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USA and Canada have a long tradition of attaching cables to buildings or hanging them in existing masts.  However, many supply companies have now seen the advantages of installing ducts in the ground concurrently with the spread of fiber network.  Fiber Blowing offers new options.

Fremco visited some building sites in the neighborhood of Toronto. Common feature for all the sites is that supply ducts of all kinds have been buried alongside roads and to the individual households – contrary to the forest of wooden and iron masts seen previously.  READ MORE THROUGH THE BLOG: Blowing Fiber in Existing Infrastructure


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