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TMCnet Dark Fiber Community Week in Review

By admin, May 14, 2012 11:54 pm

SPS acquires Jones Communications this week, Calix joins the Broadband Initiatives Program and Nortech Systems?(News – Alert) improves its Camera Link Line.

Strategic Products and Services (SPS) announced it acquired Jones Communications. The acquisition will combine quality customer service with technical expertise for services around the country. Jones was known as a leading cable and communications provider across Texas for the last 25 years. The company specialized in Nortel?(News – Alert) skills and competencies.

Calix announced it was chose to complete five broadband stimulus projects. The United States government is looking to improve broadband connections in rural areas with the Broadband Initiatives Program, using stimulus money to give rural companies and residents a boost. Calix?(News – Alert) projects will support $35 million of this program.

Nortech Systems announced that its Intercon 1 division introduced the MIL-DTL-38999, a circular connection option for Intercon’s Camera Link Line. The connector is designed for environmental applications and isolates the camera from the computer it is connected to.

UtilX Achieves 4 Million Foot Milestone on ComEd Reliability Program

By admin, December 29, 2011 1:36 pm

UtilX, a unit of its Utility T&D segment, has completed four million feet of cable remediation on the Commonwealth Edison system in conjunction with its partner, INTREN, Willbros Group has announced.

With injection of silicone-based fluid to enhance insulation and extend the cable life, UtilX remediates electric cables. In 2007, ComEd initiated an ATR Program (Assess, Treat or Replace) to improve reliability to customers by increasing performance of the poorer performing sections of its underground system either by URD cable replacement or through cable injection.

Their objective is to first try cable injection, and when that isn’t feasible, to replace the cable instead. ComEd expects this program to go on until up to 8,000 miles of aged cable have been addressed.

Specializing in energy infrastructure serving the oil, gas and power industries, Willbros Group, Inc. is a global contractor. To industry and government entities worldwide, the company’s offerings include engineering, procurement and construction (individually or as an integrated “EPC” service offering), refinery turnarounds, ongoing maintenance and other specialty services, the company stated in a press release.

Randy Harl, president and chief executive officer, remarked in a company press release, “With its proprietary cable injection services, UtilX provides improved reliability in the most cost effective manner. We are pleased to have achieved this milestone in support of ComEd’s ATR Program and we look forward to providing continued support for our customers in their cable restoration efforts.”

In other news, UtilX Corporation recently announced that it has surpassed the two billion dollar mark. Two billion dollars is the estimated dollar savings UtilX’ customers have achieved over the past twenty years utilizing UtilX’ patented CableCURE silicone injection technology to restore their aging power cables. online slots .

UtilX’ customers comprise many of the best known and largest power companies; three-quarters of the top 50 power utilities (based on miles of underground cable) in the United States benefit from this technology. MapReduce was designed by Google as a way of efficiently executing a set of functions against a large amount of how to recover deleted files in batch mode..

Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Jennifer Russell