Prysmian Group said Wednesday it is investing over $110 million U.S. in optical fiber plants and research to improve efficiency for its customers.
A world leader in energy and telecoms cable industry, Prysmian said it is continuing to work toward sustainability and innovative development with the launch of a newly expanded optical fiber production facility in Sorocaba Sao Paulo.
“The quality of the passive elements of an optical infrastructure is absolutely key to guarantee the sustainability of the telecom service and also to optimize the total cost of ownership of the network,” Prysmian Executive Vice President, Telecom, Philippe Vanhille said.
The Brazilian project is part of this ongoing global scheme to improve the performance of the group’s optical products and manufacturing processes, along with other excellence centers in the U.S., France, Italy and the Netherlands.
Prysmian provides the industry with 40 years of optical fiber and technology experience and innovation and is constantly looking to develop new technologies that run better and faster.
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