The £91M Guided Busway linking Hougton Regis, Dunstable, Luton and Luton Airport was inaugurated on 24th September 2013.Claimed to be the second longest busway in the world and the longest in an urban environment, it was officially opened by the Transport Minister Norman Baker MP. Fibre Options provided a complete fibre optic infrastructure along the .. read more
Fibre Options has been selected by Calix as their partner to promote their innovative range of access products into the the UK market. Calix are the predominant supplier of FTTH access equipment for both point-to-point Ethernet and GPON networks in North America, with over 60% of deployed networks utilising their equipment.
Fibre Options will be exhibiting at the Next Gen Roadshow taking place at the River Centre, Tonbridge, Kent on 20th May 2011. The Next Gen Roadshows are a series of conferences and exhibitions taking place around the country to highlight the opportunities and benefits afforded by next generation broadband. The Fibre Options team will be .. read more
The Company has recently installed 37 redundant RS-485 serial transmission to support a highly critical fire alarm detection system around one of the UK’s largest ports. The sophisticated serial transmission devices ensure continuiity of operation in the event of a fibre failure by automatically detecting a loss of signal and re-routing the signal through the .. read more
Fibre Options have recently replaced a network that we installed over 10 years ago to support analogue cameras and serial data with a redundant Gigabit Ethernet ring network. The network of 37 nodes spans a fibre length of over 10kms and will provide resilient transmission for the clients IP CCTV cameras, wireless communications and monitoring .. read more
We offer the entire range of GE Security Fiber Products (formerly Fiber Options) and can provide technical support and assistance.
Fibre Options have recently supplied a sophisticated optical matrix switch to one client who will use it for on-the-fly re-configuration of their broadcast circuits. The 96×32 matrix switch features “hitless” switching and can be controlled remotely from anywhere on the client’s network.