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Sunday, May 27, 2018
Artificial Intelligence facing large skills shortage: Microsoft

Artificial Intelligence facing large skills shortage: MicrosoftThe Artificial Intelligence (AI) is also facing the challenge of appropriate use of data, group programme manager of Microsoft Learning Matt Winkler told.
The fast-emerging field of Artificial Intelligence, which has suddenly caught the attention of the IT industryand the governments across the world, is facing a large skills shortage, a top Microsoft official has said. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) is also facing the challenge of appropriate use of data, group programme manager of Microsoft Learning Matt Winkler told .

"There is a pretty large skills shortage. Lots of folks are talking about it (AI). A lot of folks are very, very excited about it and then they want to go and make that real. And when they go to make that real, there's a really large skills shortage," Winkler said.

That's why it's so exciting to be trying to bring these technologies to more developers because it's going to bring more people into the mix, he said.

Winkler said the second challenge is really around data. "How do you get the data in the right shape? How do you prepare the data? Because all of the AI in the world is based on data, and so what makes it interesting is the data that you have, the data that your business has, that what you understand about your customers. So how do you most effectively use that data to go and produce models," he said.

Then within kind of any individual product project, one of the key challenges is the same thing that the industry has seen with software, which is, if one tries and do too much, the project gets much harder.

"And so we'll often times see failed projects, which are the result of trying to create just the most amazing thing having done nothing," he said. At the recently concluded developers conference - Build 2018 - Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella talked about how to make AI accessible for everyone.

"Our guidance to a lot of customers to pick a domain and pick a used case where you have a high, high-quality data and that it is really well understood. Start there, get some wins with that and then start expanding the use cases so far," Winkler said. Microsoft is partnering with multiple players in both the private and governmental sectors to use AI for public good.

"Absolutely, AI is being used for public good. For instance, it is being used in school districts in order to predict drop-out rates in India. "We see a ton of healthcare applications: patient re-admission rates is very very popular one. We have seen medical image analysis. We are doing some really interesting work doing diabetes prediction through scans of retinas," Winkler said.

Microsoft is working with the Snow Leopard Trust, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the preservation of the snow leopard and parts of Nepal and India to analyse in real time the presence of snow leopards. "So it's fundamentally changed the way they do their research," he said, adding that the Microsoft is working with three-four other conservation agencies doing similar things.

"For a lot of the customers, what AI is enabling is not just an incremental... but It's something they fundamentally couldn't do before. So it really does introduce a step change for the things that they want to do in their business," Winkler added. (Source: ETtelecom)

SAVITRI TELECOM SERVICES introduces VIAVI Solutions New FiberChek Sidewinder

SAVITRI TELECOM SERVICES introduces VIAVI Solutions New FiberChek Sidewinder"All-in-one" handheld inspection and analysis solution for multifiber connectors such as MPO.
The FiberChek Sidewinder is the industry’s first "all-in-one" handheld inspection and analysis solution for multifiber connectors such as MPO. The latest addition to Viavi’s award-winning FiberChek family delivers a completely automated solution to inspect and analyze every fiber of an MPO or other multifiber connectors with industry-leading reliability and speed.

The FiberChek Sidewinder is the first solution on the market to completely automate the multifiber inspection process with industry-leading reliability and speed.

  • Technicians can receive automatic pass/fail results for all 12 MPO fibers in less than twelve seconds, a typical job of certifying 100 MPO connectors can be completed in just 20 minutes, compared to the industry average of 4.3 hours (a 92 percent reduction).
  • The all-in-one design provides completely autonomous operation with features including autofocus, auto-pan/scroll, endface analysis, color touch screen, on-board storage, and Wi-Fi connectivity to mobile devices.
  • Ensures fast and reliable workflow for test and certification

The all-in-one design provides completely autonomous operation with features including auto-focus, autopan/scroll, endface analysis, color touch screen, on-board storage, and Wi-Fi connectivity to mobile devices.


  • Fully autonomous multifiber inspection
  • Automate the inspection workflow
  • Certify end face quality to customer requirements
  • Ensure accurate and fast test performance with automatic test results in less than 12 seconds
  • Easily access connections in any location
  • Connect with anything and test anywhere!

Key Features

  • Integrated touchscreen
  • Live fiber viewing
  • Auto-center
  • Auto-focus
  • Auto-pan/scroll
  • Built-in fiber end-face analysis
  • Audible sounds for Pass/Fail results
  • User-selectable acceptance profiles
  • Stores results on device or export
  • WiFi, and USB connection to a PC and mobile devices
  • All-day battery life
  • Built in acceptance criteria to industry standards (IEC-61300-3-35) (Source: Convergence Plus)
Consulting international agencies, experts on spectrum auction: TRAI chief

Consulting international agencies, experts on spectrum auction: TRAI chiefAsked about the status of recommendation on spectrum auction, Sharma said that a review meeting on the same was held in the TRAI last week.

Telecom regulator TRAI is in the midst of consulting various international agencies and experts, and hopes to finalise its recommendation on spectrum auction "soon", Chairman R S Sharma has said. Asked about the status of recommendation on spectrum auction, Sharma said that a review meeting on the same was held in the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India(TRAI) last week.

"There is a lot of work being done. We are consulting international agencies, consultants we well as experts and we will come out with our recommendations soon," Sharma told PTI. But he declined to give a specific timeframe for the finalisation of recommendations on the issue.

The government is planning to hold the largest-ever spectrum auction of 3,000 MHz radiowaves in the upcoming sale. It has sought recommendations from TRAI on the applicable reserve price and related issues for auction of spectrum in the frequency bands 700 MHz, 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1,800 MHz and 2,100 MHz, 2,300 MHz, 2,500 MHz, 3,300-3,400 MHz and 3,400-3,600 MHz.

TRAI is also expected to give its opinion on timing of the proposed spectrum auction. In the previous auction held in 2016, the government had put a total of 2,354.55 MHz of mobile airwaves for sale in the bands of 700 MHz, 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1,800 MHz, 2,100 MHz and 2,300 MHz, cumulatively valued at around Rs 5.63 lakh crore at base price.

However, nearly 60 per cent of the radio waves, including premium 4G bands, remained unsold in that auction. In the five-day auction in 2016, seven telecom companies made commitment of Rs 65,789 crore for buying 964.80 MHz of spectrum across multiple frequency bands.

The apex industry association COAI is of the view that operators are not ready for the next round of spectrum auction at this point, given the deep financial stress and ongoing consolidation in the sector. The telecom industry has been reeling under Rs 7.5 lakh crore cumulative debt and hyper-competition has only made matters worse for the established operators.

Engaged in a brutal and prolonged tariff war with newcomer Reliance Jio, the older players have seen erosion in their revenues, and are incurring losses. (Source: ETtelecom)

Cashback to biz, price benefit to consumers for digital transactions on anvil

Cashback to biz, price benefit to consumers for digital transactions on anvilThe government is working on a proposal to incentivise digital transactions by providing cashbacks to businesses and price benefits to consumers, a source said.

As per the proposal being worked out by the Revenue Department, consumers paying through the digital mode would be offered a discount over the maximum retail price (MRP). The discount would be capped at Rs 100. Businesses, on the other hand, could get a cashback based on the quantum of turnover through the digital mode.

The proposals to encourage digital transactions are likely to be placed before the GST Council, chaired by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and comprising state ministers, on May 4.

According to the source, the issue of providing incentive for digital transaction was discussed at a meeting held in the Prime Minister’s Office. During the meeting, three possible modes of incentivising businesses to go in for digital transactions were discussed. Apart from cashbacks, a proposal to allow businesses to obtain tax credit on the basis of turnover obtained through digital mode was also discussed.

This would have worked like the input tax credit mechanism wherein businesses can credit for taxes paid on raw materials.
Besides, the option of allowing businesses to offset their GST liability up to a threshold for using digital transaction was also deliberated.

The source said the Revenue Department has zeroed in on the option of cashback to businesses based on a threshold of digital transaction. This would be easier to implement and cannot be misused by unscrupulous elements. As a matter of precaution, the department will ascertain the veracity of the digital transactions reported by the businesses and then credit the cashback to their bank account.

During the PMO meeting, it was also discussed if any incentives could be given for digital transaction from the direct taxes side.
The direct tax department, the source said, has outlined the steps it had taken to discourage cash dealings. Besides, for small businesses opting for presumptive taxation scheme, it had reduced the rate for calculation of deemed profit from 8 per cent to 6 per cent in respect of the amount of total turnover or gross receipts received through banking channel/digital means.

The source said since the incentives would have been on the basis of the turnover of the businesses, it was felt that the indirect tax department would be better placed to incentivise the businesses and hence the GST Council would have to give a final go ahead.( Source: The Hindu Business Line)

Walmart may get four seats on Flipkart's ten-member board

Walmart may get four seats on Flipkart's ten-member board Walmart, which is in the midst of protracted negotiations for a significant stake in Flipkart, will likely gain about three to four seats on the ten-member board of India’s largest online retailer that will continue to be run as an independent company if the deal goes through, said three people aware of the discussions. The troika of cofounders Binny Bansal and Sachin Bansal along with chief executive officer Kalyan Krishnamurthy will remain in their current posts as the country’s most valuable startup targets a potential public offer in the future.

“Flipkart will keep its “startup culture” to battle Amazon” said one of the people cited above indicating that while the entry of Walmart will alter the shareholding structure of Flipkart — if the deal fructifies — there will be no change in the top management pattern. Binny is currently the Group CEO of Flipkart while Sachin serves as executive chairman.

Meanwhile, a potential offer from rival Amazon to invest in Flipkart, which is also in the fray, is yet to come through, sources said, even as discussions with Walmart head into the final lap. Japan’s Softbank, which owns over 20% stake in Flipkart, is said to be in favour of an offer from Amazon but other investors are wary as they believe that such a deal could run into trouble with competition regulators.

With Walmart expected to invest over $12 billion into Flipkart, some of the industry insiders ET spoke to were of the view that the Bentonville-headquartered conglomerate would look to control finance and legal matters at the entity. “They may get a CFO at the helm and legal compliance will be handled by Walmart,” said one of the persons cited above.

Walmart is aiming for at least a 55-60% stake in Flipkart in a deal likely to value the company between $18-20 billion, according to the people mentioned above. “They (Walmart) are investing because they don’t know how to run an online commerce company,” said a second source. “With the investment in JD and acquisition of Jet they know that running an online business is very different from running a retail company.” is the second largest online retailer in China after Alibaba and Walmart owns about a 12% stake in it. Jet is an online retailer in US acquired by Walmart for $3 billion in 2016. Rahul Chowdhri, a partner at Stellaris Venture believes Walmart will retain the current management structure at Flipkart as “having a local team that has built it from ground- up and understands the local nuances becomes very important.”

“The acquirer ( Walmart) doesn’t have an ecommerce team in India -- so it is difficult to build a team of its own from scratch, but this will be supplemented by their (Walmart’s) global understanding of any technology, knowledge-sharing that will help Flipkart,” he said.

Flipkart’s negotiations also include a clause saying that the company can go for a public offering, said one of the people privy to the discussions. Another person said, “Flipkart is taking a longer-term view and is looking at the entire team. They are excited about the market and want everyone to be incentivised for an IPO.”

But one source warned that an IPO is unlikely to happen before 4-5 years, and will be contingent on either Flipkart reaching profitability milestones or by getting a significant market leadership over Amazon India. Walmart declined to comment. Flipkart did not respond to queries sent by ET as of press time. (Source: Economic Times)

Flipkart Walmart deal would be good for e-commerce: Amazon India head

Flipkart Walmart deal would be good for e-commerce: Amazon India headAmazon India head Amit Agarwal thinks of Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal as ‘missionary entrepreneurs’ but criticized Flipkart’s strategy of focusing disproportionately on the smartphone category. Since its launch in June 2013, Amazon India (Amazon Seller Services Pvt. Ltd) has been the biggest threat to market leader Flipkart. Now, Amazon is in a two-way race with rival Walmart Inc. to buy a controlling stake in Flipkart.

In an interview, Amazon India country head Amit Agarwal, who is also one of the senior-most leaders globally at Inc., talked about the company’s plans for the next five years. Agarwal declined to comment on reports of Amazon’s talks with Flipkart but said that if Walmart were to become a Flipkart investor, it will boost the e-commerce market in the country. Agarwal also said that he thinks Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal, co-founders of Flipkart, were “missionary entrepreneurs” but criticised Flipkart’s strategy of focusing disproportionately on the smartphone category. Edited excerpts:

In the five years that Amazon has been in India, it has established itself as one of the two main e-commerce companies here. What’s the approach for the next five years?
When we entered India, e-commerce was mostly an urban phenomena, with a few people buying and price being the main determinant. Our focus was on offering great selection, value and convenience. What excites me is the evolution of e-commerce in the past five years and our role in that. When I look at the next five years, it will be about: how do we democratize aspirations, make convenience normal and bring the next 100 million customers to shop with us.

How many users do you have currently?
We have more than 115 million registered users currently. We don’t share our active user base, but it’s in the tens of millions—high double digits.

What are the things Amazon could have done better and what are the things you’d like to change?
We ask that question on a daily basis. We look at customer anecdotes, we look at our customer experience and ask: ‘how do we make sure that our extensive product delivery experience is better?’ I don’t think it’s about something like, ‘is there a business that we wish that we had done?’ One could argue that we should have started fashion sooner. But it doesn’t matter if you look at a 20-year scale such a question would never even figure in that graph. We are getting great traction (in fashion)... On a standalone basis, we are already the largest fashion site but on an aggregated basis we have work to do to catch up.

You’re saying that Amazon has the single-largest fashion business?
Yes. The IMRB data showed that on a standalone basis, we have the largest fashion business in terms of units sold, GMS (gross merchandise sales), customer share. Some people say that Amazon got complacent in 2016 and let Flipkart off the hook…
We don’t think about competitors that way. I don’t plan my strategy on how it would influence somebody else. The general aggressiveness in the market is normal. India is a long-term market...e-commerce is so small currently; so, there will always be players who will bring in money and that’s good for e-commerce. I would rather have two or three well-funded players going after (expanding the market) than us doing it alone.

So, if Walmart were to get into Flipkart you would consider that to be a positive?
It’s good, it’s good. Given how early India is in the stage of e-commerce, wouldn’t you rather have a lot more investments? I don’t get too emotional about someone’s adversities or someone’s success because our time will also come in one of those two phases. For us to get close to any of the credible markets it’s a long journey. So as long as there are investments, it’s good for everyone.

If you’d rather have 2-3 players then why is Amazon interested in buying Flipkart?
That’s your rumours and speculation. Maybe we should ask Alexa about it! I don’t have any comment on that.

Could you speak about your approach towards investing in startups in India?
You have to trade off in your mind, if there is a missionary entrepreneur out there who’s working on an idea that can accelerate what you’re doing in a meaningful way and can fit into the culture that you have. Or you make an investment where you see that thing converge with what you’re doing and do something with what your core flywheel is all about...We have invested in startups—QwikCilver is a great example, it got our payments thing going. BankBazaar is the kind of investment that hopefully can converge in the future.

Do you consider the Bansals to be missionary entrepreneurs?
Absolutely. I have a great deal of respect for what they’ve built. Not just them, but all the startups that are running, people should be very proud of what they’ve achieved. I consider myself as a missionary entrepreneur as well, even though I’m stuck at one company (laughs).

Flipkart CEO Kalyan Krishnamurthy recently said that by dominating the category of smartphones, one can ensure sustained dominance of the e-commerce business in India. What are your thoughts?
My belief is that you have to serve customers and be relevant for all their needs to drive loyalty... Smartphones is one of them, but we don’t take a category approach, we take a customer-backwards approach. And from that perspective, we are happy with the spread of purchases that customers do on our website and the loyalty that they exhibit. I don’t think you’ll ever have a Prime programme for smartphones, which probably defines the futility of that thinking. (Source:Mint)

UP to promote Noida region as electronic hub.

UP to promote Noida region as electronic hub.To promote Uttar Pradesh as an ideal investment destination, the state government plans to promote Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway on Delhi's outskirts as electronics manufacturing zone. To promote Uttar Pradesh as an ideal investment destination, the state government plans to promote Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway on Delhi's outskirts as electronics manufacturing zone.

"The Uttar Pradesh government is planning to promote Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway as electronic manufacturing zone. Country-specific industrial parks will be set up, which will virtually act as a home away from home for the foreign companies," additional chief secretary (IT and Electronics) Sanjiv Saran told. Uttar Pradesh, especially Noida and Greater Noida, enjoys advantage as a manufacturing hub owing to its large pool of skilled labour and proximity to the national capital.

"India's software export is to the tune of USD 160 billion. Of this, Noida and Greater Noida alone account for 6 per cent," Saran said.
He also said that the state is already home to 45 per cent of the mobile manufacturing in India. "Out of the 38 manufacturing units of mobile phones in the country, Noida and Greater Noida single-handedly boast to hosting 13 of them. These units contribute 50 per cent or 11.25 crore handsets that are sold in the country," he said. Besides, there are 58 companies based in Noida and Greater Noida which manufacture mobile phones and accessories and components such as chargers, earphones and headphones, Saran said.

The region is also home to many major brands like Samsung, Vivo, Oppo and Intex. Exuding confidence that UP will lead from the front in this sector in days to come, he said, "Looking at the favourable environment, mobile manufacturers are keen to set up their production here not only to cater to Indian markets but to export to neighbouring countries also." Mobile and electronic manufacturing is believed to be the way forward and UP seems to be leading it from the front, he added. (Source: ETTelecom)

Citizens don't want telecom towers in residential areas

Citizens don't want telecom towers in residential areasThe installation of mobile towers near schools, residential areas and hospitals is one of the biggest issues faced by the city residents.

They want the city corporation to ensure that mobile towers are either installed in commercial areas or in open spaces. However, the corporation authorities say that they have never issued permission for any mobile tower near schools and residential areas. They confirmed that it was against the rules to install telecom towers in these zones.

The installation of mobile towers near schools, residential areas and hospitals is one of the biggest issues faced by the city residents.
They want the city corporation to ensure that mobile towers are either installed in commercial areas or in open spaces. However, the corporation authorities say that they have never issued permission for any mobile tower near schools and residential areas. They confirmed that it was against the rules to install telecom towers in these zones.

In 2016, the state urban development department had come out with draft guidelines for installation of telecom towers, but they are not followed in the city. The MCC and the district administration have allowed the service providers to set up telecom towers everywhere, including on houses, near schools and hospitals, some residents allege.

Dr Raghu, a physician, said when compared to other major cities in the state, mobile towers are being installed without any guidelines in Mysuru city. "We can see them in every nook and corner of the city. In a city like Bengaluru, residents don't allow service providers to install towers in residential areas fearing health issues. But here these towers are installed on each and every building. Even near many schools and hospitals," he said.

"There may not be any scientific record to show that mobile towers affect health. But it is always better to install them in commercial zones," he said. Even general public echo similar sentiments. According to Raghava Sharma, a resident of KR Mohalla, hundreds of telecom towers have been set up in residential areas across the city. "Majority of these towers are installed on residential buildings. House owners don't bother about community health at all," he said.

When contacted, T B Kumara Naik, deputy commissioner (Revenue), Mysuru City Corporation, said, "We have not given permission for any telecom tower. We are not collecting tax also. The state government had issued draft guidelines, but were withdrawn for revision,"(Source: Times of India)

Vodafone, Idea may let go of over 5000 employees

Vodafone, Idea may let go of over 5000 employees The ongoing merger process of Vodafone India and Idea CellularNSE -1.37 % could see about a fourth of the telcos’ combined 21,000-strong workforce lose jobs in the next few months as the companies look to save on costs, eliminate duplication and improve efficiency, people familiar with the matter said.

Both companies — which are making losses amid huge revenue pressure and acombined debt of some Rs 1,20,000 crore —have been advised by the nodal team handling the merger to shed at least 5,000 employees in the next couple of months.

“The retrenchment has to happen swiftly because in times of margin pressures in a debt-heavy industry, both companies do not want to start new operations burdened with excess manpower,” said a senior executive aware of the development.

The merger, which has received all clearances except from the telecom department, is expected to close sometime in May. Sources have told ET that those who fall into the bottom quartile in the performance assessment during this appraisal season will be asked to go and profiles that have a mirror image in the two firms, including divisions such as supply chain and procurement, will also face the axe as the telcos want to create a costefficient merged firm without any flab.

“The numbers may exceed 5,000 since duplication will be in large numbers,” said an industry expert aware of development. It will be tough for those getting the axe to find jobs within a vastly shrunk telecom industry that has already let go of at least one lakh employees. While Aditya Birla Group, which owns Idea Cellular, declined to comment, the diversified conglomerate with operations across cement, retail, textiles and financial services among others has in the past accommodated some of its retrenched employees in other group companies.

Responding to queries from ET, a Vodafone spokesperson said, “This is pure speculation and totally untrue. The two companies have not received final merger approvals and so the leadership teams of Vodafone and Idea continue to compete in the market and manage their businesses separately. No decisions have been taken about the workforce of the merged entity, although it is fair to assume that employees will benefit from the opportunities that arise from working for a significantly larger operation.”

Idea and Vodafone currently employ roughly 11,000 and 10,000-plus people, respectively, and analysts have said that a key to the success of the combined entity is their ability to be nimble, expand networks and price their offerings competitively. Cost efficiency will be a key element for the success of the merged entity in a brutally competitive market.

Analysts said rivals Bharti AirtelNSE -0.60 % and Reliance Jio are looking to poach Vodafone and Idea’s subscribers at a time the two firms have their focus on completing the transaction, analysts said. Despite financial pressures, the merged entity needs to keep spending top dollar to expand and deepen its 4G coverage — which is lagging both Airtel and Jio — and further set the platform to upgrade to 5G in future, highlighting the need to keep their operations lean, they said.

“The merger will improve their earning per share (EPS) and reduce debt to equity, but there are operational costs. For that, one needs to have higher cost efficiency, and manpower will be the first to go,” said Sanjiv Bhasin, the executive vice-president for markets and corporate affairs at brokerage IIFL.

“With most work done online, telcos need to employ far fewer people now than they did earlier and this is best time to let go of extra workforce,” he added. The combined entity will be the largest mobile phone operator in India — replacing Bharti Airtel — with almost 42% customer market share and 37% revenue market share. Last month, the two sides announced the top leadership team of the merged company, to be headed by Balesh Sharma as chief executive officer. Both telcos are expected to post meek results for the March end quarter.

Listed Idea Cellular’s losses are set to widen, primarily hit by the cost of servicing its mounting debt besides price competition amid falling revenue, a case likely to be mirrored by unlisted Vodafone India as well.

But Idea and Vodafone have sold or are selling their captive towers besides trying to sell their respective 11.5% and 42% stakes in tower company Indus Towers to raise funds. The Aditya Birla Group has recently infused Rs3,250 crore into Idea, which will also raise a further Rs3,500 crore via a preferential share issue or a rights issue. Correspondingly, Vodafone Group is infusing Rs7,390 crore into its India operations, which along with the Idea fund-raising, will be used to pare debt. (Source: Economic Times)

DIGISOL launches industry’s first solder-free patented SCS copper solutions

DIGISOL launches industry’s first solder-free patented SCS copper solutionsIntroduces solder-free Keystones and Patch Panels for a superior performance
Mumbai, 12th April 2018: - DIGISOL Systems Ltd., a leading provider of Active and Passive Networking products, and 100% subsidiary of Smartlink Network Systems Ltd., announced the launch of its new patented solder-free UTP keystones and patch panels. These products have high resilient rectangular cross section gold plated contacts for excellent repeatability and consistent performance. They also have specially designed IDC contacts which accept wider conductor diameters (22 through 26AWG) with use of KRONE® as well as 110 type crimping tools.

These new keystones jacks and patch panels modules have patented PCBs to accommodate solder-free pin and IDC mountings, which make them practically immune to wide environmental variations such as temperatures and humidity.

While introducing these new offerings at the BICSI event at Mumbai, Mr. K. R. Naik, Executive Chairman, DIGISOL Systems Ltd. said, “Manufacturing and developing products in India is my passion, and I am happy to introduce game changer products for the Indian market. We at DIGISOL, always strive to introduce our designed products that not only meet current needs but also take care of the future ones.”

DIGISOL’s cabling portfolio includes copper cabling solutions (Cat5e, Cat 6 & Cat 6A), UTP/STP LAN Cables, Keystones, Patch Panels, Patch Cords, Face Plates, etc. The fiber range will have fiber cables, fiber patch cords, pigtails, LIU couplers and an entire FTTH Product line. DIGISOL cabling products adhere to EIA/TIA and ISO/IEC international standards. They are RoHS compliant, and are backed by international 25 years product warranty performance. DIGISOL Structured Cabling Systems is here to fulfill the network connectivity needs of medium to small businesses and home networks, as well as SME & Enterprises requirements. (Source: Convergence Plus)

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