Reseachers discovered new form of light

Physics have just discovered a new form of light where the angular momentum of each photon takes only half of the value of Planck’s constant, changing our current understating of electromagnetic radiation which could lead to faster and more secure internet connections through optical fibers.

Microsofts is throwing data centers underwater

Redmond’s Giant revealed Project Natick: scientists built a data center inside a capsule named Leona Philpot and thrown it 30 feet underwater off the California shore for about four months, just to see how it worked. And it did it like a charm.

Top 5: Optical fiber myths

Optical fiber cables have been the backbone of Internet infrastructure for years. Almost all our communications rely on it: telephony services, Wi-Fi or CATV. Optical fiber cables are responsible for building-to-building connectivity in campuses and are used in a variety of military applications. But still, there are some myths about this incredible technology that we’d like to expose.

C Spire win award for 1GB FTTH Internet expansion

C Spire's video-friendly, ultra-high speed 1Gbps fibre-to-the-home Internet technology initiative in Mississippi has received the 2015 Star Award from the FTTH Council for helping promote the expansion of consumer broadband access in the US...

How competitive is the telecom/DSL industry?

FCC looks to gauge competition level between telecom carriers; big guys say it’s all good, little guys, not so much...

FBI investigating 11 attacks on San Francisco-area Internet lines

The FBI is investigating at least 11 physical attacks on high-capacity Internet cables in California's San Francisco Bay Area dating back a year, including one early Tuesday morning, according to a report in USA Today...

Top: Wi-Fi Routers for Fiber Optics - Upgrade your 2017 FTTH network

The arrival of fiber optics as a competitor in the global connectivity industry is now a reality. The great advantage of fiber optics is the high velocity at which data transfers as a beam of light inside the cable, reaching speeds far greater than those of a copper wire...