Keeping up with ever-advancing technology demands is often a challenge. Liberty AV Solutions, known to be heavily ingrained in the industry and often leading the way for advancements, has met the forthcoming bandwidth conversion to 18G with not one, but multiple solutions to extend these heavier data signals among greater distances, and without the use of compression.
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By Robert D'Addario
"Fiber is coming." This assertion seems like the battle cry for the better part of the last two decades. Why pay attention now? Every year it seems some technology company figures out how to bleed that last bit of extra bandwidth out of twisted pair category cable, so why can't they keep doing that forever? Why invest in the training, skill set and frustration of dealing with fiber?
Fiber optics has been heralded as the future of communications technology. It can distribute Internet data at record speeds, over 100 kilometers, compared to regular ethernet cables that transmit data only within 100 meters. Plus, fiber optic cables are as thin as a human hair and are known for their fault-tolerance capabilities. With rapid advances in technology and increasing worldwide market demand, fiber is shining bright in the communication spotlight, and fueling future trends for the technology.