R&M, the globally active developer and provider of cabling systems for high-quality network infrastructures, based in Wetzikon, Switzerland, is inviting FTTH specialists to a unique event, the FTTH Virtual Conference 2020. The event will provide the visitors with an unrivalled experience, sharing in-depth knowledge of FTTH and other end-to-end fiber-enabled technologies and solutions.
The virtual platform provides new features beyond just browsing the booth. R&M offers its visitors scheduled interactive meetings, product presentations and expert chats during the two days of the event – a new virtual experience for individual visitors or whole customer teams.
Andreas Rüsseler, CMO at R&M emphasizes, “High-capability connections are not only of crucial importance in these challenging times. They will be fundamental for the digital transition of our economies and societies. FTTH, providing reliable, future-oriented connectivity, is increasingly becoming a basic need. It is becoming as important as water and electricity.“
R&M is presenting a full bundle of exciting new products and solutions:
R&M’s multifunctional and highly modular family of fiber optic termination and distribution boxes for harsh environmental conditions.
R&M’s new optical distribution frame offering high-density connectivity and a versatile portfolio of modules, allowing flexible investments tailored to your specific network growth.
R&M’s future-proof and modular closure portfolio offers you maximum flexibility and state-of-the-art sealing technology.
Fiber optic cables
R&M’s large choice of modern fiber optic installation cables produced in Europe, complementing our end-to-end portfolio.
Thomas Ritz, Market Manager Public Networks at R&M, “With the launch of our versatile and innovative POLARIS-box family in all its variants, we are once again demonstrating that R&M understands global and regional customer needs in terms of FTTH applications. Our end-to-end portfolio now ranges from high-density central office solutions, indoor & outdoor FO cabling via different outside-plant solutions such as closures, street cabinets and POPs to customizable solutions for different customer premises. With this basis we can look forward to 5G applications – boosting even more the need for FO access as the backbone and front haul technology of increasingly converging fixed and mobile services.”