Hope to see you at the OSP Expo in Dallas October 9th and 10th!
Check out our latest FTTH fittings at this years FTTH Conference and Expo in Tampa, FL Sept. 30 - Oct 2, 2013.
Come see our new Square Profile Conduit system for micro trenching at the 2012 OSP Expo in Denver!
Recent Press Coverage for Ottawa Fiber Build
Come see the latest in TeraSpan's microtrenching technology at the FTTH Conference and Expo in Dallas, Texas September 23-28, 2012
Come see the latest in TeraSpan micro trenching technology at Commtech, May 16 and 17 2012 in beautiful Kelowna BC
Come see the latest in TeraSpan micro trenching technology at the Broadband Communities Summit in Dallas April 24-26
TeraSpan's Director of Sales, Gary Stahlbrand will be speaking on the "Technologies for Open Access" panel at the Broadband Communities Summit 12 in Dallas, Texas, on Wednesday April 25.
TeraSpan's Vertical Inlaid Fiber (VIF) system has now been installed in 22 countries
Sharp Concrete Cutters completes first VDC install in New Zealand
TeraSpan is honoured to be part of the BC Showcase at the worlds largest IT show.
TeraSpan is honored to be recognized as one of Broadband Communities Magazine's Top 100 Broadband Companies for the fourth consecutive year. We are very pleased to see micro-trenching gaining more and more industry acceptance.
Come see the latest in TeraSpan's micro-trenching technology at MISA BC in Sidney, BC September 20-23!. This years conference will focus on Social Media. We look forward to meeting you!
TeraSpan excited to be part of this years OSP Expo in Cincinnati September 12-14. Every year the Expo showcases the latest and greatest innovations in OSP and provides excellent seminars and courses for OSP experts. Come see our latest developments in micro-trenching technology at booth 538. We look forward to seeing you there!
TeraSpan VDC7 is used on high capacity fiber network in George Town. The late-night construction occurring on Eastern Avenue in George Town is due to Cayman telecommunications company Logic using micro trenching to lay fibre wires.
SAN FRANCISCO — A potentially revolutionary new approach to laying phone and cable lines could help improve the condition of San Francisco’s oft-neglected streets and sidewalks. Such infrastructure is normally laid in wide, deep trenches that are covered over after the wiring has been put in place. The outlines of those trenches can remain visible long after they’re refilled and they can lead to pot holes.
San Francisco Examiner — By: John Upton
Micro-trenching is to lay fiber optic cable in a trench which is only 12 mm wide and 20-25 cm deep. The method is especially attractive in areas where it is almost impossible to carry out normal trenching, as in Kragerø's narrow city streets
We may be nearing an era where copper is coming to an end. With Verizon leading the way in the U.S., fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) is quickly becoming a preferred technology for delivering telephone, Internet, and video services
Service providers trying to take advantage of new, less disruptive trenching methods for their FTTH deployments may encounter resistance from municipal authorities who are unfamiliar with these methods. Here are the answers to any questions municipalities may raise about micro-trenching.
New Zealand - Diamond encrusted circular saws could shave billions of dollars off the cost of the National Party's proposed home fibre network, a key plank in the party's election campaign, but have some road engineers breaking out in a cold sweat.
This year’s Top 100 continues a trend from last year, with growth in the number of awardees on the network management side of the business. Most exciting: billing and network monitoring software that can seamlessly handle the triple play and a whole lot more. This year’s listing also rewards suppliers of fiber and systems for both inside and outside plant – a new class of equipment made possible by bend-tolerant fiber – and developers of entirely new PON technologies.
Australia - New security cameras in Mildura's CBD are not designed to spy on residents. Cr Glenn Milne gave the assurance yesterday as the $500,000 high tech system nears completion. Mildura Rural City Council was yesterday lauding the technology employed in the closed circuit TV system as among the best in the world after council flew in a Canadian expert to help with its "unobrusive" installation.
Now that fiber-to-the-home electronics have proved viable and the services they enable have proved marketable, vendors have started pouring more creative energies into bringing down the costs of deployment. The industry appears to be in a “virtuous circle,” with the strong demand for FTTH encouraging more innovation, and innovative products lowering deployment costs and further stimulating the market.
TeraSpan Signs Distribution Agreement with Alcatel-Lucent
Agreement covers Nordic and Baltic countries
VANCOUVER, CANADA– April 14th, 2009 – TeraSpan Networks, Inc. a provider of cost effective, reliable fiber optic deployment solutions announced today that it has signed an agreement with Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU) to distribute TeraSpan’s Vertical Inlaid Fiber products in Nordic and Baltic countries of Europe.
New fibre-optic cable 'works like Zip Lock Bag'
The size of the cable really does matter, at least when you’re laying down fiber optics. A flat new form of cable is allowing the City of Winnipeg to complete a 55-kilometre communications network in only three summers.
TeraSpan's VIF system is the premier solution for service between buildings.
VIF technology provides the flexibility and cost savings to make FTTH a reality
We lead the way in the last mile revolution to meet the demand for high bandwidth services
Extend existing fiber footprint to reach new subscribers and service areas.