MaxCell is the only flexible fabric innerduct system designed specifically for the network construction industry.
The unique fabric construction allows MaxCell to conform to the shape of cables placed within, greatly reducing the wasted space associated with rigid innerduct.
Today’s network owners and builders use MaxCell to increase their cable density by as much as 300%. Faced with the challenge of deploying new infrastructure while minimizing investment costs, using MaxCell will:
• Reduce the number of conduits required for new network construction
• Minimize the need for additional conduit in occupied applications
• Enable incremental deployment to match system requirements
Over 100 million feet of MaxCell innerduct has been successfully installed around the globe in a variety of applications including:
• Cable TV
• Wireless Backhaul
• University, Corporate, and Hospital campuses
• Military and Government installations
• Save on network construction
• Eliminate new network construction
• Place 300% more cables
• Install MaxCell 2x faster
• Use 30% less manpower
• Reduce freight and storage costs
As the pioneer in fabric innerduct technology, MaxCell has the industry experience and know how to develop unique solutions for specific application issues. Whether overbuild of an existing network or the deployment of cable in a new FTTH system, MaxCell can help you provide the right product and right design to maximize the efficiency of your assets.
Independent surveys and actual field experience prove that MaxCell is a revolutionary product that reduces material and labor costs by 50% and more in most applications. Installers and network engineers can cut conduit installation time in half, and increase cable installation speed.
If you want to increase your productivity and boost your bottom line, MaxCell is the solution.
Who’s Using Maxcell®
Since MaxCell’s introduction in 1999, over 100 million feet of product equaling over 250 million feet of channel has been deployed. From large telecommunications companies to small municipalities, MaxCell offers an innovative solution to the global marketplace. With products designed to provide present and future value in network design, we continue to expand the market segments in which we participate.
And it’s not just product. Our customers understand that when using MaxCell, they get access to some of
the best support in the industry. Our sales and technical staff not only make recommendations that are the most economical and beneficial for long term design, but they will also provide on site training and field installation support. That’s because we treat our customers how we’d like to be treated.
Cable service providers have used MaxCell for over ten years in virtually every known conduit application in their market including from large cable, urban, backbone cabling; thru choke points of river bores, bridge and railroad crossings; to suburban fiber to the home applications.
As the CATV service environment migrates from coaxial to fiber, MaxCell is strategically important for minimizing additional plant costs by reducing or eliminating the need for additional or new conduits in underground applications.
Government and Military
Since 2000, MaxCell has been used in over 200 military and government installations around the world. From the largest US bases in the United States, Europe, and the Pacific; to current deployments in the Middle East; and to remote outposts representing some of the harshest telecom environments in the world, MaxCell has been the preferred Innerduct solution for over a decade. With the knowledge that MaxCell is far less expensive to transport and install, and represents significant overall cost savings wherever the project is happening, engineers and contracting officers continue to specify fabric Innerduct for use in government telecom projects.
With industry leaders such as AT&T, NTT, and Verizon among the global telecom giants using MaxCell, it’s no wonder that is one of that fastest growing products in the network deployment industry.
MaxCell applications include FTTH, Central Office backbone, and Curb-to-Building deployments. And by “piggy-backing” MaxCell in copper deployments, carriers can place the technology they need now while reducing the construction costs required for future fiber optic deployment.