Regional expansion for INNO Instrument Europe GmbH

Created October 9, 2019
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Optical connectivity solutions provider INNO Instrument Europe GmbH is expanding its footprint in Europe to capitalise on increased market demand for its installation and T&M products and services. The immediate expansion includes the opening of a new centre in Dusseldorf, Germany.

With the opening of the new facility, INNO Instrument Europe GmbH says it can provide more high-quality services and unrivalled calibration capabilities. This will enable operators in Europe and beyond to make further progress towards extending high-capacity fibre optic networks.

“The demand for high-bandwidth connectivity is increasing worldwide. To meet the demand for new 5G applications and services, operators are continuously upgrading high-capacity fibre optic networks,” pointed out Ethan Lee, technical sales manager at INNO Instrument Europe GmbH (pictured). “The successful deployment of these networks relies heavily on the tools and equipment which operators use to build, deploy and monitor networks. Over time we have seen increasing demand for advanced tools to deploy fibre optic network in record speeds and with greater reliability and accuracy.”

Specifically, the new Dusseldorf centre will initially enable INNO Instrument Europe GmbH to meet increasing demand for its OTDR product services, an area of expertise where calibration is unconditionally required. The new facility fully equips the calibration service with improved and faster inspection measurements and tools.

“Addressing customer needs is a top priority for the company to deliver a high-quality customer service which matches the quality of our most advanced, market-leading optical connectivity solutions,” added Lee. “Our expansion in Europe will help to provide more calibration and certification services for our products to match the growing need. It will also facilitate highly responsive repair services so we can deliver on our promise of providing reliable connectivity solutions throughout the customer journey. Our new centre in Dusseldorf is the first of many more facilities which we are looking to deploy across Europe over the coming years to meet growing demand.”

INNO Instrument Europe GmbH is part of the global company INNO Instrument Inc. It offers an extensive range of products that includes fusion splicers, OTDR testers, fibre cleavers and FTTH solutions.

For more information, visit www.innoinstrument.com

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by John Williamson

John Williamson is a freelance telecommunications, IT and military communications journalist. He has also written for national and international media, and been a telecoms advisor to the World Bank.