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Reimagine Your Network

In-Building Networks

In-Building Networks

The network is changing.  Whether its key to your businesses’ competitive edge or keeping your customers and employees connected, your network is now the fourth utility.  Just like water, electricity and natural gas, the connectivity the network provides is vital to keeping your enterprise alive.  Corning has evolved its solutions to not only meet the demands of today’s changing network but also allow you the flexibility and control to take advantage of future technologies.   Whether a traditional LAN deployment, cellular coverage for your location or the next generation of  in-building networks, Corning has the solution.

The Changing Network

Corning is always looking to the future and what that means for your  network.  Explore the trends you should be watching and how they will impact the future network- maybe sooner than you think.

The practical IoT

The practical IoT: Planning and designing for the arrival of the Internet of Things

Much has been written about the Internet of Things (IoT) over the last few years, discussing both the explosive growth projections in the number of attached devices and the anticipated value to global business that they will bring. The growth projections alone are staggering. From the chart in this article, you can see that the numerical growth from 2018 to 2019 is 3.52 billion IoT devices globally.

By the year 2020, the IoT will comprise more than 30 billion connected devices. Find out how this impacts your network in the article originally printed in CablingInstall magazine.

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5G Networks Impact on Fiber-Optic Cabling Requirements

The possibilities seem endless, making it possible that 5G will be revolutionary rather than evolutionary in its demand on fiber infrastructure.

5G networks promise to connect people and things through intelligent networks and applications, all generating an immense amount of data. It seeks to provide the best of all performance factors while simultaneoulsy connecting more devices. These network advancements will enable and inspire a new wave of computing and technological innovation that will change the way we live and work. But before 5G becomes a reality, the network infrastructure has to be in place to support the billions of devices and the trillions of megabits of data that will flood the network. Let's take a look at how 5G will impact optical-fiber requirements. 

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Are You Leaving Money on the Table?

Are You Leaving Money on the Table? Making Strategic OSP Cable Choices

Outside plant cabling can be viewed as a commodity product, but this is a mistake.  Outside plant cabling options are rapidly changing to keep up with more challenging requirements.  Learn more in this webinar about the options available and how these options can provide you a strategic advantage during install and future deployments.

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Strategic Cellular in Enterprise

Strategic Cellular in Enterprise

As mobility has moved to mission-critical and 5G has slashed the budgets of operators to fund enterprise cellular improvements indoors, enterprises have to leverage the most out their investments to justify the cost and maximize the business value. Join Matt Hilla, Director - Cloud & Connectivity at ADIDAS; Kyung Mun, Principal Analyst at Mobile Experts; and Art King, IBN Technologies at Corning for this jam packed discussion about the options to transform and add features on top of a cellular investment. Enterprise IT pros and their System Integration partners who are considering adding cellular to the wireless mix or who want to squeeze more value from their present investment...

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Your Network Simplified. Fiber- and Power Deep Network Topologies.

Would you like a new, simpler way of designing your building's IP network?

Designing your building's IP network, simply.

Corning’s in-building network solution is our visionary fiber- and power-deep topologies that anticipates 5G-ready connectivity inside buildings, with the ability to converge multiple technologies over a single, simplified infrastructure.

By combining the core in-building networks – local area networks (LAN)power, and cellular – onto one fiber-based backbone, a comprehensive solution for Enterprise and Carriers is created. Simplified and scalable, our in-building network solution replaces multiple, independent, legacy-based category and coaxial cabling architectures, making them a thing of the past.

How does it work? By taking the inherent advantages of fiber and bringing it out from the IT closet, into and throughout the building and development infrastructure, our solution enables a high-performing fiber infrastructure that can deliver more services, applications, and enhanced features. It can handle the requirements of multiple network technologies, including: LAN, cellular, and video; Building managemenet systems: Software Defined Networks (SDLAN); and key applications such as: distributed antenna systems (DAS), small cells, Wi-Fi, Surveilance, VoIP, IPTV, POS, and other internet-based applications.

Local Area Networks

Local Area Networks

Your local area network (LAN) is the heart of your organization – connecting all the devices needed to run your business. Whether using Ethernet or Wi-Fi, you need a foundation to support your needs today and allow your network to grow into the future. 

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Next Generation LAN

Next Generation In-Building Networks

Our fiber deep in building solution is what we believe is the architecture that provides the scale, flexibility, bandwidth and efficiency to meet today’s network challenges and tackle tomorrow’s demands. 

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cellular solutions

Small Cell

Corning Spidercloud has built the world’s first scalable small cell system. Our small cell system architecture enables mobile operators to deliver reliable mobile services to enterprises and venues.

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