Increasing density in patching fields provides many benefits, including optimising and reducing rack and floor space in data centres and other network facilities.
Warren & Brown Technologies high-performance optical fibre patch cords are available in singlemode, multimode, simplex and duplex.
The JDSU OLP-87 PRO is designed for the qualification, activation and troubleshooting of B-PON, E-PON, G-PON, XG-PON and 10G-EPON networks.
The government's plan for the nbn is a mess and recent events provide an insight into why the Prime Minister should heed the calls for change.
The Warren and Brown Technologies (WBT) optical fibre ducting raceway is an Australian-made solution designed for managing, routing and protecting fibre-optic cords between termination equipment, patch panels and fibre-optic splicing cabinets or frames.
nbn has achieved 1.1 Gbps speeds in a fixed wireless demonstration conducted in Ballarat, Victoria.
nbn has joined the global not-for-profit cable research and development body CableLabs.
nbn has partnered with Nokia to trial NG-PON2 fibre technology that could help nbn deliver symmetrical speeds of 10 Gbps to its fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) end-user premises.
Prysmian Group has delivered what it says is the densest and highest fibre count underwater optical cable ever made to provide broadband connection between Siu Sai Wan on Hong Kong Island and the Tseung Kwan O (TKO) Industrial Estate data centre hub located on the mainland.
The VeEX OPX-BOX+ is an ultracompact mini OTDR designed to operate remotely using Fiberizer software.
The Siemon LightBow mechanical splice termination kit includes a patent-pending, easy-to-use termination tool that dramatically reduces termination time while ensuring reliability.
nbn has signed two four-year Design and Construction Master Agreements (DCMA) to cover new housing developments and fibre links. Following a competitive multistage tender process, existing Multi-technology Integrated Master Agreement (MIMA) partners Fulton Hogan and Visionstream emerged victorious.
In underground mining, communications infrastructure is a vital component of the operation. Fibre-optic networks offer a reliable, high-speed, low-latency, intrinsically safe, interference-proof, flexible and modular option for evolving underground mine communication systems.
The SkyLaser line from ComNet consists of a prepackaged point-to-point kit to establish a fully symmetrical gigabit free-space optical (FSO) connectivity link.
The Coalition's national broadband network is a bad deal for Australia, said University of Melbourne Emeritus Professor in Electric and Electronic Engineering Rod Tucker.