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We all know the age-old scenario, right? If you could only have a few items to do everything you need to do, what would they be? This seems like a pretty tall task if you’re in the telecommunications industry but let’s indulge together for a second.

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When installing optical fiber cable for a network there are always questions to ask – like should we bury it or hang it?

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There are several aspects of fiber optic cable that need to be considered when choosing the correct type of construction for your project. Not only do you have to think of indoor versus outdoor applications, you also need to think of the physical characteristics that make up the cable.

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Every fiber technician has posed the question “what is the best way to clean fiber optic connectors?” With so many options available on the market it’s hard to choose which option is the most beneficial for your application.

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Whether you are a seasoned technician or you are a novice to fiber optics, training can benefit all levels of technicians. There are a number of different aspects of training that can assist fiber technicians with the always changing technology, getting credits that are needed to maintain certifications or to train people that are brand new to fiber optic technology.

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In the communications industry, size and flexibility really matter. If you can pack more data transmission into a smaller package with more flexibility of options, you’re ahead of the game.

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Have you ever had a need to extend your network infrastructure, but knew that your current cabling could not support the additional length and speeds required?

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When talking about interconnect boxes (also known as enclosures), there are a variety of options that can be used. Often, a common question asked by customers is which box would be best for their application.

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In the fiber industry, we have all probably seen the words plenum or riser in our day, as these are two of the most common jacket types in the United States. In Europe we are seeing more Low Smoke Zero Halogen cables being utilized.

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Working with fiber optics takes a delicate hand and some patience. One of the most used pieces of equipment is a fusion splicer.

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