AFL offers unmatched end-to-end solutions to meet the demands of a fiber-to-the-x (FTTx) project. For electric utilities, enterprise, and service providers, we provide a full solution of passive components. This guide walks through some typical FTTx network solutions from the headend to “x” – for whatever you are taking fiber to, highlighting some of the typical passive AFL products that can be used for your network.
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The Apex closure line is designed to improve usability, decrease installation time, increase network reliability, and increase density of fiber splices, especially when coupled with AFL’s cables.
The Apex splice closure is designed to lower overall installation time with easier to use sealing and cable retention methods, along with industry-leading density.
In this blog, AFL's Dave Tanis discusses the factors that contribute to higher fiber count cables and how AFL's Wrapping Tube Cable with SpiderWeb Ribbon® meets that challenge.
In this follow-up blog, Dave Tanis explores the high-density fiber “ecosystem” that connects high fiber count cables into an optimized system delivering services.
in this video, AFL's Seán Adam, VP Market Strategy and Innovation chats with Janice Olivia, President, ISE Magazine about symmetrical gigabit broadband access.
In this video interview, AFL's Seán Adam, VP Market Strategy and Innovation chats with Janice Olivia, President, ISE magazine about #5G and how it is transforming our daily lives.
In this video, AFL's Seán Adam, VP Market Strategy and Innovation chats with Janice Olivia, President, ISE magazine about RDOF and how suppliers must adjust to the demand.
AFL's Sean Adam, VP Market Strategy and Innovation, chats with Janice Olivia, President, ISE Magazine about 5G, RDOF and symmetrical gigabit broadband access.
To understand why C-RAN and Edge Computing are happening, we need to look at the drivers of each, and when we do, we’ll see there isn’t necessarily an inevitable “collision.”
The Fujikura 90R Mass Fusion Splicer was recognized among the best in the industry with rating of 4 diamonds by the 2020 Broadband Technology Report's Diamond Technology Reviews.
The August 2020 issue of Lightwave magazine features AFL's Josh Simer on the need to plan for expandability, flexibility and accessibility in networks.
Join Tom and a special guest from a Tier 1 ISP to learn proper methods and best practices for cable routing within fiber management systems.
AFL solutions for building a service provider network with expandability, flexibility and accessibility to help combat black swan events, like COVID-19.
AFL helps customers design, build, and effectively manage successful FTTX networks that integrate voice, data, and video applications to keep consumers connected.
Seán Adam, AFL's VP of market strategy & innovation, kicks off a new 5G blog series that will focus on the emerging 5G ecosystem and infrastructure elements needed to transition to 5G.
Josh Simer, AFL's Service Provider Market Manager, continues the 5G discussion by reviewing the economic drivers of 5G.
The Fujikura 90R is the mass fusion splicer workhorse of the splicing world. As data demand continues to rise, the solution to handle the increased traffic is to increase fiber counts.
Designed to maximize productivity and minimize downtime, the new Fujikura splicers feature ergonomic improvements and other enhancements to automate operation.
AFL introduces the Fujikura 90S Core Alignment Fusion Splicer w/ Active Blade Management with the CT50 Optical Cleaver.
This study identifies a number of key elements where new cable technology notably impacts fiber optic network installation and maintenance costs.