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Connect any analogue phone to our BDCOM fibre ONU

Connect any analogue phone to our BDCOM fibre ONU

With reported copper cable theft amounting to an estimate of R863m in 2019 alone, it is understandable why telecommunications service providers are moving away from traditional copper infrastructure to more modern fibre infrastructure. The traditional copper infrastructure is perfectly suitable for voice signal, as that is what it was intended for, but it still comes [...]
Selecting the correct ONU for your FTTx solution

Selecting the correct ONU for your FTTx solution

With the fibre industry opening up and becoming more competitive, integrators and service providers are looking for ways to cut costs, but not at the expense of the performance of the solution. When deciding to use PON (passive optical networks) selecting the correct ONU device is vital to the success of the solutions and your return on [...]
Build better Local Area Networks with passive fibre technology

Build better Local Area Networks with passive fibre technology

With the wide-spread adoption of fibre technology, Passive Optical Networks (PON) are being used for more than just last-mile FTTx services. Until recently, ISP’s have left the major fibre roll-outs to larger infrastructure providers, creating a technology gap that was filled by PON, enabling ISP’s to no longer be dependent on the large infrastructure providers. [...]
Trust MiRO and BDCOM to help your business thrive

Trust MiRO and BDCOM to help your business thrive

For many years’ ISPs have fallen short on their fibre deployments due to insurmountable material costs on active fibre equipment, civil groundwork and managing risk with the ever-increasing materials needed in order to manage, maintain and grow a fibre network. Big industry giants took over and smaller ISPs were made to pull back from large [...]
Fibre switches that make network expansion simple

Fibre switches that make network expansion simple

As more devices connect to a network, it becomes congested and service providers are forced to expand or increase their network capacity in order to accommodate all these devices. As a result, service providers are going through profound changes – in which 10 gigabits per second has become a must-have in order to accommodate the [...]
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