Active Optical Cabling supports high performance computing.
Electric Cable Assemblies

Active Optical Cabling supports high performance computing.

Intended for 40 Gbps applications, Moray(TM) 4-lane QSFP+ Active Optical Cabling Assemblies incorporate 780 mW transceiver, which utilizes Silicon CMOS Photonics technology that has integrated opto-electronic chip with directly attached fiber and micro-packaged laser. Unlike optics that utilize VCSELs and multi-mode fiber for short connections, Moray's single chip transceivers support distances...

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Fiber Optics

Fiberoptic Slipring

Fiberoptic Systems was invited by the customer to participate in the design and manufacture of a datalink to provide high speed bi-directional data between the base of an 'azimuth' 3D laser scanner and its rotating vertical scanning component with the following features: - compatible with commercially available WDM bi-directional transceiver modules - low loss in the gap - no optical 'hotspots' -...

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Fiber Optic Cables support high-speed data centers.
Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Optic Cables support high-speed data centers.

Compatible with MPO-style multifiber connectors, Micro Fiber Cables are non-preferential bend, plenum-rated cables that incorporate color-coded 250 micron fibers. Cables cover broad range of fiber counts from 12-72 fibers and support ribbonization/connectorization practices. Designed and tested to Telcordia Technologies GR-409 CORE and ANSI/ICEA S-83-596-2001, MFC Series may utilize MaxCap-BB 850...

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Electric Cable

Aluminum Hybrid Feeder Cable targets remote radio heads.

HYBRIFLEX combines optical fiber and DC power for Remote Radio Heads in single lightweight aluminum corrugated cable. Composite fiber and power cable directly integrates grounding function, and allows operators to connect up to 3 sectors. Designed according to standard RF feeder diameter, product is compatible with RFS CELLFLEX LCF ½ in. and LCF 7/8 in. feeder accessories.

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How to Effectively and Efficiently Clean Heat Exchangers, Part I
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How to Effectively and Efficiently Clean Heat Exchangers, Part I

For refineries and petrochemical plants, cleaning heat exchangers is a dirty job but somebody has to do it. While there are many approaches on how to clean shell and tube heat exchangers, it is indisputable that the right method is absolutely critical for ensuring that equipment is fully operational. Otherwise, you could end up with a potential equipment shutdown, which will cost you time and money. In this three-part series, you will learn about the various benefits, methods, and obstacles involved in heat exchanger cleaning. Part one introduces the fundamentals of cleaning, as well as explores the pros and cons of on-site versus off-site services. Download the first of this three series to assist you in finding the best solution for your dirty job here.

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Fiber Optic Connectors

Corning Cable Systems to Highlight Leadership in Data Center and LAN Applications at Interop Las Vegas

HICKORY, N.C. - Corning Cable Systems LLC, part of Corning Incorporated's (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, will feature its innovative data center solutions at Interop Las Vegas, April 25-29. In its interactive exhibit (booth #1859), Corning Cable Systems will showcase Pretium EDGE(TM) Solutions for data center applications. Enabled by Corning® ClearCurve® multimode fiber, Pretium EDGE...

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Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies

OFS Specialty Photonics Division to Exhibit for the First Time at the 2010 ASLMS Expo

AVON, Conn. - OFS, Specialty Photonics Division (OFS), a leading provider of specialty optical fiber, cable, and assemblies, will exhibit for the first time at the 2010 American Society for Laser, Medicine, and Surgery Conference (ASLMS); located in Phoenix, Arizona, on April 15-17. OFS will showcase its HCXtreme(TM) optical fiber, cable and assemblies designed specifically for the medical...

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Wire Cable and Fiber Rope

Fiber Optic Cable meets ARINC 802 specifications.

Incorporating 62.5 micron multimode, graded-index optical fiber, FlightLink(TM) Cable features tight buffer construction that eliminates kinking of loose tube construction. Cable operates from -55 to 125°C and meets or exceeds ARINC 802 specification, including size, weight, smoke, toxicity, and flammability. Suited for pressurized and non-pressurized areas of aircraft, cable can be used for...

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Fiber Optic Cable

ABB Wins $110 Million Order for Power Link to Offshore Platform

Cable connection to supply Goliat platform with electricity from Norwegian mainland Zurich, Switzerland, April 6, 2010 - ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won an order worth $110 million from Eni Norway AS, to build a power link between a new oil and gas platform in the Barents Sea and the Norwegian power grid. The order was booked in the first quarter. The Goliat...

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Electric Cable

Singlemode Fiber Cables operate at all telecom wavelengths.

Draka ezDISTANCE(TM) Ultra Low Loss cables operate across wide range of temperature extremes while maintaining G.652 backwards compatibility. They perform across 1,260-1,625 nm wavelengths, with attenuation value of finished cable at 0.19 dB/km at 1,550 nm. Suitable for networks such as high channel count 40G and 100G long-distance routes or dark fiber networks, cables are fully-compliant with...

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Electrical Enclosures

Corning Cable Systems to Highlight Innovation in Fiber-to-the-Antenna Solutions at CTIA Wireless 2010

HICKORY, N.C. - Corning Cable Systems LLC, part of Corning Incorporated's (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, will feature its innovative Evolant® Solutions for Wireless Networks including fiber-to-the-antenna at CTIA Wireless 2010®, Mar. 23-25, in Las Vegas. In its exhibit (booth #3950), customers will be able to see exactly where Evolant Solutions for Wireless Networks fit into their...

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3Sixty Mission Critical Launches New Service Offering UPS as a Service As A Cost Effective Alternative to UPS Equipment Ownership
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3Sixty Mission Critical Launches New Service Offering UPS as a Service As A Cost Effective Alternative to UPS Equipment Ownership

At 3Sixty Mission Critical, we specialize in maintaining the performance and uptime of our customers mission-critical applications. Our services are comprehensive and designed to take on the entire burden of maintenance. Our UPS as a service is just another example of how we develop out of the box solutions to help our customers operate more efficiently; see our video to earn more.

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