25 February 2013

Tanzania: Fumo Fiber-Optic Products Enter Dar es Salaam

THE World famous fiber-optic products from Fumo Communications, have formally entered Tanzanian market and local telecom firms no longer need to import the items.

The Managing Director of Infratech Limited, Mr Edwin Kasanga, said this during an exhibition at the Diamond Jubilee Hall in Dar es Salaam, where Fumo Communication is taking part. Mr Kasanga said Fumo Communications, will run a workshop on copper and fiber optics structured cabling today at Proin Group Conference Hall at 32, Ursino Street, in Dar es Salaam.

The Fumo Communications, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr Thomas Morawski, named the products and their brands that will be availed to Tanzanians including Fiber Optics from Light Line brand, Copper from Silver Link brand, Cabinets Panels from Heavy Metal brand, Fiber to the Home by Home Run and Security from Security Technologies.

He said, Fumo Communications was established in 1996 as a production unit for fiber optic assemblies in southern Italy. Through the years, Fumo Communications extended its portfolio and global footprint and today it manufactures and distributes full end-to-end structured cabling solutions in various facilities around the world.

The Fumo Communications, Chief Technical Officer, Mr Herbert Kirchbeck, who accompanied his CEO to Tanzania, said, all their products were ISO-certified with quality marks to match the specifications of various telecom organisations, they have been produced by Outstandingly skilled, flexible production teams, equipped with tools and machinery of the latest innovations in fiber optic and copper workstations.

With the digital migration technology transfer from analogue to digital, everyone is left with no choice but to use copper and fiber optics in almost all communications devices such TV from AV cable to HDMI where one gets digital signals.

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