Fiber Optic Cable

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Corning Cable Systems Fiber Optic Cables Receive Continued Listing for USDA Rural Development Telecommunications Borrowers

Corning Cable Systems loose tube and ribbon cables meet revised Code of Federal Regulations section 7 CFR 1755.900 requirements HICKORY, N.C. Corning Cable Systems LLC, part of Corning Incorporated's (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, is pleased to announce that its outside plant loose tube, all-dielectric self-supporting, ribbon and service drop fiber optic cables will continue to be listed...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Corning Applies Bend-Insensitive Fiber Innovation to Create Cutting-Edge Data Center Solution

Company to launch product solution allowing for up to 35 percent faster deployment CORNING, N.Y.- Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) today announced worldwide a new optical fiber data center solution that addresses the critical issues facing today's chief information officers (CIOs) and also will meet the demands of tomorrow's data centers. The data center solution is enabled by Corning's...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Preterminated Optical Cabling facilitates fast deployment.

Designed for data centers, high-density LANscape® Pretium® Evolved-Density, Growth-Enabled (EDGE) solutions feature preterminated multi-fiber assemblies, or trunks, with minimum bend radius as small as 5 times OD of cable. Cable can be tightly routed around corners and bends, and extra slack can be coiled without causing attenuation. Interconnect cables offer bend radius of up to 8 times OD,...

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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments
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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments

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Fiber Optic Cables feature bend insensitive design.
Electronic Components & Devices

Fiber Optic Cables feature bend insensitive design.

Featuring HLC SCRATCHGUARD technology, Bend Insensitive Trunk Cables are suited for data centers, CATV headends and private networks. Cables utilize Draka's bend insensitive fiber in both 10X and 100X versions. They can be configured in loose tube or tight buffered designs with various fiber counts and lengths, and are supported with all standard fiber optic connectors including SCAPC HLC.

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Megladon HLC

Austin, Texas, January 29, 2009 - Megladon's signature HLC SCRATCHGUARD fiber optic patch cables were utilized in durability testing simulating an in-field 1000 mating requirement. Multiple mating scenarios are experienced by network installers and maintenance personnel when certifying or troubleshooting fiber optic networks. The durability test was initiated using SM SCHLC processed connectors...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Corning Cable Systems to Highlight Innovation in LAN and Data Center Applications at BICSI 2009 Spring Conference and Exhibition

MAY 7, 2009 HICKORY, N.C. Corning Cable Systems LLC, part of Corning Incorporated's (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, will feature its innovative local area network (LAN) and data center solutions at the BICSI 2009 Spring Conference and Exhibition, May 10-13, in Baltimore. In its interactive exhibit (booth #115), Corning Cable Systems will showcase its Plug & Play(TM) Universal Systems, a...

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Electronic Components & Devices

New 24 Fiber Nanocore(TM) Optical Cable from Hitachi Cable Manchester for Infiniband(TM) 12X QDR Active Optical Cables

Hitachi Cable Manchester (HCM), a leading manufacturer of copper and fiber optic cables, recently announced the release of a 24 fiber Nanocore(TM) Single Jacket-style cable, increasing the breadth of the Nanocore(TM) line of fiber optic cable perfectly suited for Infiniband and other Active Optical Cables (AOC). The company's new cable product comes in response to technology developments that are...

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