“Fiber to the Home” – 9th Free Conference from Tratos

Cable manufacturer and supplier Tratos will be running a free conference on Fibre to the Home (FTTH) on 6th September at its main headquarters in Arezzo, Italy.

The full day conference, which has been organised in conjunction with Tyco Electronics, features a range of topics and guest speakers, including Andrew Oliviero of OFS examining the latest developments in bend-insensitive fibres for FTTx applications and Jan Vandenbroek of Tyco Electronics looking at where we are now with FTTH and what the future holds. Other guest speakers come from Open Access Telecom Italia, TiLAB Telecom Italia and TE Connectivity. The conference will be opened by Tratos Cavi President Albano Bragagni.

Tratos has exceptional knowledge and expertise in FTTH, offering its own range of FTTH optical cables especially designed for use inside buildings to connect individual properties. Optimised for brownfield construction networks, Tratos’ FTTH cables are highly flexible yet durable.

To book your place at the Tratos FTTH conference, please contact:
Roberta Rinaldelli
Email roberta.rinaldelli@tratos.it
Tel +39.0575.794306
Fax +39.0575.794246

For further information go to FTTH web page.

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