To accommodate modern networks with extreme density, manufacturers of transceivers have developed ways to increase the number of fiber connections in a given footprint. These transceivers require equally dense fiber connectivity. Recent technology developments have shrunken the amount of real estate occupied by dual-fiber connectors, as well as array-style connectors. This article examines some of the latest fiber-optic connector styles that accommodate today’s highest-density networks.
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