Companies partner to launch the FibreONE Program
Prysmian Group, Clearfield, Inc., Dura-Line, Oldcastle Infrastructure and Primex Technologies have teamed up to deliver a comprehensive high-speed broadband infrastructure solution to the rural areas of Canada. The group’s FibreONE program encompasses a full range of telecommunication solutions, leveraging each partner company’s strongest technology to deliver one best-in-class solution to customers.
This one-of-a-kind offering features industry-leading technologies from:
- Prysmian Group, the world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry and the largest manufacturer of cables in the world measured in revenues.
- Clearfield, Inc., the specialist in fiber management for service providers is accelerating cost-effective fiber fed deployments with the industry's most craft-friendly fiber optic management and pathway products.
- Dura-Line, the leading international manufacturer and distributor of communication and energy infrastructure products and systems including conduit, cable-in-conduit, pipe, and accessories.
- Oldcastle Infrastructure provides the largest product breadth of composite underground enclosures protecting essential infrastructure connections for communications and telecom markets.
- Primex which provides premium engineered plastic enclosures to leading copper, coax and fiber service providers, integrators and builders.
“Each of these partner companies prides itself on providing sustainable and scalable solutions – together, those attributes are maximized as critical components to broadband infrastructure designs and builds,” said Tim Emoff, Vice President Business Development/Partner, SOS Solutions, the Canadian-based manufacturers rep group supporting sales of FibreONE. “The companies behind FibreONE offer reputable and proven best-in-class technologies to deliver a comprehensive high-speed broadband infrastructure solution to the rural areas of Canada.”
According to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), Canadian rural and remote areas do not have services comparable in speed, capacity, quality or price to what is offered in urban centres. To help solve this problem, the CRTC has established a Universal Service Objective: To close the remote/rural and urban digital divide, all Canadians in urban, rural and remote areas must have access to voice and broadband Internet access services, on both fixed and mobile wireless networks and in order to meet this objective, existing infrastructure across Canada needs to be upgraded and new infrastructure needs to be built.
In 2020, Canada invested $7 billion to provide high-speed broadband access to 100 percent of Canadian citizens in all provinces and territories by 2030. Canadian provinces, territories and municipalities, as well as corporations and broadband infrastructure developers and operators are ready to effectively leverage these funds. The FibreONE program provides these stakeholders with a competitive end-to-end solution that is in full compliance and alignment with government initiatives.
To learn more about FibreONE, visit http://www.fibre-one.ca. ">www.fibre-one.ca.