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Category Archives: MPO MTP
The market turning to 40G/100G transmission is imperative in today’s gigabit Ethernet applications. MTP cabling assemblies, with their overwhelming advantages, provide a fast, simple and economical upgrade path from 10 Gigabit to 40 or 100 Gigabit applications. As we all … Continue reading
With the prevalence of cloud computing and big data, there comes a more demanding request for high-speed transmission and data capacity than ever since. In this case, 40/100G networks are more commonplace and now become a trend and hotspot for … Continue reading
Cabling component selection actually serves as the very primary stage of installing the system, and it can pose continuous impact on the reliability and flexibility of the whole network. It is sometimes overwhelming for installers to narrow down and select the right … Continue reading
Currently, migration to 40G/100G network has become the popularized and irresistible tendency for data center cabling system. Which brings the quest for greater bandwidth and higher density fiber optic connectivity within data centers and optical networks. Then, how to make … Continue reading
The MPO (multi-fibre push-on) cabling system is an easy-to-use solution based on a high density connector and ribbon-fiber cables with 12 cores. These plug and play solutions use micro core cable to maximize bend radius and minimize cable weight and … Continue reading
MTP cassettes and cable assemblies take their name from the MPO/MTP connector, designed and introduced as a performance version of MPO connectors. MTP fiber systems are truly an innovative group of products. Each MTP connector contains 12 fibers or 6 … Continue reading
MTP solution is a market where high quality, security and bandwidth are the most important requirements. The MTP fiber cable was introduced as 12 fibers across the connector face to support 6 duplex channels and have evolved to accommodate 24, … Continue reading
MPO/MTP stands for “Multiple-Fiber Push-On/Pull-off”. The purpose of MPO / MTP technology is that you can pull just 1 single cable with 8(for example) fibers. So instead of patching 8 seperate fiber cables, you only need patch 1 cable with … Continue reading