How to do a fiber optic mechanical splice: steps and tips

Mechanical splicing is the process of precisely aligning two fiber optics together using an alignment device and index matching gel that has a similar refractive index and covers the possible air gaps, helping light travel from one fiber to another with minimal loss and little back reflection.

Make your home a data center

Nowadays has become pretty common to suit certain parts of homes in smalls data centers.

January 26, 2017 by Beyondtech Team

How does fiber optic works?

how-fiber-opticFiber optics might appear as a complex subject. Well, it actually is, but it can also be easily explained for the enthusiast.

January 11, 2017 by Beyondtech Team

400Gb needs to be the norm in data centers

Data centers are not equipped to guarantee performance in terms of bandwidth. What Data Center industry needs is to find a way to bolster connectivity.

 

December 14, 2016 by Beyondtech Team

Yellow, aqua, or orange? The meaning of fiber optic color standard

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Fiber optic colors standards are crucial to anyone who works manipulating doing a major installation with single mode and multimode cable

November 28, 2016 by Beyondtech Team

CDMA or GSM, does it matters?

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Choosing between CDMA or GSM? We'll help you to decide which is better with infographics and charts!
October 25, 2016 by Beyondtech Team

How Chattanooga EPB became an ISP with faster internet than Google

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FTTH grants Chattanooga, Tennessee one extremely attractive perk: it boasts ultra-high-speed internet. Yes, you read right: the ultra-high-speed internet.

October 20, 2016 by Beyondtech Team

Loose tube fiber and tight buffered differences

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Tight buffered and loose tube fiber are the two styles of constructions Fiber optic cables offered. Between them, there are several common denominators

October 13, 2016 by Beyondtech Team