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City of Loma Linda deploys high speed fiber network with m2fx

New York and London, 10 June 2014, , the inventors and producers of the world-leading range of patented Miniflex™ fiber cables, today announced that the in has significantly reduced the installation time and cost of its high speed, municipality-wide fiber network by using its advanced products. The Californian city has been able to lower deployment costs on the last mile of its Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) network by between 64-76%, from $50 to just $12-$18 per foot through pushable technology and micro trenching.

This has enabled it to roll-out the city-wide network within budget and tight timescales, benefiting the 21,000 residents and reinforcing its reputation as a healthcare center. The City has five major hospitals and a healthcare focused graduate university with 15,000 medical, dental, and allied healthcare students. Up to 100,000 people visit the city every day to be treated and it is the regional center for veterans, trauma and children’s care, covering a fifth of California.

Cost-effectively deploying last mile connections was a major issue for the City, with the traditional method of combining trenching and blown fiber proving too expensive to support. By switching to m2fx, and adopting its patented Miniflex pushable fiber cable and ruggedized TuffDuct micro ducts, in combination with micro trenching, it has been able to dramatically bring down the cost and time for deployment.

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