Fiber Connection - Apr 25th, 2023
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April 25, 2023
CommScope and Corning are investing nearly $550 million combined and creating hundreds of new jobs in America to build the fiber-optic cables that will help close the digital divide.
New white paper report compares microtrenching against other deployment methods as a valuable option in the fiber broadband construction toolkit.
STL says its new 180-micron G657 A2 fiber yields microcables that combine superior bend insensitivity characteristics with backward compatibility to ease deployment, which can be deployed in 8-mm ducts.
The Cabling Podcast sits down with Josh Snowhorn, founder and CEO at Quantum Loophole, an operator of data center campuses in the gigawatt scale.
BICSI will host a wireless-themed educational event in Everett, WA on June 9 and a data center-themed educational event in Baltimore on June 23.
VeEX says its FL41 Optical Fault Locator is applicable in a variety of fiber verification scenarios, including measuring PON drop fibers and short fibers in LAN/WAN applications.
North Carolina service expansion will furnish portions of Wilmington and Carolina Beach, as well as the communities of Ogden, Myrtle Grove, Castle Hayne, and Wrightsboro, with $56 million worth of advanced fiber-optic network cabling and connectivity.
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