As capacity demands increase and broadband continues to expand to remote communities, communications networks are under pressure to meet the challenge.
HellermannTyton, a gold sponsor of this 12-webinar event, will contribute expertise courtesy of David Rifkin, product category manager, datacom. His webinar, Transforming Communities with Fiber Connectivity, looks at how data is fast becoming one of the essential infrastructures needed to support a prosperous urban or suburban community, much like a fourth utility. It is the more remote and smaller communities that must look at their options for better access. David will review some of the planning involved and discuss options to make the physical connection.
The event is co-produced by Lightwave and Broadband Technology Report. Those interested in attending David’s webinar can register via a single registration form.
You are invited to view as many presentations as you wish. More info at: https://www.broadbandtechreport.com/fiber/article/14182815/btr-lightwave-combine-for-high-speed-networking-virtual-event
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HellermannTyton is a global leader in cable management and protection products, identification systems and network connectivity solutions. Its systems and solutions are specified by major manufacturers and contractors in the OEM, data communications, automotive, heavy equipment, renewable energy and related industries. The company’s engineered solutions and innovative products are designed and constructed to meet the strictest quality standards while delivering reliable implementation at the lowest cost. HellermannTyton operates in 39 countries, with North American headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. www.hellermann.tyton.com
Product Category Manager
David Rifkin manages the data communications connectivity solutions for HellermannTyton North America, which includes fiber optic and copper assemblies, cable management and enclosures for data centers, broadband and Fiber to the X (FTTx) as well as enterprise and local area network installations.
He has worked in the optical communications market for over 30 years including design, engineering, manufacturing and implementation as well as involvement with copper connectivity and network solutions and standards committees.
Organizations: AFCOM, BICSI, Fiber Broadband Association