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6 Benefits of Using a Micro Armor Fiber Cable

Fiber optic cables send information that has been converted into light beams from one place to another. Each beam of light follows a different path or mode as they travel down the tiny glass strands that are inside the fiber cable. Once they reach the other end, they are converted back into information and read…

5 Tips for Installing an Armored Fiber Cable

Think about the last time your internet went out at the worst possible time. Maybe you lost all your progress on an important project, or perhaps you're Zoom call cut out at the exact wrong time. Your internet can go out for a variety of reasons, but one common reason is damage to the fiber…

Tips on How to Properly Install Armored Fiber Optic Cables

Handling your armored fiber optic cable carefully is vital if you don't want to damage it during installation. So keep reading for tips on how to manage them. Did you know that the undersea cables that connect continents can sometimes be as long as 10,000 miles? Fiber optic cable can reach incredible distances. Thanks to…

The Benefits of Armored Fiber Optic Cables

Thanks to technology, digital information can travel at the speed of light. This may sound like a major achievement, however, there's one major issue to this technological innovation: Digital information travels through a fragile medium. Fiber optics consist of strands of pure glass that are used to transmit information from one point to another. This…

How Fiber Optic Cables Are Manufactured

Did you know that a fiber optic cable is made of one of the most abundant materials in the universe? Silicon is in everything from glass to computer chips. When it comes to fiber optic cables, it helps to create the fastest means of data transmission known to man. But there's more to it than…