Incredible Bend Radius – Micro Armored Fiber

Check out this comparison between TiniFiber® Micro Armor Fiber™ bend radius and conventional Aluminum Interlocking Armor (AIA) TiniFiber® is a US patented Micro Armor Fiber™ Optic Cable company that has developed the next generation innovative multi-usage fiber optic cable solution. Our company produces fiber optic cables for high profile projects as well as for integrators and distributors in the US market. …

Close Up of How to Strip TiniFiber: TF12-OS2-PU

Learn how to strip TiniFiber® – TF12-OS2-PU [Also compatible with TF12-OM1-PU, TF12-OM3-PU, & TF12-OM4-PU] Our cable is built around the smallest OD and lightest stainless steel Micro Armor Fiber™ for superior durability, bendability, ruggedness as well as being crush and rodent resistant for all project usages. TiniFiber® is a US patented Micro Armor Fiber™ Optic Cable company that has developed …

Customer Success: Smart Choice Works with TiniFiber to Provide Superior Service to Clients

At TiniFiber®, our mission is to create a revolutionary change in the usage and cost/value proposition of protecting fiber optic investments. That’s why we’re always proud to showcase our clients and partners who are achieving success with our Micro Armor Fiber™ solutions! Smart Choice is an end-to-end telecommunications consulting and management company that provides a full range of innovative infrastructure design, voice and …

Intro to TiniFiber® Micro Armor Fiber™

TiniFiber® is a US patented Micro Armor Fiber™ Optic Cable company that has developed the next generation innovative multi-usage fiber optic cable solution. Our company produces fiber optic cables for high profile projects as well as for integrators and distributors in the US market. Watch as our CEO Chris Peterson demonstrates the strength and flexibility of TiniFiber compared to traditional armored fiber, and …

The Trouble with Patch Cords

The performance of a fiber optic network can be severely undermined when the patch cords used for interconnects and connecting communications equipment are mistreated. Over the years, we’ve come to realize that it’s all too easy for IT organizations to take patch cords for granted. Because they’re relatively inexpensive and viewed as a commodity, they’re usually not tested properly (if …