Fiber optic cable has a major role to play in the telecommunications infrastructure in both Australia and New Zealand with the roll out of the National Broadband Network (NBN) in Australia and Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) and UFB in New Zealand. Fiber optic solutions in rural areas are a priority of the government and Marais has the all the necessary equipment to provide successful installations around each country.
With the help of the Marais Group’s Cleanfast and Side Cut Micro-trencher, the New Zealand Government is developing world-class telecommunication networks across the country for residents, businesses and schools.
For more information about the micro-trenching work that Marais Laying Technologies is involved in throughout New Zealand, or to learn more about New Zealand’s Ultra-Fast Broadband Program (UFB) in Napier, Lower Hutt and Wellington visit Chorus website.
Have a look at Chorus video to discover the advantages of reducing cover trenching with the Marais Micro Trencher RT100 here.
To learn more about Kelson pilot project click here.