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5g Infrastructure

I am working with a company that is interested in knowing the current costing, rates, and generally acceptable pricing integrators propose to wireless carriers for build-outs. Expertise related to 5g is particularly desired. 1. Our interest is mainly pricing to carriers however large infrastructure contractors using sub-contractors is acceptable. What is your experience with either of these? 2. Our target market is u.S. And canada. Is your experience in these markets? 3. This project is well suited for someone with first hand knowledge proposing rfq/rfp’s to wireless carriers or with procurement experience of same. Do you have this experience? 4. What do these carriers most look for when awarding a bid (ex: experience, deployment speed, past relationship, certifications and insurance coverage, etc.)?

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    Kemal |Head of Analytics Services Sales for AT&

    I have first hand knowledge of preparing RFP response and costing for 5G deployment and integration...

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    Roy |Rf Engineer

    I have extensive experience in Wireless systems including RF propagation, site planning, zoning, sit...

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    New |

    I have over 25 years of hands-on telecom experience. I have worked with and for AT&T, Sprint, TMO, ...

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Sealing Solutions In Micro-trenching For Optical Fiber Cable

Description/need: to understand the different sealing solutions used in laying of fiber optics cable using micro-trenching technology. Number of experts: 4 geography: us and canada possible companies: at&t, verizon, centurylink, rogers, bell canada, corporate technology solutions, ppc, teraspan networks in, gca applied technologies, mpm construct, dufferin concrete expert job titles: project manager, engineering head, operations manager we are looking for expert having significant experience in purchase and contracting of laying of fiber optic cables through micro trenching technology who can give us an understanding of the overall market for micro trenching. Key questions: 1) which are the top application areas of micro-trenching within the optical fiber application space? 2) who are the top players engaged in procuring and laying optical fiber cables using micro trenching technology in us and canada? 3) what are the advantages of micro trenching over other methods of laying optical fiber cables? 4) in terms of optical route miles, what will be the market for optical fiber cable in us and canada? What share will be through micro trenching ? 5) what kind of sealing solutions are prevalent for micro trenching? What are some of the key challenges with the same?

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    Ray |Vice President, Legal, General Counsel a

    I really dont have any experience or expertise with regard to this subject ***** thanks for rea...

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    Roberto |Director of Sales

    Sorry I don't have time to engage at this time....

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    George A Van |Planning and Design Management Engineer

    USD 200 My background is on Construction and Engineering for Fiber planning, engineer and placement...

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Adoption Of Fttp In Mdus And Fttp On-demand

Scope: the main objective is to help understand the challenges and success factors which drive adoption of fttp in rented accommodation, particularly in multiple dwelling units (mdu), as well as the adoption of fttp on demand options in general. Target enterprises: usa: at&t(mandatory); uk: british telecom(preferred)/city fibre/4th utility/ glide uk focus geography: usa, united kingdom type of interview: telephonic interview duration: 60 minutes timeline: before 19th may 2021 number of experts:2 (one per company) expert job title: managers, senior managers, heads having experience and knowledge in strategy that has been utilized for driving mdu adoption of fttp especially in rented dwellings and fttp on-demand adoption. Eg: - mdu business development - account manager-mdu - national business sales manager-fiber -head of fttp business development -senior product marketing manager - senior sales executive - head of city marketing - senior business development manager screening questions(must qualify below mentioned criteria): 1. Have you (including your company) launched a particular fttp offer for mdu or customers renting accommodation general? 2. What was role in the said product category/ campaign with regards to mdu adoption? 3. Could you share snippets of your experience in driving adoption of broadband in mdus and other rented accommodation. Key pointers for the discussion: 1) any particular fttp offer launched for mdus or customers renting accommodation in general. 2) value proposition for renters and mdus 3) identification of households renting accommodation 4) sales strategy applied 5) channel partners 6) fttp on demand 7) marketing/sales strategy that worked best for the company 8) statistics on fttp adoption rate

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    Chuck |Chief Technology Officer

    I am a technology expert on deep-fiber access architectures. I can discuss use cases, requirements,...

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    Ray |Vice President, Legal, General Counsel a

    I really dont have the best experience or expertise for this consult but thanks for thinking of me. ...

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    David |President-COO-Managing Director-Biz Dev-

    I have a tremendous amount of very hands on experience in this area especially business development,...

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Matlab Code For Brillouin Scattering

I need a matlab code for brillouin spectrum in optical fibers...,this is for a research project,i am actually evaluating the gain profile of brillouin scattering with reference to temperature

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    Biplab |Electronics, Sensor Design, IoT & IoT Bi

    You can *****louin spectrum from *****s section....Getting a spectrum *****...

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    Clint |Research Physicist, Ph.D. Web-Developer

    Hi. I have actually done this experiment and compared to *****lts. I am interested in w...

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    Richard |Programmer

    I can help you. I am familiar with Brillouin ***** my days as a physics *****ent ...

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Telecom Providers - Business Expenses

Our firm requires experts who have who has direct experience managing capex budgets, ftes and implementations of both copper and fiber networks across rural, suburban and urban footprints. Preferably with a solid technical understanding, but also be able to communicate in lay terms and has experience in the ny-ct-nj market. This would be for a 1-hour paid phone consultation. To demonstrate your relevance in this space, please consider answering the questions below. 1. Briefly, can you share the level or extent of your experience in this space in relation to your previous/current role? 2. Would you be able to discuss each of the following topics in-depth? Kindly answer with yes/no or a few brief statements. 2a. Would you be able to discuss unit economics of projects (e.G., cost per drop/passing)? 2b. Are you familiar with roi/payback on fiber-to-the-home (ftth) initiatives as well as cpe? 2c. Would you be able to explain the technical differences between a light- and full-mvno structure, and how it works with the existing network **please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and are not seeking confidential information. ***referrals are highly appreciated

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    Sammy |CEO

    I was CFO of NYNEX New York area business unit, responsible for ***** capital budgets. At T...

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    Ray |Vice President, Legal, General Counsel a

    I have no experience in this area other than the legal/*****es ***** *****er...

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    Maher |Founder & CEO

    Having served in the capacity of CEO, COO and CTO for most major telecom wireless ***** the U...

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Fiber To The Home (ftth)

Building a ftth network need help marketing it. Marketing experts needed

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    Norbert |Partner

    Good Morning Neil, I definetly have the experience you are looking for: over the last 24 months, I ...

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    Shimon |Product Marketing and Network Architectu

    Hello Neil, I have been developing FTTH networks in the US and abroad for close to 10Y. My work has...

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    Saeed |VP Business development

    Hi Neil, I am interested in talking to you. My expertise is in Optical fiber with technical marketin...

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Passive Optical Networks (pon)

Hi   looking for information on the passive optical networks (pon) for the telecom networks.  key areas for information are :   -key coming up technologies -global and regional evolution of technologies in these networks. -virtualization of pon networks -types of suppliers and their capabilities. -disruptive technologies,  -alternative last mile technologies such as 5g.

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    Jeffrey |Consultant

    I used to work in the telecom space, for an IC (chip) supplier of network sync products, along with ...

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    James |President

    Have worked in FTTH and optical design and marketing. recently in disruptive technology like cloud t...

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    Anand |Managing Partner

    Can help for the same...

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Ftth With Rf Overlay

. one of my client is required a ftth solution. We are providing a fttx solution for a accommodation camp consist of 750 connections, in which, we offers tv(rf signal), internet, data services over 100% fiber optic network on a single mode single fiber . It is an accommodation camp located at the shore of atlantic ocean. Currently coax based catv network and wifi is there. Because of the atmosphere near the ocean, the instruments (outdoor splitters and amplifiers) are getting corrossion in shortterm. So we are proposed for fiber solution. Inputs available are as follows internet from router catv - rf signal from tvheadend. Output required is rf signal for tv(no setup box- direct connect to tv rf port) minimum 1 ethernet port for connecting computer in the room. Solution designed as follows. 64 port olt the catv headend rf output connected to optical 1550nm transmitter, an edfa amplifier with 16 output. Olt and edfa ports will be connected to the wdm multiplexer there are 64 counts sm fiber from the headend. I need complete solution

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    Biplab |Electronics, Sensor Design, IoT & IoT Bi

    We have a complete solution ready for FTTH deployment using SMF. It will be provided from an Indian ...

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    James |Consultant

    Hello: I am a New Jersey based FTTx consultant with experience in programs that you are looking for...

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    Shyamtanu |Domain Consultant, Architect

    This sounds interesting, what is the timeline for launch?...

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Optical Fiber Cable

We are looking for information on below questions: cable types: • what are drop cables? What is the difference between drop and indoor cables? • what is the difference between normal drop cables and hardened connectors? • in case of hardened connectors, why is the cost per foot not similar, ? Is it because the connector is of fixed cost plus cost for the length of the cables? • how does multi-mode with less fiber count compare to single mode with high fiber count in terms of application, pros and cons and cost? • what's the use of armored cables apart from making cables detectable? Are there toned outdoor cables with single metal wire for detecting purposes like in the case of drop cables? • what is the need of fibres to be detectable (armored/toned) if they're laid in building duct systems? Cable laying: • why do drop optical fiber cables come in standard lengths? • how are optical cables connected? Can connectors be put on the field or they have to put in the factory at predetermined points? • what are the cost and time factors involved in connecting them in factory and on field. If can be put on field, what's the importance of fnap? • can two drop cables with connectors be connected on field? • can hardened drop cables be connected to normal drop cables on field? • can higher fiber count cables be split into separate lower count fibers? Is that cost effective? Where can those splitted cables be used? Cable life: • how frequently do cables need to be replaced? Are their in regulatory standards on the frequency?

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    Jim |V.P. Business Development

    No thank you....

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    Michael |Data Center Engineer

    I can answer all the questions below. Drop cable = ***** for a outlet or connector to the ...

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    Saeed |VP Business development

    Yes i am interested...

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Fiber Conduit And Pole Capacity

We are looking to speak with multiple (a) telecom regulators, (b) fiber network engineers, and (c) fiber industry executives. We would particularly be interested in speaking with someone who knows the northern virginia market well. This would be for a 1-hour paid phone consult. Please respond with a few brief statements to the topics below. 1. Are you familiar with fiber conduit and pole capacity in the northern virginia region? Please elaborate. 2. Can you speak to the incentives/limitations for a new provider to enter into the northern virginia cross-connect market? Please elaborate.

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    Stephen |Vice President

    Quote Updated....

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    David |Communications Engineer

    I'm a *****neer with underground and aerial fiber optic cable plant design and constru...

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    Diane |Sales Director

    I understand our challenges as it ***** conduit and pole capacity but I don't have a fiber coun...

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Fiber Optic Sensors

I am looking for fiber optic sensors.

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    shawn |TELECOM NETWORK CONSULTANT PROGRAM MANAG

    What is the specific ***** of product) and technical *****ed to fit the cli...

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    Claudio |Product developer

    Dear Busi2JjG6R. What can we I do to help you about this optical fiber opportunity? Hope to hear...

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    Robert |systems engineering

    Suggest someone in the ***** *****d...

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Fiber Optical Cables

Hello all, i am looking for the information on industry best practices with respect to the procurement of fiber optical cables. Brief about the project: currently i am working for a telecommunication company who is looking to gain an understanding about the industry best practices with respect to the procurement of fiber optical cables. 1. What are the various types of fiber optical cables and which are highly used in telecom industry? 2. What is the average spend of large telecom companies on fiber optical cables? 3. What is the industry best practice with respect to engagement strategy of fiber optic cables - global vs. Regional vs. Local. - do large organizations engage with suppliers at global level or regional level or local level? What are the pros and cons of each model and which is the best model and why? 4. With how many supplier do large telecom companies work with? 5. Who are the top suppliers and what are their geographical and operational capabilities? What are the key parameters to choose a service provider? 6. What are the key trends with respect fiber optic cable manufacturers? 7. What are the opportunities of consolidation other telecom requirements with the fiber optical cable manufacturers?

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    Vishal |Solution Architect

    Hi, I am in telecom space for over two decades. I have been involved in very large fiber optic netwo...

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    Arturo |CEO , CTO

    hello Sir, I am available to discuss you inquiry. Regards Art Diaz ...

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Fiber to the x (FTTX) is a generic term for any network architecture that uses optical fiber to replace all or part of the usual copper local loop used for telecommunications. The four technologies, in order of an increasingly longer fiber loop are: * Fiber to the node / neighborhood (FTTN) / Fiber to the cabinet (FTTCab) * Fiber to the curb (FTTC) / Fibre to the kerb (FTTK)[1] * Fiber to the building (FTTB) * Fiber to the home (FTTH) In the actual deployments, the difference between FTTN and FTTC is quite subtle and is mostly that the latter is nearer the customer than the former. The broadly-defined term fiber to the premises (FTTP) is sometimes used to describe FTTH and/or FTTB.[2]

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