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The New Datacom Imperative: Next Generation Optical

April 10, 2019 Maury Wood

In the March 19, 2019 edition of Lightwave Online, Maury Wood, senior product line manager at AFL's Test & Inspection Division, wrote this article on the rising consumer and industrial demand for internet cloud services and changes to physical layer transport technology have made 100% optical connector inspection an operational imperative, fast MPO inspection tools have appeared on the market to meet this critical need. 

About the Author

Maury Wood

Maury Wood is a Senior Product Manager at AFL where he is one of the leaders on development of MPO testing, inspecting and cleaning solutions. Before coming to AFL, Maury consulted in digital communications technologies at both systems and semiconductor companies, spanning the evolution from dial-up modems through xDSLAMs and 4G wireless basestations to data center optical transmission equipment.

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