Sub-unitized Premise MicroCore using SpiderWeb Ribbon (SWR) Technology

Saturday, 01 April, 2017 | Supplied by: AFL Telecommunications Pty Ltd


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AFL Sub-unitized Premise MicroCore cables provide high-performance premise cabling. They enable even greater pathway density and allow the end user to realise savings in space, routing infrastructures and fibre management.

Each sub-cable is independently qualified and is suitable for individual routing paths within the rack/panel architecture. This flexibility of design and deployment is not available in comparable high-density designs. Designed for direct termination, and supportive of both single- and multi-fibre architectures, this cable family is capable of serving as the backbone in any deployed system.

SpiderWeb Ribbon (SWR) is a bonded fibre design allowing for either a highly efficient ribbonising application or for individual fibre breakouts. This flexibility allows for the application of a single cable design to cover a diverse set of applications. High-density round designs allow for the most efficient use of space and materials, resulting in a cost-effective solution.

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