Rapid, Low-Cost Fiber Deployment – No Excavating or Trenching

Installing secure and reliable fiber broadband networks in complex environments has always been a challenge. Since the 1980’s fiber deployment options have not changed, yet the demand for fiber connectivity has increased exponentially. Meeting these demands requires innovative solutions.

TRAXyL, with its fiberTRAX patented technology, accelerates deployment of fiber broadband networks using any hardscape surface to “paint” your fiber highway – no excavating or trenching. The fiberTRAX on-demand technology is a quick and inexpensive way to install fiber broadband networks on streets, campuses, military bases, cell towers, and subdivisions.

This “Painting” Optical Fiber On Pavement webinar, on Wednesday, February 17, 2021, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET, is designed to give you real-world solutions and access to experts about rapid, low-cost fiber broadband deployment.

Networking For Future (NFF) has been providing information technology (IT) solutions, services, and staffing for over 25 years.  We’re pleased to host this unique opportunity for you to learn more about on-demand, cost-efficient fiber broadband deployment solutions, and hear from your IT peers about the benefits they’ve received and their future plans for fiber broadband deployment.

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Wednesday, February 17, 2021, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET


This is an online Webex event.


  • Chris Peabody – Chief Strategy Officer, Networking For Future
  • Daniel Turner – Chief Executive Officer, TRAXyL
  • Stephen Carter – Chief Operations Officer, TRAXyL
  • Tina Lyden – President & CEO, Elysian Fiber
  • Chris Novak – Network and Infrastructure Consultant


  • TRAXyL Story
  • Rapid, Low-Cost Fiber Broadband Solution
  • Elysian Fiber Case Study
  • Dulles Airport Car Rental Case Study
  • TRAXyL – Path Forward Innovation
  • Questions and Answers

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We’re looking forward to seeing you online.

Questions or Comments? Contact: marketing@nffinc.com

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“Painting” Optical Fiber on Pavement Webinar