Tinifiber Introduces Pushable Micro Armor Fiber Optic Cable

  • TiniFiber
FARMINGDALE, NY — TiniFiber, a nationwide fiber optic cable manufacturer, announced a new armored pushable fiber optic cable. Micro Armor FTTH cable is a 1 or 2-strand, single-mode fiber optic cable which combines micro armor technology with two steel strength members. TiniFiber’s existing Micro Armor Fiber technology, has been adopted in the cabling industry across multiple applications due to its reduced size and weight, flexibility and armored durability.

Installation Benefits
The benefits of TiniFiber’s latest FTTH innovation can be found at the installation level, specifically in last-mile connectivity. This small OD (3.0mm) fiber cable can be installed using a pushing installation technique which resulted in 300+ foot distances (some reaching 400 feet) in various trials and pathway conduits, something previously unattainable with other fiber optic cables. “This latest innovation from TiniFiber has major implications for the broadband market and fiber deep architectures as service providers and operators continue to extend their offering of fiber to residential and business customers,” states Christian A. Peterson III, CEO of TiniFiber. The current installation techniques for last mile connectivity include air blown fiber, which is expensive, requires additional onsite equipment, special pre-installed tubing, specific training and takes a considerable amount of time.

A Turn-key Solution for MDUs and Business Fiber Connectivity

TiniFiber’s new pushable Micro Armor Fiber provides broadband operators and service providers with a reliable and efficient solution for street to home installations requiring no special training and can be pre-terminated for a simple turn-key solution for MDUs and business fiber connectivity. TiniFiber’s armored technology provides unmatched durability in direct burial and aerial environments. It is rodent resistant, lightweight and highly flexible, further adding to the ease of installation. This breakthrough advancement in fiber optic connectivity will improve the speed of FTTH deployment and installations, lowering costs and ensuring successful transmission integrity for today and tomorrow’s fiber deep networks.



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