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Do You Know Virtual Data Center?

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Data centers are important to our daily life and work. However, in traditional data centers, engineers are struggling with the need to use multiple tools to maintain the data cent

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A Good Fiber Optic Cleaver Helps Cut Out Costly Mistakes

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To get good fiber optic splices or terminations, especially when using the pre-polished connectors with internal splices, it is extremely important to cleave the fiber properly. If

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Optical Power Meter (OPM): A Must for Fiber Cable Testing

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Fiber optic cable is seeing broad adoption in telecom industry to feed insatiable demand for bandwidth. Test these massive fiber cables thus becomes the most frequent yet laborious

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Lower FTTH Cost and Increase Reliability With Tight Buffer Indoor/Outdoor Cable

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FTTH (Fiber to the Home) network connects a large number of end users to a central point known as an access node to provide the application and services of high speed. The links be

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The Era of Fusion Splicing Is Coming

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As fiber deployment has become mainstream, splicing has naturally crossed from the outside plant (OSP) world into the enterprise and even the data center environment. Fusion splici

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How Much Do You Know About Modular Data Center?

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Recently, the big movie “James Bond – Spectre” is being shown in China. In the film, a catastrophic explosion of data center earns Guinness World Record and attracts pe

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Drop Cable and Its Termination in FTTH

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Drop cable, as an important part of FTTH network, forms the final external link between the subscriber and the feeder cable. Choosing the right FTTH drop cable termination or inter

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How to Choose the Right Cat6a Cable for Your 10G Networks

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Dramatic growth in data center throughput has led to the increasing usage and demand for 10G network. Category 6a, also named Cat6a cable, is currently the preferred Ethernet cable

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Three Groups of Concept Comparisons Help You Better Understand Fiber Optic Splitters

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In passive optical network (PON), fiber optic splitter is used as a key component to divide the power of the light over multiple fibers which allows a single PON interface to be sh

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Choose 10GBASE-T Copper Over SFP+ for 10G Ethernet

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With the increase in server consolidation through virtualization in the data center, the resulting data demand has exceeded the traditional 1Gb/s throughput capability. 10G Etherne

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Don’t Neglect the Fiber Optic Dust Caps in Your Fiber Systems

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In fiber systems, in addition to the equipment and fiber optic components, fiber optic consumables are also very necessary. Fiber optic consumables such as fiber optic dust caps, f

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