APAR’s customised cable solutions based on customer specifications offer high-bandwidth applications for data centres, Internet Service Providers (ISP), Multiple Service Providers (MSO), telcos and cable TV networks.
In today’s advanced environment, fibre-optic cables are the main source of communication worldwide. This communication happens between organisations with multiple sites, telecom companies, cable TV providers, Fibre-to-the-Home, PSUs, MSOs and many other communication applications that require higher information carrying capacity (higher bandwidth). APAR’s customised cable solutions based on customer specifications offer high-bandwidth applications for data centres, Internet Service Providers (ISP), Multiple Service Providers (MSO), telcos and cable TV networks. APAR offers a wide range of cables including aerial, underground, micro duct, indoor and last mile connectivity applications.
|Application||Applications for fibre optic cables range from telephone call transmission (up to several million calls per cable), broadband connections, security camera and high speed data, video and audio transfer for computer networks.|
|Characteristics||The cable has a small diameter and weight, and is easy to install.|
|Applicable standards||IEC 60793, IEC 60794, Telcordia GR -20, TIA/EIA 598|
|Product range||Unitube optical cables from 2 Fibres to 24 Fibres, CATV cables|
|Advantages||Fibre optic cables support and effectively manage huge internet services compared to standard copper cables. The diameter of fibre optic cables is smaller than copper cables. The cables provide higher capacity for bandwidth and for transmitting data over longer distances. This allows telecom network providers to reach remote locations across the globe.|
Published On: January 20, 2021