Telecom Fiber & Civil Engineering Services

In this era of digitization, data has the power to change the world. While data continues to fuel innovation and technological advancement, the world has started to witness unprecedented growth in internet connectivity. Consequently, there is an increasing demand of digital infrastructure to deliver ubiquitous optical connectivity.

The existing network infrastructure is not fully equipped to deal with the sudden rise in data traffic. Across the globe, the optical fibre penetration levels are still low. Even in the developed nations, fiberization is only 65-70% and wired broadband penetration is not enough.
In order to ensure that the people receive the benefits of a digital economy, it’s important to connect them with high-speed internet. This can only be achieved by building robust optical fibre network across the globe. To leverage new technologies, such as 5G and FTTH, telecom operators across the world need better performing networks, which are faster and more affordable.

A network’s low quality of service (QoS) can cause a lot of issues while designing and building the network infrastructure. In most cases, this happens due to high signal losses and challenges faced while upgrading the network. The process to roll out new networks can be time-consuming, and requires skilled manpower to manage the difficult installation processes.
The NNP TECH has been created to help telecom operators, ISPs, citizen networks, and major corporations build out networks more quickly, more effectively, and more affordably. We are offering end-to-end functionality, including optical fiber components, pre-connectorized kits, and post-sales support.
We offer the best optical fiber solution in the entire world.

All-in-one FTTx solutions

Fiber to the x (FTTX) is a generic term for any broadband network architecture using optical fiber to provide all or part of the local loop used for last mile telecommunications. As fiber optic cables are able to carry much more data than copper cables, especially over long distances, copper telephone networks built in the 20th Century are being replaced by fiber.

The telecommunications industry differentiates between several distinct FTTX configurations. The terms in most widespread use today are:

  • FTTH (fiber-to-the-home): Fiber reaches the boundary of the living space, such as a box on the outside wall of a home. Passive optical networks and point-to-point Ethernet are architectures that are capable of delivering triple-play services over FTTH networks directly from an operator's central office.
  • FTTB (fiber-to-the-building, -business, or -basement): Fiber reaches the boundary of the building, such as the basement in a multi-dwelling unit, with the final connection to the individual living space being made via alternative means, similar to the curb or pole technologies
  • FTTN / FTTLA (fiber-to-the-node, -neighborhood, or -last-amplifier): Fiber is terminated in a street cabinet, possibly miles away from the customer premises, with the final connections being copper. FTTN is often an interim step toward full FTTH (fiber-to-the-home) and is typically used to deliver 'advanced' triple-play telecommunications services
  • FTTC (fiber-to-the-curb, -closet, or -cabinet): This is very similar to FTTN, but the street cabinet or pole is closer to the user's premises, typically within 1,000 feet (300 m), within range for high-bandwidth copper technologies such as wired Ethernet or IEEE 1901 power line networking and wireless Wi-Fi technology. FTTC is occasionally ambiguously called FTTP (fiber-to-the-pole), leading to confusion with the distinct fiber-to-the-premises system.

Today, everyone expects to have a very high-speed internet connection everywhere. To do so, telecom operators can use FTTx network that needs to be operational 7/24. With its all-in-one solution, NNP TECH helps them to meet this requirement.

Civil Engineering

We carry out all civil engineering work including surface restoration in underground line construction.

  • This includes the excavation and backfilling of the line trenches, including the necessary shoring work, as well as the professional breaking up and restoration of the paved surfaces in the excavation area of ​​the underground lines.

Which areas belong to civil engineering?

Civil Engineering
  • No matter whether in the city or for overhead lines. The excavation and backfilling of the line trenches, including the necessary assembly pits, is one of our core tasks.
Traffic Safety
  • We secure our construction sites in accordance with the requirements of the RSA. We have the necessary equipment and the appropriately trained staff.
Wind Power
  • From the substation to the wind turbine. We realize your projects in the voltage level of 10-30 KV.
  • This includes paving and asphalt work in accordance with ZTV-StB in the area of ​​streets and sidewalks. To ensure the required installation temperature, we use thermal containers for asphalt concrete work.
Uncontrolled Pipe Jacking
  • An alternative to controlled drilling is trenchless pipe laying using a GRUNDOMAT earth hammer
Energy Transition
  • The connection of PV systems to the public power grid or the installation of charging stations. We are your partner in the desired energy transition.

Cable Pull

Our core competencies include pulling in power and telecommunications cables using cable winches.

The most powerful cable winch in our fleet is a capstan winch with a 1000 m cable and 3000 daN tensile force.
The maximum permissible tensile force for the respective cable type can be set using an electronic tensile force limiter. If necessary, the cable pull can be documented using a tensile force log. With even higher tensile forces, we can support the cable pull with our cable pusher.
We pull all cable types up to a maximum voltage level of 30 KV. Winch cable and cable reels are sufficient to pull in system lengths of up to 1000 m in one go.
We have smaller cable winches for smaller cable pulls and for pulling them into pipe systems.

Cable Blowing Technique

A unique selling point is the know-how in the field of cable blowing technology for inserting fiber optic cables in pipe systems.

With our blow-in devices, we can insert subducts/speedpipes, standard cables, mini and micro cables into pipe systems using compressed air. Depending on the route, the condition of the pipe system and the type of cable, lengths of approx. 2000m can be achieved in one operation. In addition, uncut lengths of up to 6000m can be installed in several work steps by grinding out (laying loops) the cable. It is also possible to blow a second cable into an already occupied pipe, but only shorter lengths (up to approx. 500m) can be achieved.

Thanks to state-of-the-art technology, we can blow in and blow out all types of cables and speedpipes .

The maximum uninterrupted distance is two and a half kilometers. Of course, we also have automatic blowing assistants who record and log all important data.
Our employees, who have many years of expertise, also use the assistant to monitor the blowing-in process. If there is an error, you can stop it immediately.

Glass Fiber Splicing and Measurement Technology

Thanks to the latest splicing and measurement technology for fiber optics, optical conductors are tested and connected to one another.

They enable faster data connections (Internet) and improved telecommunications. In addition, there is a galvanic isolation of different networks. Arcs weld and join singlemode fibers and multimode fibers in fusion splicing.

llowing devices:
  • High-quality Fujikora devices
  • Exfo OTDR measuring devices, one for single-mode measurements and one for multi-mode measurements
  • Damping set for FTTB expansion to measure damping

Cable Assemblies

Medium and low voltage assemblies

We are experts in cable assembly with all cable types.

llowing devices:
  • Installation of all sleeve fittings up to 30 KV
  • Installation of all sleeve fittings up to 30 KV with oil paper insulation
  • 1 KV assembly, including house connection assembly
  • End closures
  • Cable assemblies in the medium voltage range for industrial companies
  • Working under voltage up to 1000 V
  • Planning, sales and maintenance of medium voltage systems
  • Creation of grounding systems

Which areas belong to low-voltage assembly?

House connections, cable distribution cabinets as well as systems and networks are among the low-voltage installations.

We create the desired connections with the help of connection, transition and branch sleeves as well as cable terminations. In addition, we offer the conversion and new construction of transformer stations in the field of medium-voltage assembly and the wiring of wind turbines with each other .
We are certified for working under voltage and have many years of expertise. This not only includes replacing fuse strips and house connection boxes, but also connecting and disconnecting cable distribution cabinets, connection and branch sleeves and end sleeves.

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