Corning's ONE Wireless Unifies Wi-Fi and Cellular Connectivity

  • Corning
CORNING, NY – Corning Incorporated, a provider of keystone components that enable high-technology systems for telecommunications, unveiled the first all-optical, converged in-building wireless solution to satisfy the increasing demand from enterprises, hotels, convention centers, and arenas for high-speed, high-capacity wireless hubs with virtually unlimited bandwidth.

Built on a high-performance optical backbone, the Corning ONE Wireless Platform is designed to handle core cellular technologies and enable multiple applications, including wireless LAN, public safety and location-based services. In addition, Corning ONE Wireless Platform offers Wi-Fi support through its built-in Gigabit Ethernet and Power over Ethernet capability.

Fiber to the Edge
Corning ONE Wireless Platform leverages fiber-to-the-edge technology to deliver more bandwidth, more operators, more services, and more applications via fiber links to an integrated, modular single-input, single-output/multiple-input, multiple-output (SISO/MIMO) antenna. The platform’s remote antenna units offer upgradable expansion modules for MIMO in a single antenna, allowing for future additions of active spectrum.

With the launch of the Corning ONE Wireless Platform, Corning’s distributed antenna system portfolio expands beyond traditional DAS, supporting nearly every connectivity need from lower power, cost-effective deployments inherent in small office buildings to the massive bandwidth and coverage needs of public venues such as convention centers and stadiums. The Corning ONE Wireless Platform meets the demands of today and the future by providing optical bandwidth to the edge of the network.


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