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Insensitive Fiber for Data Centers

Insensitive Fiber for Data Centers

Corning bendinsensitive optical fiber technology increases data center deployment speed by up to 35 percent, according to the company announcement this week. ClearCurve significantly reduces the impact of tight bends on networks due to challenging installations, fibers caught in cabinet doors or cable ties that are pulled too tight.our new data center solution, we took the opportunity to combine our expertise in cable, hardware and equipment with our innovative ClearCurve bendinsensitive fiber to create an offering that maximizes the benefits of a fiber solution, while also creating new advantages in the areas of reduced installation time, improved data center layout and overall reliability, Corning president and chief executive officer Clark Kinlin said in a statement.In a video demonstration, the new ClearCurve is tightly wound and knotted, showing minimal data disruption compared to a standard, 50micron OM3 fiber.ClearCurve comes in two varieties, a singlemode optical fiber and an OM3/OM4 multimode fiber. The singlemode fiber is hundreds of times more bendable than standard singlemode fiber. Ideal for data centers and enterprise networks, the ClearCurve OM3/OM4 multimode fiber is the world first laseroptimized multimode fiber to withstand tight bends at or below 10 mm radius with substantially less signal loss than traditional multimode fiber.information technology executives continue to manage their way through data center projects and upgrades in today difficult economic environment, the new Corning solution will enable them to capture the functionality and efficiency benefits of optical fiber over unshielded twistedpair copper wiring, Kinlin said. optic solutions improve overall airflow, thereby reducing energy costs. Conversely UTP copper wiring creates higher generated heat, thereby increasing cooling requirements.ClearCurve will be showcased next week at the BICSI European Conference Exhibition in Dublin, the DatacenterDynamics Conference Expo in Madrid, and the 2009 LANline Tech Forum, Network and Data Centre Infrastructure, in Zurich.