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Teleste will exhibit its advanced network services at FTTH Council European Conference 2018 together with Flomatik Network Services, a recognized leader in FTTX network services in the UK. The companies will bring forward a smart solution for network design that combines experience and expertise in network planning with the certainty, assurance and efficiency of the latest automation technologies.
This practical, hands-on approach is used to help communication service providers (CSPs) in determining their own FttX strategy, from cost modelling to full implementation management.
At the FTTH Conference 2018, the companies will be demonstrating how an integrated, automated software toolchain provides faster, more informed, and higher quality planning. Flomatik employs automation to deliver over 500,000 homes of FttX and over 1 million metres of trunk and backhaul design per-year, for numerous Tier 1 and Tier 2 operators.
Powered by integrated automation, network planning and design can help CSPs to:
Get the advantage of the innovative toolchain and our specialist expertise and visit Teleste and Flomatik at stand S30 in Valencia at the FTTH Council European Conference. The exhibition will take place 14-15 February 2018. For more information about our presence at the show, please visit www.teleste.com/ftth2018.
With 3,000 participants from 94 countries, the FTTH Conference is the largest FTTH event in the world. More information about the exhibition is available here.
Ben Allwright, CEO
Flomatik Network Services MD, Ben Allwright, recently spoke about lowering the cost of building new networks using PIA at the Sorrento Networks quarterly UK Fibre Optic Connectivity Forum (UKFOCF) in London. With several DCMS initiatives now underway to support full-fibre rollouts, the forum provided an excellent platform to share project updates, as well as to discuss the many challenges and opportunities presented by the various deployment approaches.
Ben Allwright, CEO
Our PIA (Physical Infrastructure Access) team continues to grow – two more of our team have passed accreditation to assess Openreach’s network for PIA surveys.
Bryan Hughes, Flomatik Planning Supervisor, along with the Flomatik Field Engineer completed the training course. They now hold the A8 (Pole climbing) A9 (Testing of Underground Plant) and module S7 (Installation of Duct and Cable) qualifications.
Responding to the demand for clients requiring PIA surveys, Flomatik continue to train engineers for accreditation, delivering the consistent quality in PIA surveys that Flomatik are so well known for.
Paul Upshall, Head of Business Operations
5G mobile networks, capable of delivering 10 Gbps+ data services are coming, but are the UK’s Mobile Network Operators’ plans being thwarted by a changing regulatory landscape?
Wendy Santarossa, Business Development
Congratulations to Matt Harrison (pictured front) and fellow team member, Stewart Pert (2nd from right), for completing the Maggie Harrison 220-mile, 2-day memorial cycle ride from Sunderland to Brereton.
Thanks to generous donations, Matt smashed his £2000 target and raised a whopping £6,117.92! All funds go to Macmillan Cancer Support in honour of Matt’s mother’s passing 20 years ago. Matt organised the ride to raise money for Macmillan to give something back to those who selflessly helped his mother, and his family through some extremely tough years.
On completing the 2 day ride Matt said: “A belated update to let everyone know that we did it! We made it across the finish line around 6pm Sunday 1st October and were welcomed by several of my old school mates and mom’s old neighbours who’d laid on a bit of a welcome committee and food and drinks…a very welcome sight for us after 220-odd miles!
Thank you to everyone, of you that donated, large or small, your hard earned money to support this little ride for such a worthwhile cause. Your support throughout really made the difference and kept us all going over the weekend!”
Watch the video of the ride route here.
Ben Allwright, CEO