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At Corning, our growth is fueled by a commitment to innovation. We succeed through sustained investment in research, development, and engineering (RD&E), a unique combination of material and process innovation, and close collaboration with customers to solve tough technology challenges. We are a four-time National Medal of Technology winner thanks to our technology leadership and R&D environment, which attract and enable the best scientific minds in the world. This pipeline of talent has brought life-changing innovation to your fingertips for nearly 170 years.

Celebrating 50 Years of Low-loss Optical Fiber

50 Years of Optical Fiber

50 Years of Optical Fiber

For the last 50 years, optical fiber has transformed the way we connect, and we can’t wait to see what the next 50 years has in store. Watch this video to learn more about this revolutionary innovation.

For the last 50 years, optical fiber has transformed the way we connect, and we can’t wait to see what the next 50 years has in store. Watch this video to learn more about this revolutionary innovation.

The History Of Optical Fiber

The History Of Optical Fiber

Thanks to fiber optics, invented in a Corning lab in 1970, enormous amounts of data, phone calls and video can move around the planet. That movement of data has in turn enabled innovation after innovation, including the internet, cloud, mobile boom, streaming TV, autonomous cars, bitcoin, AI – and whatever comes next. This is that story.

Thanks to fiber optics, invented in a Corning lab in 1970, enormous amounts of data, phone calls and video can move around the planet. That movement of data has in turn enabled innovation after innovation, including the internet, cloud, mobile boom, streaming TV, autonomous cars, bitcoin, AI – and whatever comes next. This is that story.

Innovations in Optical Fiber

Innovations in Optical Fiber

Relying on our exceptional inventive capacity, we developed the first low-loss optical fiber in 1970, paving the way for the information highway. The world as we know it today simply would not exist without optical fiber.

Relying on our exceptional inventive capacity, we developed the first low-loss optical fiber in 1970, paving the way for the information highway. The world as we know it today simply would not exist without optical fiber.

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