We recently attended to a site for an emergency fibre repair call out for suspected backbone fibre damage. Scaffold poles had been driven into the ground to provide lighting for a well known Oxfordshire annual music festival on a country estate. The organisers crew were uncertain which pole had caused the damage and had worked from sire plans with duct
A recently terminated OM3 fibre optic patch panel. This install consisted of 6 OM3 8core fibres being installed in new cabinets around a site. It is the backbone of the network, linking all the comms cabinets back to the main comms room.
With an ever increasing number of network installs involving fibre optics and fibre optic testing there is an important difference between Tier 1 and Tier 2 fibre optic testing to be considered. With all testing standard certificates being done at tier 1 below will help outline the difference between the two standards and why you might ask for this type of
We were called out to an emergency fibre optic repair. A number of building’s fibre links had been disconnected. After some testing and some investigating, a damage section was located on a 48 core OS2 backbone fibre. A solution was agreed and arranged to be done out of hours on a Saturday to reduce further down time on the network.