Blog Posts

  • Mobility

    Benoit Binet Sep 9, 2019

    How do you build a new railway network? (without bringing the city to a standstill)

    Building a brand new railway in a city is like performing open heart surgery while the patient is running a marathon. How can disruption be minimised?

  • Telecom and Data

    Mike Connaughton, RCDD, CDCD Sep 2, 2019

    Building data centres better and faster with Nexans’ Optical Fibre Assembly service

    Today, some data centres can be built in just 6-9 months – compared to 12-18 months only a few years ago. The reason is simple: if you are running an IT, telecom or a digital business where physical infrastructure is critical for core operations, whenever it’s not working, you lose money and maybe even customers. To support our clients in this race for speed and efficiency, Nexans developed an Optical Fibre Assembly Service that allows data centres to get up and running faster and smoother than ever before.

  • Energy

    Benjamin Fitoussi Jul 16, 2019

    Paving the way to safer Europe with Construction Products Regulation

    Ensuring the same level of safety for every citizen in every country is only possible with regulations like the CPR. Nexans has been committed to improving fire safety across all countries in which we operate pushing the limits of our products and investing in the development of our cutting-edge fire testing laboratories

  • Telecom and Data

    Harvey McDowell Jul 12, 2019

    Finding the right fit: A strategic approach to customer partnerships

    To understand its position in the marketplace, a company should be able to summarize its strategic mission in one sentence. For Nexans Data Center Solutions, it might sound like this: “Think like a local partner, act like a global supplier”. This approach reflects our belief that a true partnership can only be based on shared values and vision.

  • Telecom and Data

    Steven Vermeulen Mar 12, 2019

    The World Wide Web turns 30… what's next?

    On 12 March 1989, CERN, one of the world’s largest centres for scientific research, received a proposal from Tim Berners-Lee outlining an innovative way of linking and sharing information over the Internet. This laid the foundation for what we now know as the World Wide Web (WWW). Over the last 30 years, this technology has become irreplaceable almost everywhere in the world, attracting an increasing number of users and contributing to the explosion of data.

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