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Spanning a broad range of end-to-end fiber solutions for communications networks, Corning Optical Communications forms the backbone that connects businesses, homes, and people around the globe.

The First Consideration Is the Environment

Outdoor Cables

Outdoor Cables

Outdoor Cables

Cables for outdoor applications are engineered to withstand the more demanding conditions seen outside, from environmental extremes to mechanical forces. Outdoor cables therefore feature rugged constructions to resist ultra-violet light and temperature fluctuations, and may include features to withstand the requirements of being installed outdoors.

Cables for outdoor applications are engineered to withstand the more demanding conditions seen outside, from environmental extremes to mechanical forces.

Indoor/Outdoor Cables

Indoor/Outdoor Cables

Indoor/Outdoor Cables

These are cables that are designed to meet both the rigorous environment of the outdoors but also can be routed indoors, where flame rating requirements also apply. This type of cable eliminates the need for a “transition splice” to an indoor-rated cable when routing an outdoor cable into the building.

These are cables that are designed to meet both the rigorous environment of the outdoors but also can be routed indoors, where flame rating requirements also apply.

Indoor Cables

Indoor Cables

Indoor Cables

These cables are used exclusively within buildings and must have a flame-retardant jacket to fit this purpose. They may be deployed in duct (conduit) or cable tray.

These cables are used exclusively within buildings and must have a flame-retardant jacket to fit this purpose. They may be deployed in duct (conduit) or cable tray.

Product Spotlight

MiniXtend Cables - Corning’s Micro Cabling Solution

MiniXtend Cables

Corning’s micro cabling solution which solves the demand for today’s unlimited bandwidth capacity and addresses escalating network duct congestion.

Designed for installation in microduct systems using air-assisted installation methods, Corning’s MiniXtend Cables are up to 50 percent smaller than standard loose tube cables and offer high fiber counts in a small cable diameter footprint.

Corning’s innovative optical micro cabling solutions include the following:

MiniXtend Cable, our original micro cables with standard loose tube construction and fiber counts from 12-144 fiber.

NEW! MiniXtend™ HD Cable, our highest-density micro cable featuring Corning SMF-28® Ultra 200 fiber and delivering fiber counts up to 288 fibers. Our MiniXtend HD Cable is up to 20 percent smaller than standard micro cables.

NEW! MiniXtend Cable with Binderless FastAccess® Technology, has the same dimensions and fiber counts (12-144 fibers) as the original MiniXtend Cable, but also features our time-saving Binderless* FastAccess Technology. This groundbreaking innovation in cable design eliminates the use of binder and water-blocking yarns and water-blocking tapes and enables up to 70 percent faster cable access and reduced risk of buffer tube damage.

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