Engineering and Design.


FTTx (Fiber to the x) telecommunications technology is a generic term used to describe a wide range of broadband network architecture options using fiber optics that totally or partially replaces local loop and delivers broadband connections to homes, businesses and organizations all around the world.  

FTTx technology offers multiple advantages such as higher transmission quality and lower energy consumption. The FTTx network provides an infrastructure that all current communication modes can achieve wide capacity and consistent connectivity.


Telecommunication Towers means tall structures designed for transmitting or receiving radio, television, telegraph, or microwave signals.


HFC Services

Hybrid fiber coax (HFC) is the term that describes the service delivery architecture used by cable operators and multi-system operators (MSO). The architecture includes a combination of fiber optic cabling and coaxial cabling to distribute video, data and voice content.


Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that allows devices to interface with the Internet. It allows these devices–and many more–to exchange information with one another, creating a network.

Engineering and Design

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