Prysmian set to unveil Fibre to the Antenna solution at CommunicAsia
20 Jun 2012
Prysmian Group is going to launch its FTTA (Fibre to the Antenna) solution called xsMobile, which is the latest addition to its telecoms cable system portfolio at CommunicAsia 2012. With this new FTTA (Fibre to the Antenna) solution the company is addressing the fast growing mobile sector of the market.
Also, xsMobile solutions satiate the need of full optical fibre antenna network necessary to deliver 4G - LTE and finally LTE-Advanced services. The solution is fully compatible with existing optical fibre networks. xsMobile provides fast, simple plug and play FTTA installation giving the flexibility for modern mobile network demand.
The company claims that xsMobile offers a full fibre optic solution for FTTA, from a flexible, easily upgradeable backhaul network through to 'last mile' fibre to the Remote Radio Head (RRH) in the antenna tower. "xsMobile provides solutions for three antenna tower configurations - stand alone, roof top and distributed antenna systems (DAS) to deploy FEMTO cells," said Gert Hoefman, vice president of Telecom Solutions.
Prysmian Group's xsMobile features bend insensitive BendBrightXS optical fibre (ITU-T standard G.652.A2/B2) complemented by a suite of optical cable products (pre-terminated or field-spliced) and a full connectivity portfolio.