OLT, ONU, ONT, SFU, HGU, ODN: What are They and the Differences?

When it comes to user-side equipment in broadband fiber access, we often see terms such as OLT, ONU, ONT, SFU, and HGU. What are they? What’s the difference? PON Components: OLT, ONU, ONT, and ODN A Passive Optical Network (PON) employs fiber optics and splitters to distribute data from a single source to multiple users

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data center cabling

Data Center Cabling Guide

Data center cabling involves the interconnection of data, voice, and video cables within a data center environment. In this article, we will discuss the fundamental principles of data center cabling. What Is Data Center Cabling? The physical aspect of linking every element within a data center is known as data center cabling. Establishing proper cabling

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Data center migration

Data Center Migration Challenges, Plan, Checklist and Tools

With the increasing requirements placed on IT departments, the availability of physical space has become limited within numerous data center facilities. Conversely, the rising significance of cloud services and hybrid clouds has prompted apprehensions regarding data center efficiency and utilization. Hence, the migration of data centers assumes a pivotal role in the IT strategy of

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MTP MPO cables

A Beginner’s Guide to MTP MPO Cables

In the dynamic landscape of data centers, the challenges posed by expanding bandwidths and intricate network connections are ever-present. The once reliable conventional LC cables, designed for dual-fiber patching, now find themselves inadequate for the task at hand. Enter the solution: MTP/MPO cables, revolutionizing the field by accommodating multiple fibers within a single multi-fiber MTP/MPO

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single mode fiber

Single Mode Fiber: Types and Applications

What is Single Mode Fiber? Single mode fiber (SMF), also known as monomode fiber, is a specialized optical fiber technology designed to transmit a solitary ray or mode of light at any given time. This type of optical fiber typically features a slender core with a diameter ranging from 8 to 10µm (micrometers), enabling propagation

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ADSS cable application

Introduction of ADSS Fiber Optic Cable (2023)

What is ADSS Fiber Optic Cable? ADSS fiber optic cable is All-dielectric Self-supporting Optical Cable. An all-dielectric (metal-free) optical cable is independently hung on the inside of the power conductor along the transmission line frame to form an optical fiber communication network on the transmission line, this optical cable is called ADSS. All-dielectric self-supporting ADSS

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A Beginner’s Guide to RJ45 Interface

Cables play a vital role in transmitting information across distances. To ensure successful transmission, proper connection to an RJ45 interface or RJ45 connector is crucial. The cable’s pathway requires termination with a connector, often an RJ45 jack, which can be plugged in. RJ45 connectors are commonly associated with Ethernet network cables and are sometimes referred

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lan cable

A Beginner’s Guide to LAN Cable

LAN cables have become ubiquitous across the globe. They are integral to establishing networks, whether for homes or businesses, by connecting to Ethernet ports on various network devices. This connectivity enables the seamless sharing of files, data, and information among these devices, while also facilitating Internet connections. In this blog, we aim to provide a

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