EMTELLE LAUNCHES INDOOR PRE-CONNECTORISED FIBRE MICRODUCT SYSTEM
The QWKconnect MDU from Emtelle is suitable for indoor use
Hawick, Scotland, February 12, 2018 – Emtelle, a leading provider of blown fibre and ducted network solutions for the telecoms industry, today launched a ground-breaking new product to meet new indoor fire regulations.
Based on the QWKconnect pre-connectorised fibre microduct system, the new QWKconnect MDU is manufactured out of Low Fire Hazard (LFH) material, meaning it is suitable for internal use, giving excellent performance in a fire scenario.
The QWKconnect MDU uses QWKlink Fibre from the Emtelle FibreFlow brand, but comes pre-installed in a LFH microduct, and has the added benefit of pre-installed fibre connectors on both ends, eliminating the need to splice or blow fibres for FTTX drop applications. The QWKconnect MDU fibres 1.1mm diameter reduces the cost and complexity of installation and works by simply plugging in once installed.
“QWKconnect MDU allows us to offer our customers the most-up-to-date technology in terms of both cost-efficiency and industry regulations,” said Scott Modha, International Business Development Manager at Emtelle. “Our popular QWKconnect is proven in the benefits it offers to our customers and now we can offer an extra dimension to this through the fully LFH, versatile QWKconnect MDU for internal use.”
The QWKconnect MDU can be installed from the basement, up the riser and connected to a simple termination box within the premise or apartment. The product also gives a future-proof, dedicated microduct pathway to each apartment to allow for future upgrades of the fibre.
“There is no other product on the market which provides such savings for an internal or ducted FTTH drop solution when quality needs to be high and installation needs to be cost-effective, simple and reliable. You simply ‘Fit and Forget,’” said Mark Graham, Technical Engineer at Emtelle. “We are looking forward to showcasing this product for the first time at the FTTH Conference.”
The QWKconnect MDU will be just one of the products to be showcased by Emtelle at the FTTH Conference 2018, which takes place from tomorrow in Valencia. Visitors to Emtelle’s stand G01 will also be invited to take part in a ‘Blown Fibre Race’ which will demonstrate FiSpy by FiComms, for which Emtelle has become the premier distributor in Europe. The Blown Fibre Race winner will be presented with a FiSpy on the final day of the conference.
Emtelle’s International Business Development Manager Scott Modha will also discuss how to improve the speed and efficiency of MDU installations for FTTH, even where fibre resources are limited, in the FTTH Conference Workshops on Tuesday, February 13 from 2pm to 5pm.
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Emtelle, with its Headquarters in Hawick, Scotland, is a global leader in the manufacturing of blown fibre and ducted solutions since its inception in 1980. Over the 35 years it has been operating, Emtelle has assisted all the key players with FTTH roll-outs worldwide. Its emphasis is on listening to customer requirements, and designing innovative and unique products to meet the needs of customer projects. At the same time, it focuses on creating best value, reducing total project costs and minimizing installation time and disruption. Emtelle’s recent investment of more than €30 million in its European factory plants underpins this commitment.
Emtelle’s global market coverage, including operations in the UK, Scandinavia and now Germany as well as sales offices in The Netherlands, Eastern Europe, Australia and Malaysia, allows it to serve more than 50 markets worldwide. Emtelle also has dedicated staff across the globe to provide field support to any customers regardless of location.
Emtelle’s sales and technical teams work together globally to provide the highest standard of excellence throughout all its activities, including in customer service, and to maintain industry leadership in fibre and ducted networks by using the company’s production capacity to develop and perfect the best possible solutions.
For more information about Emtelle, please go to http://www.emtelle.com/.