Connectix Cabling Systems


Connectix Broadband Systems provide end-to-end FTTx solutions for Internet Service Providers and Altnet’s worldwide. Our wide range of solutions are designed to provide effective, cost-efficient connectivity and bandwidth capabilities to suit any New Build/Retro development.

Every property development is different and unique. Here at Connectix, we pride ourselves in our ability to collaborate with our customers and provide bespoke solutions suited to their individual application needs.

Connectix provide a full portfolio of products into the FTTx marketplace, supporting Altnets and ISP’s across the UK to deliver Britain’s Superfast Broadband future.

Our extensive Broadband portfolio starts from the datacentre or TE, incorporates Street cabinets, a full range of GPON / XGS-PON equipment, PIA approved ULW fibre cables, Drop cables, UG Direct burial / Duct fibre, Domes and Aerial Nodes, customer entry enclosures as well as our Discreet Fibre Cabling System - UFO (Unseen Fibre Optics) to meet your MDU or discreet installation needs.

Connectix is unique in its ability to work with our customers to design and develop bespoke solutions that are realised into fully functioning products in incredibly short time frames.

We provide stock, logistics, customer service, R&D and the production of Connectix Cabling Systems all from our 194,000 square foot head offices in Braintree, Essex. The Connectix team of mechanical and electrical design engineers use CAD and advanced prototyping to turn concepts into reality, staying at the forefront of technology and developing industry leading connectivity solutions.

Our 40,000 sq ft racks and enclosure factory features punch and fold production Amada machinery, automated sheet loaders and press brakes, while our spray paint and powder coating facility is state of the art. This facility allows us to provide specific metalwork solutions, to enhance the speed and ease of installation that is required in the FTTx marketplace.





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