Preconnectorized Solutions: The Answer to Time Consuming Network Upgrades

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Corning White Paper, Preconnectorized Solutions

Demand for broadband connectivity everywhere people live, work and play is skyrocketing. Traditional methods of FTTH deployment (e.g., fusion splicing in the field) are either too slow, or too expensive, to keep up with demand.

Enter preconnectorized fiber solutions by planning and designing in advance, time-consuming labor can be replaced by precision-manufactured solutions, which enable quick and cost-effective deployments to any number of subscribers. In this paper, we’ll cover the necessary components of a preconnectorized FTTx deployment, and how it can unlock opportunity for operators and subscribers alike.

For additional information on Corning Optical Communications and their products, visit www.corning.com.


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