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REQUIREMENT FOR ULTRA-FAST BROADBAND The business and consumer requirement for ultrafast broadband continue to accelerate, this has been accentuated by the COVID-19 event and the increased bandwidth requirement for home working and schooling. This change in requirements has also highlighted the capacity failings in the network as it stands, particularly the poor performance of the copper elements, showing DSL technology is now obsolete. This has manifested itself in the reality that the content providers
Fast2Fibre Limited completed the EU Horizon 2020 Grant in April 2019 Upgrading legacy copper telecommunications cabling to ultrafast fibre-optic cable is currently a disruptive, expensive and time-consuming process. It often requires micro-trenching, (cutting narrow and shallow trenches into roads and other surfaces) that not only disturbs urban centres but is also restricted in many areas. The EU-funded Upstart project has developed a fast and simple solution for replacing copper cables with fibre-optic ones
AC2T - Austrian Excellence Center for Tribology AC2T visit Fast2Fibre workshop in Austria to start testing the fluids. The Austrian Center for Excellence in Tribology (AC2T) has started its scientific testing to ratify and confirm that the fluids used in the F2F copper core extraction method are the best they could possibly be for the variety of telecommunication and power cables that exist throughout the world. The portfolio of current
December 2018 saw Fast2Fibre deploy to St Maarten in the Dutch Antilles from their bases in the UK and Austria to conduct a trial for the Island communications network provider, TelEm. TelEm Head Office A series of powerful hurricanes have caused significant damage to the islands infrastructure and the Government is investing in a more reliable fibre network to replace the weather affected copper. Having tested the cable prior to arrival the extraction