AFL's SpiderWeb Ribbon® (SWR) Wrapping Tube (WTC) fiber optic cable combined with our mass fusion splicers can save you time in your fiber deployment.
Splice off featuring Pat, Loose tube fiber optic cable and the Fujikura 70S+ fusion splicer VS Robert, Spid...
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Instructions on how to coil AFL Wrapping Tube fiber optic cable for storage.
Instructions on the correct process of figure 8 Storage of the AFL Wrapping Tube Fiber Optic Cable (WTC). http://bit.ly/wtc-swr
Seán Adam, AFL's vice president of market strategy and innovations, wrote the feature article of ICT Today's April/May/June 2020 issue, focusing on the need for a rich optical fiber infrastructure.
US Internet is leveraging AFL's Wrapping Tube Cable (WTC) with SpiderWeb Ribbon® (SWR) fiber optic cable in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Wrapping Tube Cable (WTC) with SpiderWeb Ribbon has a smaller diameter, easier and faster to prep and splice and much more.
Splice off featuring Pat, Loose tube fiber optic cable and the Fujikura 70S+ fusion splicer VS Robert, SpiderWeb Ribbon (SWR) Wrapping tube (WTC) cable and the Fujikura 70R+ mass fusion splicer.
AFL investigates and documents each aspect of the cable joining and the ribbon fiber splicing process of ultra-high density fiber optic cable in data center applications and new access networks.
The August 2019 issue of Cabling Installation & Maintenance features AFL's Josh Simer, Service Provider Market Manager, on 5G deployments and the AFL solutions that will support the 5G infrastructure.
AFL enhanced its current MicroCore product line by adding Ruggedized MicroCore and Ruggedized MicroCore with SpiderWeb Ribbon® Technology to its offering.
This Application Note will specifically address the default polarity of the ASCEND high density platform, as well as basic architecture of systems with both SFP and QSFP transceivers.
Product brochure for the ASCEND platform, a modular, high-density, rack-mount solution designed for data centers, central offices, headends and structured cabling networks.
Cabling Installation & Maintenance features article by Seán Adam, AFL's VP of Market Strategy and Innovation, on the challenges of a high density infrastructure and AFL's high density solutions.
Instruction for installation of trunk cables for the ASCEND™ modular, high-density rack-mount solution. Learn more: http://bit.ly/AFL-ASCEND
Patch cord installation on the ASCEND fiber housing, AFL's high-density rack-mount solution. Learn more: http://bit.ly/AFL-ASCEND
AFL's OSP MicroCore® tonable cables allow network owners that deploy these high-density fiber cables within their underground cabling system the ability to locate them.
Stephen Martin, Senior Product Manager for Enterprise Fiber Optic Cables at AFL, explains the cost-saving benefits of using OSP MicroCore® LMHD-Series Fiber Optic Cable.
The Indoor/Outdoor Riser Sub-unitized MicroCore is a high fiber count cable, ideal for indoor and indoor/outdoor applications.
Microtechonology Reference Guide for AFL OSP MicroCore® and DURA-LINE MicroDucts
AFL’s OSP MicroCore® innovative technology and demonstration videos.
The video demonstrates the mid access procedure for the AFL Outside Plant (OSP) 144 fiber MicroCore fiber optic cable.