The Arizona Council of Innovation (ACTI) held its first annual Innovation
Event Tuesday, October 4th, 8am-3pm, hosted at the Conference Center
at Rio Salado in Tempe, Arizona. FNT Fiber Network Tools & Supplies,
answered ACTI's "Call to Innovators, submitting a new technology that met the
Council Selection Committee's criteria to save
money, time, simplify work and improve safety. FNT's Controlled Shear Point
(CSP) Breakaway Technology used for deployment in traffic cabinets or light
poles was selected as 1 of 14 Innovative products to be displayed and
demonstrated during the event. Read More
In 2005, FNT Fiber Network Tools was certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) as a Women Business Enterprise (WBE). On January 1, 2012, the company incorporated as FNT Fiber Network Tools and Telecom Supplies, Inc. In 2014, FNT received its diverse supplier certification as a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) through WBENC. FNT maintains annual certification for both WBE and WBENC to assist in expanding our services and products to telecom contractors, service providers, large corporations and government agencies around the world.
FNT was one of five businesses presented the 2012 Diverse Supplier Excellence Award for having built a record of outstanding performance in working with APS and its customers. FNT was recognized in the category of High Performance and Operational Excellence.
FNT is a distributor of telecommunication tools, equipment, consulting and supplies. During the past five years, FNT has supplied nearly 3,000 miles of cables for APS. Read More
FNT Tools in association with FNT Consulting Services has been serving the EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) community for military, government and law enforcement agencies since 2000. As proud members of the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators, FNT offers specialized training and support services to keep our fellow Bomb Technicians safe while handling highly volatile situations. FNT has been instrumental in developing procedures for safe and effective fiber optic line repairs on in-service robots that are currently used by the U.S. Justice Department's FBI, the U.S. DOD and Civilian Police Force Swat Teams across the United States and as far away as Okinawa Japan.