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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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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

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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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Optical Ground Wire

We are currently working in opgw installation. Do you have consultancy in opgw?

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    Vladimir |CTO

    hi! I'm waiting for your questions. Regards, Vladimir...

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    Wal |Consultant

    Optical "ground wire" as in buried? If so, are you blowing into ducts or going for direct burial? P...

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    Randall |Systems Engineer

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Fiber Optic Cables Laying And Maintenance

Hello! we are a global market research firm and are seeking experts who can assist us identify key trends and practices in the laying and maintenance of “fiber optic cables” in the us. List of requirements are given below: leading vendors (scope - us) • key suppliers involved in “fiber optic cable” laying and maintenance o construction companies o subcontractors • experience (if possible in fiber optic laying) • industries served & types of construction projects • innovations & trends in fiber operations and laying process /new methods of construction (prefabricated, modular etc.) /technology etc. Pricing models (scope - us) • engagement models/pricing models, contract structures & payment terms while engaging with construction companies during fiber optic cable laying • cost structures & key drivers • pricing for installation, deployment & maintenance – standard rates for fiber optic cables per meter • hypothesis – o is it possible to engage directly with sub-contractors? O “prices of smaller sub-contractors are higher than larger players” industry trends & practices (scope - us) • what are telecommunication companies doing in terms of pricing model and engagement model? • best practices from other industries that can be incorporated in the telecom industry? • negotiation levers while engaging with construction companies for fiber laying process we would like to engage via phone consult with experts knowledgeable about fiber optic cable laying/construction industry. Ideal candidates should have deep knowledge of industry trends and practices, key suppliers, pricing models, contract structures, best practices etc. We are looking for a phone consult for a time period of 1-2 hours to discuss all points mentioned above. Kindly drop in a note with your cv/relevant experience in the “fiber optic cable laying/construction” industry, if you are interested to proceed. Best regards, thomas

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    Randall |Systems Engineer

    I have 30 years experience in engineering and installing fiber cable. I have engineered and installe...

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    George |V.P. Engineering & Planning

    I am experienced in Subsea Cable Networks and Systems from concept to project management to maintena...

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    Md. Zubaid |Transmission Senior Engineer

    This role very close to my present job role & this post is better than from my present job & great o...

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Optical Engineering

We at skyfiber, inc. Are looking for an optical engineer/physicist with fiber-optic & free-space experience in the telecommunications sector. This is a posting for an r&d position in the bryan/college station, tx area, the home of the texas aggies! the work is interesting, challenging, rewarding, and unique. Please contact us at skyfiber for a better description of the duties involved or to submit a resume.

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    Chris |Director of Site Development

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Optical Transceivers Procurement

Looking for experts who can provide inputs over procurement of third party optical transceivers for large enterprises. We would like to know some key subjective questions/analysis: - use cases and analysis of procuring 3rd party optical transceivers as compared to oems. - benefits and challenges of using 3rd party optical transceivers in place of vendor supplied optics - tco analysis - oems vs third party - key negotiation pointers for third party procurement - "high buyer power" - risk/legal issues prevailing in the third party procurement request you to reply back if you have expertise and can help in providing insights.

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    Donglin |Principle Analyst

    I have worked on optical transceivers for mobile network front haul back haul development and data c...

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    Aria |Neurosurgery Resident

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    Rawas |Strategic Sourcing Manager

    I have been procuring SFPs for various Telecom projects. Hence aware of trancievers procurement....

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Optical Science

We are in need of a phd-level optical expert. (preferably an individual with a phd in physics with optical specialty.) this 3-6 month engagement can be done remotely from any location.

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    Elena |Optical Engineer/Designer/Scientist

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    Matthew |Zintro Expert

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    Jonas |Senior Scientist

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Optical Coatings

We are looking for a vendor to design and make a custom interference coating. This will take the output from a xe arc lamp and convert it into the mean solar flux. A transmission curve is available for an interested bidder. We expect to place orders of a few hundred, after prototypes are verified. Please let me know if you are able to bid this job. Donald c. Dilworth president, optical systems design, inc.

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    John |Lead Electro-Optical engineer

    Sorry I would not be able to help you. Thank you, John Sugrim, Pe...

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    James |Chief Scientist

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    IARI |Owner of Optotesys

    Dear Sirs, I cannot accept the Inquiry about Optical ***** that particular request is out of m...

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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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Electro Optical Systems

Our client would like to speak with engineers or designers to understand the market characteristics of the precision optics industry. Specifically, the needs from precision optical components, growth areas, future digitization and its processes, stages of free form optics, supply vs. Demand in the market, and innovation trends. This is a 60-min paid web interview for $200. If you are open to participating, please provide a brief answer to the question below: 1. Do you handle the design, prototype or manufacturing process of electro optical systems? 2. Are you familiar with the requirements and needs your company and\or other companies have from precise optical components? 3. Are you familiar with several precise optical components suppliers? Please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and are not seeking confidential information. For every successful referral (client interviews referral) on this project, a $150 bonus is paid to the referrer

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    Muhammad |Senior Electrical Design Engineer (Elect

    Do you handle the design, prototype or manufacturing process of electro optical systems? Yes, I have...

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    FRED |President

    I was Chief Engineer at Quantum Sensing, a manufacturer of LED and Photosensor products; a Consulta...

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

    I was immersed in electro optical components and assemblies of many types during my time in the semi...

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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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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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