/ Quick Facts
- Corning Fiber Optic Glass is fragile, and the coiled stainless-steel nanoFIBER™ armor protects the fiber from cracking, crimping, and kinking during the installation and beyond.
- nanoFIBER™ is the smallest Outer Diameter (OD) armored fiber optic cable in the market.
- nanoFIBER outer diameter is almost the same as the conventional nonarmor with all the benefits.
- nanoFIBER protects the bend radius of the fiber, keeping the data flow at its maximum.
- nanoFIBER protects your cable from Vermin attacks and is much more difficult to cut.
- nanoFIBER protects your cable against heavy usage and poor installation.
- nanoFIBER™ reclaims space in pathways and conduits that are overloaded with old cables.
- The nanoFIBER armor acts as a metal conduit avoiding costly pipes when possible.
- nanoFIBER provides the latest connectors that are easily spliced on
- nanoFIBER can be used as a replacement for conventional cable where size and strength matters.
- nanoFIBER™ is the best cable for novice installers. Keeps from breaking the fragile glass fiber.
- nanoFIBER armored fiber optic cables are tampering resistant.
- nanoFIBER armored fiber is used to connect through patch cords the switchers, converters, extenders, and servers in a data center
- Concerns of conventional fiber are crimping, cracking, and kinking of the fiber optic glass from usage, handling, and installation of patch cords.
- Multimode (OM4) cable is most prevalent in the data center industry. OS2 is becoming the choice fiber for linking switches and IDFs long distances
- Data Centers spend $millions on equipment and security. Why would you trust your sensitive saved corporate information and data to an Un-Armored patch cable?