Clearfield, Inc. (NASDAQ:CLFD), the specialist in fiber management, optical pathway and connectivity platforms for communication service providers, has introduced the FieldSmart Flex Box, the company said.
The flexible wall box affords service providers a quicker path to subscriber revenue with easier installation by interconnecting different types of media and pathways into a single fiber distribution and aggregation point. The Flex Box is Clearfield´s latest expansion of its FieldSmart Small Count Delivery (SCD) line of wall boxes.
Building upon the FieldShield pushable fiber and microduct pathway product line which links thousands of consumers to their broadband networks today, the FieldSmart Flex Box extends the Clearfield building block design philosophy to the Multi-Dwelling Units (MDU) or Multi-Tennant Units (MTU) environment — and will greatly benefit carriers looking to deploy fiber services in both dense urban environments and suburban developments.
The FieldSmart Flex Box efficiently integrates and distributes different types of media with a single, modular connection point. With removable aggregator plates, different fiber types pass through ports where fiber cascading or custom media applications are required.
The FieldSmart Flex Box accommodates direct connection of FieldShield Microduct that provides a fiber delivery pathway to quickly connect and deploy pre-terminated, factory-tested pushable and pullable FieldShield Fiber, via the Clearview Cassette, SmartRoute Plate, or the newly developed Drop Wheel technology. With the FieldShield Drop Wheel, service providers can now deliver multiple 900 Âµm fiber distribution lengths of up to 200 feet with a single SKU, removing the requirement of fiber slack management while still maintaining end-to-end, plug-and-play functionality.
Clearfield, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLFD) designs, manufactures and distributes fiber optic management, protection and delivery products for communications networks. Our “fiber to the anywhere” platform serves the unique requirements of incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECS), competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs), Wireless operators, and MSO/cable TV companies, while also catering to the broadband needs of the utility/municipality, enterprise, data center and military markets. Headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, Clearfield deploys more than a million fiber ports each year. For more information, visit www.SeeClearfield.com.