In the modern network society, the exchange of information and knowledge is an integral part of innovation. KCEP specialists closely monitor the rapidly changing trends in the telecommunications market and take part in industry’s significant events.
From March 12 to March 14, 2019 an important event in the field of telecommunications development took place in Amsterdam, among the participants of which there was a delegation of KCEP employees. At the annual FTTH conference and exhibition, our specialists got acquainted with development trends and innovations in the field of telecommunications.
The FTTH Conference/Exhibition is organized by the FTTH Council Europe. This association was created in 2004 by five organizations: Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Corning, Emtelle and OFS. Today the association includes 150 members. The FTTH Council Europe itself is part of the FTTH Council Global Alliance (which also includes the FTTH Council Africa, FTTH Council Americas, FTTH Council Americas LATAM Chapter, FTTH Council Asia Pacific and FTTH Council Middle East and North Africa).
In 2019, this event was attended by about 3,000 people from 94 countries, including Kazakhstan. Over 3 days, 14 sessions were held, 155 speakers spoke, and the amount of valuable information was overwhelming. The conference discussed the topics of new products in the field of optical networks, the planned development in Europe and beyond and the latest achievements in the field. There was so much information that it’ll definitely be enough till the next annual conference!
On May 22-23, 2019, our company took part in the conference and exhibition dedicated to the issues of digitalization of railways, jointly held by “NC Kazakhstan temir zholy” JSC and “Transtelecom” JSC.
The developed design is unique and is intended for external sealing of the joints of various types of cables, including control and power cables with voltage up to 1kV, SCB and communication cables.
In 2019, the Republic of Kazakhstan launched the implementation of the State Program “Digital Kazakhstan”, whereby it is planned to provide rural settlements of the Republic of Kazakhstan with broadband access to the Internet.
In May 2018, we successfully completed testing of a range of optical cables with optical fiber with a diameter of 200 microns.
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