Orlando, FL – Why this is significant: The entire implementation rides a fiber optic backbone from reception, through distribution, to termination.
Multicom, a full-line stocking distributor of MFH-2 fiber optic equipment now has the experience and handles all of the products necessary to take advantage of the unlimited bandwidth available via fiber optic transport. This gives providers the ability to deliver the full spectrum of digital and high definition programming to the MDU industry including current and future programming packages, data services, and voice enhancements, without the distance limitations of a coax network.
Is there any doubt that this is the direction we are heading?
“Due to a variety of constraints, the clock on coax distribution is ticking”, said Dominic Ruggiero, Multicom sales engineer, “Everyone in this industry takes into account the same set of design parameters in almost everything we do: calculate distances, consider bandwidth capacity, and gauge the various physical limitations of a job. There is really only one broad-spectrum alternative that addresses the issues of today as well as tomorrow, and that’s fiber.”
Foxcom’s AverLuxTM II fiber optic platform is now available to bring HD and other digital services to the home. This MFH-2 platform provides a seamless transport facility for all satellite applications.
“In this ever-evolving industry, it is incumbent on us to stay on the cutting-edge of technology”, says Sherman Miller, President of Multicom, “We cannot be content merely to keep pace. Looking to the future and proactively acquiring the products that are as forward-thinking as we are is the backbone of our philosophy.”
Headquartered in Longwood, FL, and maintaining sales offices, rep agencies and sub-distributors throughout North and Latin America, Multicom is a full-line manufacturer and stocking distributor for end-to-end integration of communication solutions, including all fiber optic applications, cable and satellite TV, traffic signal products, and VoIP services.
For more information, call 1-800-423-2594, e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.multicominc.com.