There is an ever-increasing demand for data. As such, a network infrastructure manufacturer has to be ready to take on the increased demand as it happens. It has to have the ability to take on various data-related demands, including broadband phone calls, video conferencing, live video chats, and various other data-rich actions. Fortunately, fiber optics technology has prepared for the constantly increasing demand for data and has been progressing at an incredible rate.
Testing the Limits of Physics
One of the most notable advances hails from a combination endeavor between the United States and the Netherlands. Both countries joined forces to progress transfer speeds at a rate of up to 255Tbps (yes, you read that right!) That’s a remarkably high speed. As a matter of fact, it’s so fast that it could carry the internet usage for the entire world on a single cable. The key here is that they aren’t relying on a sing-core fiber; instead, they are using a multi-core glass fiber, which a tremendous amount of data can flow through. Though this technology won’t be available for use extensively throughout cities, it is setting the stage for more advanced improvements that are positioned to impact the fiber optics marketplace.
The New and Improved Version
There are a lot of companies that have plans to upgrade their lines. In fact, some of the biggest cities in the world are projected to see cables that are capable of handling 400Gb/s in the near future. That is an incredible upgrade from the 10Gb/s that most companies currently use. That’s only a portion of the improvements. The more advanced fiber optic cables are also set to offer a host of upgrades and abilities that are positioned to make it exceptional.
These abilities include:
- 15.6 inch Full HD (1920x1080) 4-way NanoEdge bezel...
- Compatible with Google Classroom; run Google...
- Security – Though copper wire was useful, hackers could easily manipulate it. Instead, fiber optic cables use light, which means that they are not prone to interference. In fact, the only real way to break into a fiber optic cord is to physically break it. Because they use light to broadcast data, that light escapes when it is interfered with, which makes it much easier to see data breaches.
- Speed and Design – Fiber optic cables are much thinner and lighter than their copper predecessors. As a result, they are easier to wrap with a protective coating, and they are also easier to secure to poles. This is major for the US, where wires are still hung from poles, as their weight is a major concern. Not only are they lighter and safer to hang, but they can be thicker, which means that more data can be transferred.
- Dependability – Because data is sent through a glass core, it is protected from virtually all threats, which means there’s no reason to fear interference of any kind.
From business to gaming, advancements in fiber optic technology will change the way the world works. Stay current with the most recent information by visiting http://www.1000gig.com/news/.