What are Optical Cables by Corning?
Optical Cables by Corning are active optical cable (AOC). AOC is a cabling technology that accepts the same electrical inputs
as a traditional copper cable, but uses optical fiber “between the connectors.” AOC uses electrical-to-optical conversion
on the cable ends to improve speed and distance performance of the cable without sacrificing compatibility with standard electrical interfaces.
Why Choose Optical Cables over Copper?
With state-of-the-art copper connectivity at its limits and new consumer applications driving consumer bandwidth
demands up to 20Gb/s, consumers are demanding innovative footprints and smaller cables.
Compared to equivalent copper cables, Optical Cables by Corning are:
Optical Cables by Corning are Enabled by
Corning® ClearCurve® VSDN® Optical Fiber
Corning® ClearCurve® VSDN® optical fiber, a member of bend-insensitive ClearCurve optical fibers, is uniquely designed
to support emerging high-speed interconnects between computers and other consumer electronic devices. In this new
application space, ClearCurve VSDN fiber’s optimized design addresses the challenges associated with optical fiber
in the consumer environment.
Thunderbolt™ Optical Cables
USB 3.Optical™ Cables