Data Centers

Space: The next frontier in optical networks

The key challenge currently facing optical cable engineers is to fit as many optical fibres into as small a cable as possible’. Massive connection point distribution and optical fibre cable densification is occurring in access and data centre networks. Each connection point needs an optical fibre, so the number of fibre strands needed to deliver network connectivity is spiralling upwards, while space and physical pathways to route these fibres is fixed or rapidly being consumed.

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