Latest Optical fiber cable Stories

2013-05-21 23:25:41

Hitachi Cable America has recently released a new Premise and Fiber Optic Cable Catalog, including a variety of new products and information. Manchester, NH (PRWEB) May 21, 2013 Hitachi Cable America Inc. has released a new Premise & Fiber Optic Cable Catalog. The 105-page catalog includes part numbers and descriptions for copper and fiber optic communication cables manufactured at the Manchester, New Hampshire, U.S.A. manufacturing facility. The catalog also includes a conduit fill...

2013-05-17 23:16:28

Hitachi Cable America, a unit of Hitachi Cable Ltd., has recently announced the release of a new line of halogen-free, heat resistant LAN cables. Manchester, NH (PRWEB) May 17, 2013 Hitachi Cable is announcing a new lineup of halogen-free heat resistant LAN cables for rolling stock as a part of our related product lineup. The products in this new lineup are highly heat resistant and can withstand temperatures of 90 deg C and satisfy the fire safety standards required in the EN*1. As...

2013-05-16 23:30:33

Hitachi Cable America has recently announced a new line of SMPTE cable built to SMPTE 311 specifications for the broadcast industry. Manchester, NH (PRWEB) May 16, 2013 Hitachi Cable America Inc. is pleased to introduce a line of SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) cable for the broadcast industry. Built to the SMPTE 311 specifications, the cables utilize bend-insensitive optical fiber from Corning Optical Fiber. This feature, combined with Hitachi Cable´s...

2013-05-03 23:04:20

L-com has greatly expanded its offering of MPO and fan-out fiber optic cables available off-the-shelf with over 130 new items in 8 family groups. Included are MPO male to male, female to female, and MPO to 6 or 12 fiber fan-out with SC, ST, or LC connectors. North Andover, MA (PRWEB) May 03, 2013 L-com, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, announced today that it has expanded its line of MPO fiber optic cables. Previously, L-com offered only...

2013-04-17 23:01:23

Unique design provides flexibility and high-density for fiber applications in a small amount of rack space. The shelf also facilitates a clear migration path from current to future technology, minimizing wasted investment. (PRWEB) April 17, 2013 All Systems Broadband recently announced the availability of its 4RU High-Density Shelf. The shelf exploits the extremely compact size of the company´s HiD4 cassette module to provide hundreds of fiber connections in space that is roughly one...

Data Routes On Information Superhighway Enhanced With New Dynamic Dual-core Optical Fiber
2012-12-19 16:31:45

Optical Society of America Light 'jumping the tracks' enables enhanced data processing, better sensing Optical fibers —the backbone of the Internet—carry movies, messages, and music at the speed of light. But for all their efficiency, these ultrathin strands of pristine glass must connect to sluggish signal switches, routers, and buffers in order to transmit data. Hoping to do away with these information speed bumps, researchers have developed a new, dual-core optical fiber...

2012-08-24 23:00:06

An unacceptable public safety fire hazard still exists with some offshore-manufactured communications cable installed in buildings. Independent laboratory testing of cable samples reveals catastrophic results when exposed to fire. Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) August 23, 2012 The Communications Cable and Connectivity Association (CCCA) announced today it has new evidence that the North American market for communications cable products continues to be undermined by certain offshore-manufactured...

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