ClearCurve® Single-mode Optical Fibers

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ClearCurve® Single-mode Optical Fiber

ClearCurve® Single-mode Optical Fiber

ClearCurve® Single-mode Optical Fiber

Lowers cost, eases installation, and delivers broadband everywhere

ClearCurve® Single-mode Optical Fiber

ClearCurve® Single-mode Optical Fiber

Our ClearCurve fiber solutions offer a selection of bend-enabled single-mode fibers designed for lower cost, superior installation speed and efficiency, and greater successful installations in homes and businesses.

With high transmission rates and virtually no distortion, ClearCurve single-mode fiber has long been recognized as the most ideal solution for indoor installations.

We continue to lead the industry with ClearCurve® ZBL optical fiber, setting the standard for bend performance while remaining compliant to the most stringent ITU-T Recommendations G.652.D and G.657.

All ClearCurve single-mode fibers are designed to meet a wide array of applications and deployment conditions, making it more convenient for service providers to bring fiber closer to homes and businesses.

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In The News

ClearCurve® Single-Mode Fiber Exceeds New ITU-T Recommendation G.657.B.3 Standard

Corning announces that its ClearCurve® bend-insensitive, single-mode optical fiber is fully compliant and exceeds the ITU-T G.657.B.3 recommendation and the existing ITU-T G.652.D recommendation. That makes Corning ClearCurve® single-mode fiber the world's first optical fiber specified for macrobend at a 5-millimeter radius that is fully compatible with existing telecommunications networks.

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