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Optical Interconnect Kits

Due to increasing data demands, there's a dire need to create new fibre deep networks and data centres, which would encourage faster 5G and FTTH adoption. As such, it's important to consider a wide range of optical interconnect devices with bespoke designs suitable for several applications. A wide product range, with solutions like patch cords, fibre termination boxes, joint closures and fibre management systems, ensures compatibility across network bandwidths and categories. Read More..

The need for fast data speed and advancements in technology have encouraged manufacturing of varied optical interconnect solutions. However, even faster adoption is required, and as such, network providers need to rely on high quality, flexible, and agile products to enable data centres and networks to meet requirements. With quite a few options in the market, it's a time consuming process.

STL's range of optical interconnect devices are targeted towards specific needs of networks and service providers, making it easier to scale up fibre deployment. STL's high quality optical interconnect devices, in the domain of Exchanges, OSPs, Distribution & Access products, and Customer Premises products, enable faster and reliable connectivity. With our range of products, you can build networks with ultra-fast high speed broadband in the shortest possible time. STL's passive connectivity solutions have been supporting fibre deployment for global telcos, defence networks, citizen networks, and other service providers. Read Less..

Increasing Data Demands

Mandating creation of new fibre deep networks and data centers

Need of the Hour

Products suitable across different network types and applications while being compatible with existing tool, equipment and other product types

Wide Product Range

Ensuring compatibility across network and product types

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Backhaul is a transport network that connects the core network (routes data in various sub-networks) and access network (connects end devices to the network). Backhaul can be wired (via optical fibre cable/copper cable/ coaxial cable/ethernet cable) or wireless (via Free space optics (FSO)/Point to Point microwave radio transmission such as terrestrial or satellite/ Point to Multipoint microwave radio transmission such as LDMS, WiFi, WiMAX). Wireless backhaul offers cost efficiency, ease of deployment and high capacity. On the other hand, Wireline backhaul offers endless capacity, better life span, reliability but require significant investment on the network deployment side.

Use cases of Backhaul:
a) Mobile Backhaul: As more users keep coming online and data-heavy applications increase in number, the global mobile data traffic is going up. This demands broader network coverage and larger capacity/bandwidth. To address these challenges service providers have to either put more macro towers or increase spectrum spaces or develop newer technologies such as LTE/LTE-A to utilise the spectrum more efficiently, all of which is capital intensive. Another inexpensive solution is mobile backhaul which essentially is low powered small towers with lesser footprint for catering to the user and their needs more efficiently. These small cells can be Femto (indoor cell for the residential area; 10m to 1km) / Pico (indoor cell for small businesses; range 200m) / Micro (for rural areas; range 35kms) / Metro (for urban areas; less than 100m) for extending macrocell service.
b) Private Networks: On-premise networks that are owned privately have dramatically enabled organisations to transition from expensive legacy based voice-only networks to media and applications serving networks. With high user density and data demand, wireless backhaul networks like LTE (pico/femto cells) work best for such environments.
c) Critical Infrastructure Networks: Such networks demand communications to be secure and available at all times with ultra-low latency. Existing mission-critical networks like TETRA, Tetrapol, etc. are voice-centric and going forward to serve the needs the future will be around 4G/5G technologies. To deliver high-performing applications like real-time video, high-resolution imagery, multimedia messaging, situational awareness etc. backhaul support will be a must.

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