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Corning's SMF-28e+® optical fiber is the industry leader in comprehensive single-mode fiber performance for metro and access networks. It is ITU-T Recommendation G.652.D-compliant and fully backward compatible with legacy standard single-mode fibers. SMF-28e+ fiber is built on Corning's solid foundation of quality and proven performance. Since Corning brought the first fiber to market more than 40 years ago, Corning demonstrated leadership in single-mode fiber innovation has been unparalleled.
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