Fluke Networks stops production of DTX-1800 CableAnalyzer; NATE debuts safety training initiative

More installation, small cell, FTTP and equipment news from around the Web:

> Fluke Networks has announced that it is ending production of the DTX-1800 CableAnalyzer. Release

> The National Association of Tower Erectors has indicated that the training period for its Safety, Training, Accountability and Reliability Initiative will run from July 1 to August 31. Radio article

> Calix has announced some new Passive Optical Networking solutions. Release

> According to a new study by Ovum, the FTTx market is expected to exceed $1 billion this year, up from $953 million in 2014, driven by demand for the electronics used in GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Networking) deployments. Release

> C Spire, a wireless carrier that serves customers across most of Mississippi as well as Memphis and part of southern Alabama, has announced plans to roll out fiber-to-the-premises in Clinton, Miss. Release

> TE Connectivity showcased the FDH 4000 and FDH 3000 at the FTTH Show this week. The two products are part of a new line of fiber distribution hubs designed for higher fiber counts, improved mounting options and a smaller footprint. Release

And finally…  A golfer's attempt at throwing his clubs away ends badly. Alcohol may have been involved. Article

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