The Beyondtech Guide for Fiber Optics Testing (PART 1):

The Beyondtech Guide for Fiber Optics Testing (PART 1)

When designing and installing a fiber optic network, experts will need all the product’s specifications they’re working with to determine if their design will work for the intended use the client needs. To have these specifications an accurate testing of the fiber optic’s components, systems, and even cable plants will be needed.

July 09, 2018 by Beyondtech Team

What you need to know about big data

 An accurate description for big data is the one given in the book Big Data for dummies, where it is defined as “the capability to manage a huge volume of disparate data, at the right speed, and within the right time frame to allow real-time analysis and reaction”.

Beyondtech Media Tutorials: Loose tube fiber preparation for a breakout kit

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Beyontech's media tutorials are a series of video showing how to do fiber optics and cabling procedures for new technicians and enthusiasts. Remember to subscribe to our Youtube channel 

This is why Cloud Computing requires fiber optic broadband

Cloud computing means storing and accessing data and programs over the Internet instead of your computer’s hard drive. It allows for customers and businesses to use services and softwares without having to build, run and maintain the serves in-house. Therefore, in this case, the word “cloud” is used as a metaphor for “the Internet”.

50μm vs 62.5μm: Which multimode fiber to choose?

Improvements in transmitters have made it possible to achieve higher speeds and longer transmission distances with multimode fiber. And now the question is:  which multimode fiber to use?

What is a fiber optic coupler and how to properly choose it?

The relevance of fiber optic couplers, also called adapters, is constantly eclipsed by connectors, but the truth is that they are a critical element in fiber optic links and systems and play a serious role in the connection performance.

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.

What you need to know PC, UPC and APC connectors

Singlemode connectors have several categories, but APC and UPC are the ones used in most applications. Have you ever wondered what the difference between them is, besides APC connectors are green and UPCs are typically blue?

Optical fiber beyond telecommunication

Optical fiber is great for carrying huge amounts of data over long distances at unimagined speeds and providing us with high-speed Internet connections that nowadays are more a necessity than a luxury, but they also have an excellent throughput in other fields beside telecommunications, since they are used from non-invasive surgeries to pool illumination.

Take a close look into Google’s Finnish data center

Google invested $1 billion USD to recover a 1950’s former paper mill located in Hamina, Finland and built a data center that started working on early 2015. Efforts for improving technologies in order to save power costs and go green, ended up with servers cooled with seawater from the Baltic Sea and powered with wind energy.