photos from Guyana e-gov $6.4 billion fibre optic cabling disaster updating


the billionaire fibre optic neophyte

alexei ramotar, ceo of e-gov. qualifications? i am the president son

Heavy-duty cables can be buried directly or cables in ducts for extra protection can be installed using direct burial techniques. Cables can be supplied already in ducts for burial. An alternative technique is to bury duct and blow cables into the ducts as is done in underground installations.
Typically trunk cables in most areas are installed 3-4 feet deep (1-1.2 m), but in residential or urban areas, cables may be buried only 2 feet (0.6 m) deep. – Fibre Optic Association, Guide to Fibre Optics and Premises Cabling

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