Thursday, 20 January 2022

KPN cuts down on plastic for latest fibre test

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 21 August 20

The Dutch operator’s new network test uses majority recycled plastic, as well as a thinner cable requiring less insulation than a typical deployment

As of September, Dutch operator KPN will be trialling a new form of fibre optic network made of 90% recycled plastic.    The final 10% of new plastic is used to manufacture the tube into which the fibre optic cable itself is positioned.&nbsp…

As of September, Dutch operator KPN will be trialling a new form of fibre optic network made of 90% recycled plastic.    The final 10% of new plastic is used to manufacture the tube into which the fibre optic cable itself is positioned.&nbsp…

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