Huber+Suhner will showcase IANOS, its fiber management system at the 2017 NAB Show.
Huber+Suhner, a Swiss-based company, will exhibit a wide array of solutions including the building blocks broadcasters need to build modern, cost-effective control facilities.
The company will also show the LiSA side access system, designed to improve cross-connect solutions.
“Connectivity is vital to the broadcast market – without it, none of the backbone infrastructure could work,” said Tony Walker, head of data center business development at Huber+Suhner. “With connectivity at the heart of what we do, we try to stay ahead of the curve in a world moving towards flexible connectivity, by providing solutions of exceptional quality, reliability and durability.”
Designed for optimum installation and handling speed, Huber+Suhner’s fiber systems reduce the space and time required for moves, additions and changes to the control facilities.
Huber+Suhner offers fiber optic and hybrid systems for LTE (remote radio installations) and products for Fiber in the Home (FITH) applications, fiber management systems for data centers and a portfolio for Fiber to the Home (FTTH) networks.
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