Nowadays, users demand internet access anywhere at any time, no matter the distance. Whether it is to access an outdoor campus Wi-Fi or security cameras in a multi-level parking garage, long reaching networks can be critical in certain applications.
Even though Wi-Fi enabled devices seem easy enough to connect, the associated network deployment can be complicated, to say the least. Distance limitations lead to maxed-out pathways, space constraints, and costly outlet installations. So, what happens when the network runs out of reach? Then it might be time to meet Corning’s portfolio of unmanaged, long-reach solutions.
Long Reach Flexible Cable Architecture
For facilities that are looking to "set it and forget it," Corning's connectivity solutions are cost-effective, reliable, and most importantly, far-reaching.
The ultimate solution relies on Corning's Actifi composite cable, 57V DC Power Supply Units, and 10G HPoE Media Converters. Perfect for low voltage, composite cables can power bulk power and/or remote applications.
Specifically, the ActiFi Composite Cable brings together the bandwidth of Single Mode optical fiber and the power of copper. With fiber and copper conductors under the same cable jacket, composite cables deliver data and power to the very edge of facility networks.