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Sterlite Tech unveils 5G, FTTH enabling network technologies

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Mumbai | Thursday, Jun 14 2018 IST
Sterlite Technologies, a global technology leader in web-scale digital networks, unveiled a bouquet of all new 5G-enabling fronthaul and Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) network technologies on June 13 at ANGA COM 2018.

The global debut of the Airblown Micro cable, Micro cable-4mm, Micro Bullet Series Cable and the Riser Cable highlights Sterlite Tech's continuous commitment to disruptive network designs, and innovativeresearch and development.

''As 5G-enabled services such as the Internet of Things, Virtual and Augmented Reality and UHD/4K TV begin to grow, telecom operators and ISPs are looking for a fast and cost-effective way to significantlyincrease their fibre counts and enrich their fronthaul and last-mile networks to support these services,'' said Dr Badri Gomatam, Chief Technology Officer, Sterlite Tech.

''This is no easy task as the density of homes in urban areas increases, the current fibre architecture must evolve and advance to the point of consumption with operators across North America and Europe looking forinnovative fibre cable solutions to maximise their existing fibre counts for global demands.''UNI JS SB 1441

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