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Optical Communications

Integrated Wireless Solutions

Fans jammed into a crowded concert hall or sports stadium don’t have time for sluggish response on their mobile devices. Corning’s innovative wireless solutions platform can provide more than 100,000 people all the bandwidth they need at the same time. It also integrates security systems, concessions, and even scoreboards onto the same fast fiber optic system. Score!

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Optical Fiber

When you make a quick phone call, check an online traffic report, or download a movie in our highly connected world, it’s all made possible by beams of light constantly bouncing through hair-thin strands of optical fiber. Corning’s breakthrough discoveries in 1970 led to development of today’s massive optical fiber networks. And we’ve been leading fiber innovation every step of the way.

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Submarine Cable

The ocean floor is alive with lightning-fast communications, transmitted through Corning’s family of Vascade® submarine fibers. More than 95 percent of Internet traffic zips through this deep, watery world, and high-capacity Vascade fiber provides the link to keep global operations moving right through it.

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  • Integrated Wireless Platforms

    Fans jammed into a crowded concert hall or sports stadium don’t have time for sluggish response on their mobile devices. Corning’s innovative wireless solutions platform can provide more than 100,000 people all the bandwidth they need at the same time. It also integrates security systems, concessions, and even scoreboards onto the same fast fiber optic system. Score!
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  • Optical Fiber

    When you make a quick phone call, check an online traffic report, or download a movie in our highly connected world, it’s all made possible by beams of light constantly bouncing through hair-thin strands of 
    optical fiber. Corning’s breakthrough discoveries in 1970 led to development of today’s massive optical fiber networks. And we’ve been leading fiber innovation every step of the way.
    Learn More >

  • Submarine Cable

    The ocean floor is alive with lightning-fast communications, transmitted through Corning’s family of Vascade® submarine fibers. More than 95 percent of Internet traffic zips through this deep, watery world, and high-capacity Vascade fiber provides the link to keep global operations moving right through it.
    Learn More >

Display

Display Glass

Scrolling through videos on your phone in a coffee shop. Chatting with a loved one on your tablet at the airport. Relaxing on the couch to watch the game on your large-size TV. Corning helps make all this visual interaction possible through its portfolio of high-performance display glass innovations. Displays are now lightweight, durable, sharp, and ready to go with you anywhere – or hang around beautifully at home.

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8K Television Innovations

A viewing experience so vivid, so lifelike, you’d swear you’re actually part of the action. That’s what 8K television brings you. Corning’s newest LCD substrate – Corning® Astra™ Glass – is precisely engineered to enable the way this remarkable new display platform will evolve into the future.

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  • Display Glass

    Scrolling through videos on your phone in a coffee shop. Chatting with a loved one on your tablet at the airport. Relaxing on the couch to watch the game on your large-size TV. Corning helps make all this visual interaction possible through its portfolio of high-performance display glass innovations. Displays are now lightweight, durable, sharp, and ready to go with you anywhere – or hang around beautifully at home.
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  • 8K Television Innovations

    A viewing experience so vivid, so lifelike, you’d swear you’re actually part of the action. That’s what 8K television brings you. Corning’s newest LCD substrate – Corning® Astra™ Glass – is precisely engineered to enable the way this remarkable new display platform will evolve into the future.
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Emissions control products

Emissions Control Products

All that combustion going on under your car hood? It can generate some harmful particulates and chemicals. Corning’s ceramic filters help prevent those harmful particulates from getting into the air. We’ve been developing filters and substrates for clean-air solutions since 1972 and have never stopped innovating to make them even better. Go ahead. Breathe in. Breathe out.

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Automotive interiors

Automotive Interiors

How did your car dashboard turn into an interactive, customizable, smart surface? With Corning Gorilla Glass for Automotive, a technical glass that brings the touching, tapping, and swiping you’re accustomed to from your mobile device to your driving experience.

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Life science vessels

Life Sciences Products

Corning is the perfect lab partner. Scientists depend on innovative vessels and specialized surfaces from Corning as they create new life-saving medicines. We help support breakthrough discoveries in nearly every life sciences lab across the world.

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Pharmaceutical Packaging

Breakage and cracks in glass packaging can lead to product contamination and possible recalls that can prevent patients from receiving life-saving medicines. Corning Valor® Glass is engineered to resist breakage and damage. It helps protect the patient, and improves pharmaceutical manufacturing. Because when patients are focused on their health, the quality of the pharmaceutical packaging should be the least of their worries.

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  • Life Sciences Products

    Corning is the perfect lab partner. Scientists depend on innovative vessels and specialized surfaces from Corning as they create new life-saving medicines. We help support breakthrough discoveries in nearly every life sciences lab across the world.
    Learn More >

  • Pharmaceutical Packaging

    Breakage and cracks in glass packaging can lead to product contamination and possible recalls that can prevent patients from receiving life-saving medicines. Corning Valor® Glass is engineered to resist breakage and damage. It helps protect the patient, and improves pharmaceutical manufacturing. Because when patients are focused on their health, the quality of the pharmaceutical packaging should be the least of their worries.
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Spacecraft windows

Telescope Mirrors

The Hubble Space Telescope, still hard at work in deep space after nearly three decades, provides stunningly detailed pictures of our evolving universe. At the heart of the Hubble’s astronomical discoveries is a smooth glass mirror measuring eight feet across. Corning engineers met NASA’s tough demands of creating a mirror large enough to capture light 340 miles into space, but also lightweight enough to blast off and orbit the earth.

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Spacecraft Windows

When astronauts in the International Space Station take a look at Earth below, they’re doing it through Corning’s HPFS® fused silica windows. The material is one of the purest glass compositions in the world, while being durable and stable enough to keep scientists safe in the desolate cold of outer space.

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  • Telescope Mirrors

    The Hubble Space Telescope, still hard at work in deep space after nearly three decades, provides stunningly detailed pictures of our evolving universe. At the heart of the Hubble’s astronomical discoveries is a smooth glass mirror measuring eight feet across. Corning engineers met NASA’s tough demands of creating a mirror large enough to capture light 340 miles into space, but also lightweight enough to blast off and orbit the earth.
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  • Spacecraft Windows

    When astronauts in the International Space Station take a look at Earth below, they’re doing it through Corning’s HPFS® fused silica windows. The material is one of the purest glass compositions in the world, while being durable and stable enough to keep scientists safe in the desolate cold of outer space.
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