You know what's in loose tube fiber cable? A bunch of loose tubes filled with fiber. Makes sense, doesn't it? Now that we have that out of the way …
Cable management is vital for keeping your fiber optic network up and running. If you don’t take care of your cable, you face poor network signal and possibly downtime.
Infrastructure in legacy networks around the world needs to be updated to keep pace with user demands on bandwidth. Make sure you not only plan for today but also tomorrow.
When I first joined Amphenol Telect three years ago, I was struck by our E-Series and N-Series fiber distribution panels. They aren’t dense, they have been around forever, but the remarkable part of the product was the K-Link, or Kutsch Link.
Energy costs are on the rise and companies are looking for ways to reduce power consumption and operating costs. We’re seeing this happen frequently in companies using space and power in colocation facilities.
Choosing your fiber jumpers is no easy task. The fiber optic jumper cable you pick can affect how quickly data is transmitted from point to point.
5G will give wireless providers the opportunity to offer your end users more services, faster speeds, and better streaming and download capacities.
It’s the middle of the night and a weekend. You're awakened by a fuse alarm on a power panel in an unmanned hub in a less than desirable part of town. What do you do?
Insertion loss is one of those fiber-optic challenges that follows all network engineers, no matter where they're working. Whenever you have a connection of one fiber to another, you will incur insertion loss.
Ruth Bingaman, the Telect Product Manager for Power, reveals the benefit of monitoring DC power distribution at the circuit level.
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