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  • USB 3.OPTICAL CABLES BY CORNING

    I’ve been utilizing Corning’s Thunderbolt Optical Cables for nearly 18 months now and they continue to perform flawlessly. I was anxious to put the USB version of the cable to the test and since receiving the 10 m variation for review three months ago, it has performed with the same consistency and reliability as its Thunderbolt counterpart.

  • Review: Corning's USB 3.Optical cable delivers on long distance promise

    Corning's USB 3.Optical cable replaces copper with fiber optic filament for faster sustained data transfer over much longer distances than standard USB 3.0 cables, but that speed comes with a few caveats.

  • Corning Expands Availability of Industry’s First and Longest All-Optical Thunderbolt™ Cables to Asia

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) today announced its Thunderbolt™ Optical Cables by Corning are now available in cable lengths spanning 5.5, 10, 30 and 60 meters in select countries across Asia, including China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.

  • Corning’s Thunderbolt™ Optical Cables Now Available Through BestBuy.com

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) today announced the availability of its Thunderbolt™ Optical Cables by Corning online through Best Buy (www.bestbuy.com) in four lengths, spanning 5.5, 10, 30 and 60 meters.

  • USB 3.Optical™ Cables by Corning Now Available in Europe

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) today announced USB 3.Optical™ Cables by Corning are now available in the European market. Capable of sending up to 5 gigabits per second of data at distances up to 50 meters, USB 3.Optical Cables by Corning easily extend data transmission beyond the 3-meter limitation of comparable copper cables.

  • Corning optical cables minimise noise disruption

    At this year’s BVE, Corning showcased optical cables for connecting video production equipment at high speeds over longer distances. The company exhibited optical cables by Corning, for the Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 communities.

  • IDF Shows Next Steps in Hardware

    One reason I always enjoy attending the annual Intel Developer Forum is to see the next step in hardware components that surround the processor and go into making the next generation of PCs, servers, and other devices.

  • Corning expands availability of all-optical Thunderbolt cables

    Corning exhibited at IBC2014 for the first time this year, and announced that its Thunderbolt Optical Cables are now available in the European market in cable lengths spanning 5.5m, 10m, 30m and 60m.

  • Corning Thunderbolt cables now in Europe

    IBC is well timed for exhibitor Corning which, only days before the show opened, announced that its Thunderbolt Optical Cables are now available in the European market in cable lengths spanning 5.5, 10, 30 and an unprecedented 60 metres.

  • 10 Things I saw at IDF2014

    1. Thunderbolt To balance my anti-thunderbolt prejudice—Thunderbolt seems so inorganic, like over-fertilized fruit trees—I stopped at the Corning booth where Chet Dayal showed me one impressive active cable. The long range Thunderbolt cable is the first optical system that’s safe for non-geeks.

  • Corning Expands Availability of Industry’s First and Longest All-Optical Thunderbolt™ Cables to Europe

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) today announced its Thunderbolt™ Optical Cables by Corning are now available in the European market in cable lengths spanning 5.5, 10, 30 and an unprecedented 60 meters.

  • Corning’s Optical Thunderbolt Cables Video Win Three Telly Awards

    Corning’s Optical Thunderbolt Cables have won 3 awards. Okay, not exactly but a video about them has. Corning’s Cables Just Got Better video is about the advantages of optical cables at long ranges.

  • Corning Wins 3 Telly Awards For Cable Video

    Corning, N.Y. — Corning said Monday it has received three Telly Awards for its Thunderbolt Optical Cables By Corning video. The video received the 2014 Bronze People’s Telly Award for a Commercial or Marketing Piece, and two Telly Awards for the business-to-customer campaign and art direction categories.

  • Corning Wins Three at 35th Annual Telly Awards

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) announced it has been awarded three Telly Awards for its Thunderbolt™ Optical Cables by Corning video. The video received the 2014 Bronze People’s Telly Award for a Commercial or Marketing Piece, in addition to two Telly Awards won in the Business-to-Customer Campaign and Art Direction categories.

  • Corning Announces Availability of USB 3.Optical™ Cables by Corning

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) today announced the availability of its USB 3.Optical™ Cables by Corning, capable of sending up to 5 gigabits per second of data at distances up to 30 meters.

  • Review: Corning’s 33-foot Optical Thunderbolt cable allows you to move your Thunderbolt devices (or Mac) far away from your desk

    The promise of the Thunderbolt standard is that it can deliver a lot of data over long distances very quickly for many types of devices. Unfortunately, that promise has been pretty slow to materialize, and the long distance piece of the equation has been particularly painful.

  • Review: Corning's Thunderbolt Optical Cable

    Already in its second generation, the Thunderbolt I/O protocol has been around for three years, but only recently did manufacturers begin production of optical cables to deliver the tentpole feature of long-distance data transfer. AppleInsider was able to test out this highly anticipated addition with Corning's 10m all-optical Thunderbolt cable solution.

  • NAMM 2014: Corning's Optical Cables

    Optical Cables by Corning unleash the brillance of light to connect computers and peripherals at speeds up to 5Gb/s through USB, up to 10 Gbs through Thunderbolt™ technology, or up to 20 Gb/s through Thunderbolt™ 2 technology.

  • Corning touts Thunderbolt optical cabling at CES 2014

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) today announced its Thunderbolt™ Optical Cables was a ”Best of Show” award winner at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) 2014 Winter Show. Selected by the ProSoundNetwork editorial staff as a new and noteworthy product with particular merit, the Optical Cables by Corning are the first all-optical fiber cables designed specifically for Thunderbolt technology.

  • Corning's Optical Cables for Big Data Transfers First Look

    Corning makes a big splash every year at CES with a new version of Gorilla Glass. For 2014 it showed off an antimicrobial version of its glass technology that's actually germ resistant. Very cool, but it wasn't the only exciting thing at CES 2014. Corning also showed off its optical interconnect technology for Thunderbolt, Thunderbolt 2, and USB 3.0 that ensures that the bottlenecks aren't in the cabling.

  • Corning touts Thunderbolt optical cabling at CES 2014

    At the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Corning's (NYSE: GLW) Optical Cables division is showcasing video and data transfers enabled by its all-optical fiber cables for use with Intel's Thunderbolt technology.

  • Corning to Showcase Latest Innovations for Consumer Electronics at CES 2014

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) today announced its plans for the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas beginning Tuesday. The Corning Booth, #11612 Central Hall, will feature a variety of Corning® Gorilla® Glass solutions as well as Thunderbolt™ and USB 3.Optical Cables by Corning and will offer demonstrations to show how they support today’s consumer electronics trends.

  • World's first all fibre-optic Thunderbolt cables to strike 'in coming weeks'

    Corning is readying the world's first all-optical fibre cables for use with devices equipped with Intel's super-speedy Thunderbolt ports. The tough materials company announced at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2013 that the cables had been Thunderbolt certified by Intel and will be available at a starting length of 10 metres.

  • Corning gains Intel approval for all-optical Thunderbolt cables

    At the Intel Developer Forum on Wednesday, Corning announced that its Thunderbolt Optical Cables are the first completely optical fiber products to receive Intel's certification.

  • Thunderbolt Optical Cables by Corning are first all-optical fiber offering

    At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco this week, Corning has announced that it has been granted an Intel certification for Thunderbolt Optical Cables by Corning, the first all-optical fiber Thunderbolt cables. According to the company, the optical fiber cables support both Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt 2 protocols and will be available "in the coming weeks.

  • Corning Receives Intel Certification for its Thunderbolt™ Optical Cables

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) today announced at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco, that its optical cables have been Thunderbolt certified by Intel Corporation. Thunderbolt™ Optical Cables by Corning are the first all-optical fiber cables for the Thunderbolt community.

  • Corning To Demonstrate Thunderbolt™ and USB 3.Optical Cables for the Consumer Market at CeBIT

    Corning Optical Communications LLC, part of Corning Incorporated’s (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, will debut Optical Cables by Corning to the European market at CeBIT 2013 in Hannover, Germany, March 5-9.

  • Corning's super-strong Thunderbolt and USB 'Optical Cables' deliver data over 100-meter spans

    Electronics are often delicate things, eliciting gasping dread when knocked off a table by an elbow or falling into a beer glass from between clumsy fingers. That's why it's refreshing to see a Macworld exhibitor that's willing to put their product through an old-school torture test to delight the passersby, as Corning was with its new optical cables.

  • Corning introduces laser fiber optic USB cable

    Digital systems are notorious for bottlenecks. It’s no good having a blazing, overclocked PC and an internet connection like a firehose if the USB cable between them is like a straw. It’s even worse when the distance between PC and modem is more than a few feet away, so the cable can’t reach. With the aim of eliminating these bottlenecks, Corning Cable Systems LLC is unveiling its Optical Cable by Corning at CES in Las Vegas.

  • These Optical USB and Thunderbolt Cables Are Up to 330 Feet Long

    If you thought screens were where glass started and finished in gadgets, think again. Corning, the company behind Gorilla Glass, has also started making optical USB and Thunderbolt cables—and they're super, super long.

  • Corning bringing ultra-long optical Thunderbolt, USB cables to market in Q1

    Corning may be best known for the hardened Gorilla Glass found on a countless number of smartphones, but the company also has a cabling business on the side. And while it's largely been geared toward enterprise to this point, Corning is preparing to enter the consumer space with optical Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 cables.

  • Corning's Thunderbolt and USB 'Optical Cables' transmit data over hundreds of feet

    Making good on a promise to unveil new interconnect products at CES, Gorilla Glass producer Corning on Monday revealed optical Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 cables that can transfer data over hundreds of feet.

  • Optical Cables by Corning brings Thunderbolt cables to the budget crowd

    We all know how expensive cables for our beloved devices can be, especially things like their Thunderbolt cables direct from an Apple Store. Today the folks from Corning announced a brand new sister company called Optical Cables by Corning, and they'll be delivering longer, more durable and lightweight cables for a low price.

  • Corning to Introduce Optical Cables for Today’s Data-Rich Consumer Electronic Applications

    Corning Optical Communications LLC, part of Corning Incorporated’s (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, will introduce Optical Cables by Corning, designed for use with consumer electronics, at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), in Las Vegas. The cables are compatible with Thunderbolt™ and USB 3.0, the two fastest computer and peripheral connectivity protocols.

  • Corning announces optical cables for Thunderbolt, coming this quarter

    Thunderbolt enthusiasts have only been able to rely on the use of copper core cables -- which offer significant limitations on distance -- for their data transfer needs, but hope is close at hand. This afternoon, Corning announced that it's launching optical cables with Thunderbolt connectivity.

  • Corning to Showcase Latest Glass Technologies for Consumer Electronics at CES 2013

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) today announced its plans for the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next week. The Corning booth, #14813 Central Hall, will highlight the company’s newest specialty glass solutions and their benefits for today’s consumer electronics device trends.

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