Infrastructure technology provider KeyFibre (Stand T26) plans to use the ANGA Cable show to showcase its range of of KeyQuick connectors and mechanical splices.
According to KeyFibre, the connectors are optimised for horizontal or fibre-to-the-desk component of any commercial building or data centre, and are suitable for high-speed optical networks such as 10G Ethernet, as well as the more challenging 40G/100G networks of the future.
According to the company, its connectors now allow integrators easily to terminate the fibre themselves, making field terminations that improve cable management inside buildings or in the outside plant. The company says that its devices enable fast, on-site installation of single mode (PC and APC), and multimode connections (with 62.5/125, 0M3 and OM4 connectors available).
Field installation of connectors makes it possible to have just the right cable length with no cable slack to store, which means reduced cable and storage costs, according to KeyFibre.
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