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The deployment of 5G has been long anticipated for its exciting benefits: faster speed, better performance, lower latency, and a much more reliable service. However, we rarely talk about the importance of the network infrastructure behind 5G, which needs to be able to continuously support millions of devices at once. And yet, according to a […]

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When it comes to fiber installations, fiber contractors are front-liners and are the first respondents in dealing with troubleshooting of installation issues. Problems within a fiber connector can occur due to a wide variety of reasons, from contamination to macrobend. Because of this, even the most experienced installers will eventually encounter some challenges or problems […]

In an ideal world, all installations are flawless, and construction and commissioning should feel like plug-and-play with no need to test any of the network components or the cables that connect them. However, in the real world, we routinely encounter errors during installation projects, such as defective or damaged components, untrained or inexperienced installers, and […]

In a data center environment, there are several key considerations that go into whether to deploy a multimode fiber, short-wavelength or a single mode-fiber-based, long-wavelength optical network. As they continue to drive critical business processes with fiber-optic connectivity as their backbone to allow connection with link servers, storage systems, and switches, both data centers and […]

Despite the emergence of the internet of things (IoT) and increasing implementation of the first wave of 5G, the telecom industry is facing an inflection point and remains stuck in a low-growth mode. In fact, the decline in mobile voice services is expected to continue in the foreseeable future, which will largely offset the revenue […]

The Passive Optical Network (PON) is a telecommunication technology that is used to implement a point-to-multipoint architecture. In order to enable a single optical fiber, the system uses fiber optic combiners and splitters, which is then used to serve multiple end-users without the need for individual fibers between customers and the hub. The coverage range […]

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