OPGW Cable de Guarda
Utilizado en la construcción de enlaces de fibra óptica en líneas aéreas de transmisión de 35 kV y más.
Utilizado para instalación en líneas aéreas de distribución y alta tensión, así como en catenarias ferroviarias.
Utilizado para sistemas de supervisión de fibra óptica.
A Prueba de Fuego
Se utiliza en instalaciones estacionarias donde la fibra óptica necesita una protección suplementaria contra daños mecánicos.
Utilizado en ductos, bandejas, bloques, túneles, canales de recogida, sin riesgo de ataques de roedores.
Utilizado en ambientes hostiles con riesgo de impactos mecánicos: en terrenos de todos los tipos, pantanos, ríos no navegables.
Rígido pero suficientemente flexible para ser instalado en microductos.
Utilizado en zonas marinas (plataforma costera y aguas profundas), en ríos navegables, en lagos y cuencas de almacenamiento de agua, en ambientes hostiles, pantanos y ríos no navegables.
Aéreo Figura 8
Utilizado en instalaciones aéreas: líneas eléctricas, postes de alumbrado, entre edificios y construcciones. Apto para líneas aéreas de transmisión e instalaciones de energía en versión dieléctrica.
Utilizado dentro de edificios (incluidos tramos verticales), en bandejas, canales, en los lados exteriores de los edificios, así como en ductos, tubos y bloques. Apto para soplar en tubos protectores de polietileno.
Utilizado en instalaciones aéreas: torres de las líneas de alimentación, postes de alumbrado, entre edificios y construcciones.
Módulo óptico de acero, cable revestido y cable óptico temporal.
28 septiembre 2017
Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) today announced a significant milestone – delivering its 1 billionth kilometer of optical fiber. The company celebrated with an event at its optical fiber manufacturing facility in Wilmington, North Carolina, the world’s first optical fiber manufacturing facility, which today remains one of the world’s largest.
Corning invented the first low-loss optical fiber in 1970, which helped launch the age of optical communications and ultimately transformed the way the world creates, shares, and consumes information. Since that time, Corning optical fiber has been deployed in hundreds of thousands of networks across the globe, from long-haul and submarine networks to access networks and data centers.
«The invention of optical fiber ushered in a communications revolution», said Wendell P. Weeks, Corning’s chairman, chief executive officer, and president. «This life-changing innovation began with a group of people who had the audacity to believe it was possible to transmit a beam of light down a hair-thin strand of silica with minimal signal loss. Yet in 1970, I don’t think even our most visionary scientist could have imagined the speed or carrying capacity of today’s fiber – or that Corning would one day be celebrating delivering its 1 billionth kilometer. Today, we continue to transform the way the world connects with ongoing fiber innovations and end-to-end optical solutions. In fact, I believe we’re just getting started.»
In an increasingly connected world, optical fiber is the backbone of telecommunications networks. A single optical fiber link can carry 20 terabits of data per second – enough to support 4 million simultaneous HD video streams – and that capacity is growing. Optical technology has enabled instantaneous video downloads, online gaming, and always-on high-speed consumer services, as well as life-changing applications such as telemedicine, telecommuting, and smart city technology.
With its virtually unlimited bandwidth-carrying capacity, durability, and simple installation techniques, optical fiber will be critical in building next-generation networks and delivering the technologies to enable 4G densification and the transition to 5G, fiber-to-the-home amenities, and advanced business services.
Today, Corning remains the worldwide market leader and is the most widely deployed brand of fiber. Through continued fiber innovation and deep customer relationships, Corning reached the 1 billion kilometer milestone. Keeping its focus on the future, the company will continue to invest in its optical communications business to retain its industry leadership position.
Forward-Looking and Cautionary Statements
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About Corning Incorporated
Corning (www.corning.com) is one of the world’s leading innovators in materials science, with a 166-year track record of life-changing inventions. Corning applies its unparalleled expertise in glass science, ceramics science, and optical physics along with its deep manufacturing and engineering capabilities to develop category-defining products that transform industries and enhance people’s lives. Corning succeeds through sustained investment in RD&E, a unique combination of material and process innovation, and deep, trust-based relationships with customers who are global leaders in their industries.
Corning’s capabilities are versatile and synergistic, which allows the company to evolve to meet changing market needs, while also helping our customers capture new opportunities in dynamic industries. Today, Corning’s markets include optical communications, mobile consumer electronics, display technology, automotive, and life sciences vessels. Corning’s industry-leading products include damage-resistant cover glass for mobile devices; precision glass for advanced displays; optical fiber, wireless technologies, and connectivity solutions for state-of-the-art communications networks; trusted products to accelerate drug discovery and delivery; and clean-air technologies for cars and trucks.