Amadys will be presenting itself at ANGA COM, Europe’s leading congress trade fair for broadband, television and online, in Cologne from 23 to 25 May 2023. The end-to-end system integrator will put its unique one-stop shopping solution Microfocus in the spotlight and bring the six Building Blocks to life for trade visitors. One highlight is the innovative Microfocus EcoPoP with solar panels and an automated patch robot. With this innovatively designed PoP reinforces Amadys‘ long-term ESG sustainability strategy. The role of standardisation for fast fiber roll out and how Belgium and the Netherlands have managed to increase the percentage of ‘homes-passed’ connections will be explained by the expert for successful fiber roll out in a presentation. Amadys and the Member of Amadys subsidiaries Muth Kommunikationstechnik GmbH, PRO-Kunststoff GmbH, tso GmbH, the British Passcomm, the Austrian SKG Netzwerktechnik GmbH and the Hungarian Raynet will be represented in Hall 8 at Stand A50. Book your tickets via this link.
Standardised and pre-assembled systems are crucial leverage points to ensure more speed in the fiber roll out. Hence why Amadys is putting its approach of a complete system of FttX connectivity solutions, consisting of modular building blocks and pre-assembled components, at the centre of its trade fair presence at ANGA COM: “Companies, network operators, infrastructure companies and investors want high-quality, reliable and precisely fitting passive networks with high FttX investment security and full cost control of the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) – this is exactly what we offer with our one-stop shopping solution,” says Michael Nitz, Sales Director Telecom DACH at Amadys. “The prerequisite for this is the high quality of the standardized, certified products and the guaranteed compatibility of all components.”
Sustainability in focus
Amadys traces the path of fiber optics, at its two-storey, 264m2 fair stand, from the point of presence (PoP) to the home and presents its perfectly coordinated connectivity solutions. The system integrator is focusing primarily on the topic of sustainability: a Microfocus EcoPoP will be on display at the stand, with solar modules installed on its sedum-covered roof. The green energy generated can be stored and runs the PoP self-sufficiently. Inside it, an automated patch robot works to remotely connect customers and perform tests. In addition, Amadys has added the so-called Ecoduct range to its portfolio of micro ducts: these micro ducts are made of 100 % recycled HDPE (high-density polyethylene). Amadys is adding Faber Langmatz EK 478 cable ducts to its sustainable portfolio, these are 100 % recycled polycarbonate (PC), “At Amadys, we are committed to a long-term sustainability strategy in line with ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) criteria and aim to be fully circular by 2030. Our eco product portfolio plays a crucial role in this,” says Arthur Graevendiek, VP Telecom DACH at Amadys.
FttX success stories: Best Practice for Germany
The Amadys presentation “How intelligent Forecast Models will increase speed and reduce TCO – the Amadys success story” in the panel “Lessons learned – efficient Fiber roll out from high-level planning stages to the deployment of a network across Europe” leads away from the theory of fast fiber roll out to projects successfully put into effect: Michael Nitz will use best-practice examples to show what consequences can be drawn for a successful FttX roll out in Germany. The presentation will take place on the 23rd of May from 11:45 a.m. within the panel.