Utel claims will revolutionise the future operation and management of FTTC.

UTEL is to unveil Robo-Cab at Broadband World Forum 2014, in Amsterdam. The system can fully automate the whole cabinet, including copper cross connect, VDSL splitter jumpering, copper line testing, VDSL DSLAM port testing and cross connect testing.

PRODUCT

PTO 4 customer termination unit

UTEL, an independent research and development company for telecommunications systems, has unveiled the new PTO 4 customer termination unit for the first time as part of ECOC 2014.

Once installed, the pre-connected unit can serve between one and four outlets and is factory terminated with cables up to the length of 60 metres, enabling service providers to carry out easier installations of quality Fibre-To-The-Home (FTTH) fittings. As a result, the time engineers spend at customer premises is minimised and the need for specialist tools, such as splicers, is eliminated. 

PRODUCT

G-PON fibre management system

UTEL, a research and development company for telecommunications systems, will showcase its G-PON fibre management system for the first time later this month at Broadband World Forum.
 
Visitors to the event in Amsterdam, from 22 to 24 October, will be able to see and interact with the system and test its capability by creating gaps in the network and having the management system identify the fault.
 

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