R&M to unveil SYNO Dome Closure Cabling at FTTH Council MENA

The new modular outdoor closure is designed for use with fibre optic networks.

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R&M to unveil SYNO Dome Closure Cabling at FTTH Council MENA The SYNO dome closure is expected to be announced during the company's participation at the upcoming FTTH Council MENA.
By  Alexander Sophoclis Pieri Published  October 30, 2016

R&M, a global developer and provider of cabling system designed for high-quality network infrastructure, has announced that it will soon launch a novel modular outdoor closure for fibre optic networks.

The SYNO dome closure is expected to be announced during the company's participation at the upcoming FTTH Council MENA, which is set to run from the 7 - 9 November, 2016.

Sandrine Prat, Marketing & Communication Manager and R&M Middle East, Turkey & Africa, commented: "The FTTH Council MENA event is well attended by key players in the regional FTTH community. This edition, under the theme ‘FTTH, The Evolution to the Digital Society' will highlight the benefits of the FTTH deployment for operators, governments and end-users."

He added: "This makes it the ideal platform for us to launch our new innovative solution. We want to give attendees a first-hand experience of the SYNO dome closure as this will no doubt result in it being deployed widely in the region."

R&M will offer three variants of SYNO dome closure, which is designed to hold up to 1,152 fibres and splices. The system also boasts a bending radius of 40mm, regardless of packing density.

Shibu Vahid, R&M's head of Technical Operations in the Middle East, Turkey & Africa, shared: "The solution will revolutionize the assembly process by eliminating the laborious task of threading fibre optic cables through the closure bottom plate. It dispenses with time-consuming sealing using shrink tubes by instead sealing the splice closure with integrated blocks made by our own SYNO gel seal."

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