With high-quality telecommunication network, and world-class IT and management professionals, India has become the preferred destinations for sourcing software and IT enabled services.
A person in a tier 2 city of India already consumes data and uses digital services similar to someone in the developed world.
Long haul networks carry huge loads of information between cities, through mountains, and from coast to coast, creating challenges to keep the signal clear and the loss minimal.
Finding the most appropriate fibers that combine the lowest dispersion and smallest dispersion slope is crucial for signals to travel over long distances with minimum need for costly dispersion compensation.
Rural Connectivity has the potential to bring enormous benefits to the telecom sector on its own and to the economy of India as ao the whole.
Telecoms connectivity will act as a catalyst to better education,; bring improved market access for their products; provide improved employment prospects andprospects and provide foe greater purchasing power in their hands.
Aas an example, connectivity sent quality grapes of Narayangaon, an obscure village in Maharashtra, to the shelves of Sainsbury in the UK in 1993. All this is because of the conversation of telecom from being an elitist’s tool to the common man’s support. Connectivity has become that vital tool in the hands of every discipline, health, medicine, agriculture, entertainment and technology. Connectivity has provided flow or transportation of information at speeds of light, which has changed the way we live, think and execute, while; yearning for more of the same with each passing second. One may live without food, but without connectivity everybody feels helpless.
THE EASE OF AIR JETTING
The use of HDPE conduit provides the flexibility of upgrading (adding additional fiber or replacing outdated cables) without the cost of digging. Fiber can be placed by air jetting it into the HDPE conduit or innerducts quickly and easily without the expense and disruption of construction using horizontal directional drilling, trenching, or saw cutting.
When using air jetting techniques to install fiber, the fiber utilizes the ‘viscous drag,’ which forces from high-speed air and are typically installed 3,000-6,000 feet in a single shot. By comparison, traditional pull tape installation allows for typical distances of 2,000 feet or less.