Rala to unveil guide to delivering FTTH

Monday 11 February 2013 | 17:06 CET | News
Rala, a Swedish specialist in installations of fibre networks, will launch buildfibre.com, a user-friendly online guide to planning and delivering a FTTH project, at the FTTH Conference on 19 – 21 February in London. The service has been developed exclusively by Rala. As part of a special promotion for the FTTH Conference, Rala is inviting anyone with an interest to take a no-obligation free trial of the service. The buildfibre.com service runs on both Windows and Mac platforms as well as tablet formats.

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