Optical Networking

The appetite for data bandwidth and speed continues to grow. Network providers and data centers need to use products that support higher interconnect fiber optic cable speeds. In order to keep up with rising video, IoT, and cloud computing demands, service providers depend on fiber optic network infrastructures as a means to carry more data and achieve rates of 100 GB/s and beyond. Read More..

While there have been advances in the types and reliability of connectivity solutions, certain challenges still remain. Network providers need fiber optic cable internet products that reduce losses and ensure faster connectivity speeds. As such, it's important to focus on structured fibre network solutions that offer agility, reliability, and performance. High-density fibre infrastructure solutions need to support speeds of up to 400 Gigabits per second.

It's important to use fibre solutions that are quick to deploy, cost-effective, and flexible. Additionally, they should offer easy fiber connection management and expansion throughout their lifetime. Ultimately, fiber optic cables and other products need a way to plug into systems. In order to meet rising network demands, you need cutting-edge fibre optic connectivity solutions. That's where STL comes in!

From deployments in cities to last-mile connectivity, STL offers a wide range of high density fibre optic connectivity solutions to lower network cost, improve performance, and maximize flexibility. STL offers a diverse portfolio of fibre optic connectivity solutions to support fibre cables, specialty cables, and optical interconnect kits. Read Less..

STL Tech: An Innovation Power House

Centre for Smarter Networks

Centre for Smarter Networks

Innovation in fibre networks and future network technology
As we move into the 6G era, new technologies and changing ways of connecting, like "human augmentation" and "digital-physical fusion," will help solve the world's biggest problems.

Optical Communication Solutions

Customer Testimonials

Susanne Stengade

Susanne Stengade CEO 6X International

"It has been a very positive partnership with STL. And new solutions can bring a lot of good opportunities. We look forward to developing this business with STL"
Show More

Sean Pillans

Sean Pillans Head Access Engineering

"You listen to your customers, and you understand our needs. And you create products that we need, we want."
Show More

Anton Bote


"Your investments in world class manufacturing facilities and the working environment you have created, are the best I have seen."
Show More

Dr Maria Mendiluce

Dr Maria Mendiluce MD WBCSD

"Companies like yours that are trying to deploy key network solutions in the rural areas and cities, are fundamental, to make the world better and more connected"
Show More

Dr Joe Phelan

Dr Joe Phelan Director WBCSD India

"At STL, the infrastructure they are building, the architecture they have put into place for cities so that people really get the services they need, are really essential for the future."
Show More

Nevin Naicker


"To see the passion that your team have for what they do is amazing. You have a family more than staff, as its very rare to see a company of your scale and size, have team members who are so passionate about what they do. WELL DONE. On your community upliftment and giving back to the community and your no waste on food and recycling programs, really really well done. It's truly amazing to see a company with so much passion for people and the earth.."
Show More

Christian Aasheim

Christian Aasheim CEO - Melbye Skandinavia AS

"We at Melbye, had been looking for a strategic partner for a long time and we have found that in STL""
Show More

Mr Naveen Mittal

Mr Naveen Mittal Principal Secretary, MUoD

"It has been a great visit to STL's Centre for Smarter Networks. One can see almost all the things a smart city requires, in one single place. It is also interesting to see that it has a great mix of intercity and intra-city elements" "
Show More

Hear from Industry Experts

Venkat Krishnan
Executive Director, Microsoft

"STL Digital's BSS portfolio is engineered for innovation at scale and speed. We are confident that STL will help customers build secure, scalable, and reliable cloud solutions and create intelligent applications."

Parth Seetala
CEO, (Rakuten)

"The marketplace solution built jointly by STL Digital and for service providers and enterprises will disrupt the way XaaS frameworks are built and delivered."

Fahed Al-Ariqy
CEO, Sabafon

"STL has years of expertise in solving the problems of telecom operators and driving digital transformation in the region. We are confident that STL's Network Software stack integrated with the latest technologies for both development and delivery will add tremendous value in our growth journey."

Amitabh Kant
NITI Aayog

"By Transforming rural lives, STL Garv shall bring about this technology revolution in rural India. I wish STL a successful journey of enabling and empowering Rural India."

Anuj Jain
Jio, India

"STL has been our partner since the beginning. As we enhance our value proposition for our customers STL as a network partner is enabling the reach of our digital Sol to the last mile."

Discover Related Solutions


The Optical Connectivity Solution was developed to assist telecom operators, ISPs, citizen networks, and major enterprises more quickly, effectively, and cost-effectively in deploying fiber optic internet networks. The system provides end-to-end functionality, including optical fiber components, pre-connectorized kits, and after-sales service.

Lead 360

We developed the first-of-its-kind orchestration approach for hyperscale fiber optic network deployment through innovation and the finest of our integration practices. Core networks, mobile networks, residential networks, and rural networks can all benefit from the system's size and coverage.

FTTx Mantra

FTTx Mantra is a fibre access network solution that enables telcos and network providers to swiftly create large-scale FTTx networks with near-zero response time, great agility, and low cost. It can help build a future-ready fibre-cable internet network that can provide all three aspects of reach, scalability, and quality in a single solution.

Learning Resources

Designing and Building Futuristic Data Centers

Any company with a data centre will need complex power and cooling systems that must be linked by a well-thought-out technology architecture. Because of economies of scale, network data center operators may provide businesses with the same IT services that corporate servers traditionally provide while significantly reducing energy use.

Growth of Mobility-As-A-Service

The expansion of mobility-as-a-service is another significant change in customer behaviour as a result of autonomous vehicles. It refers to a trend away from owning personal vehicles and toward using on-demand mobility alternatives. Car ownership has evolved from a status symbol to a necessity. This trend will be accelerated further by self-driving automobiles.

Beyond the call of Duty: Restoring network in the High Himalayas

STL's NFS team risked their lives to overcome geography, weather, and other hurdles in order to restore the Indian Army's main line of communication in Ladakh, which had recently been severed. To avoid future disruptions, connectivity solutions had to be relocated to the opposite side of the Indus River (near Mahe Bridge).

Want to Know More?

Interconnections are one of the most important and commonly utilised applications for fibre optics cables and assemblies. An interconnect is defined as the physical connection of two or more fixtures that allows for communication. Interconnect's connectivity solutions span from simplex patch cords to multi-channel distribution, backbone cables, and everything in between.

A fiber connection is required to link one fiber to another. They can be used to connect patch cables to fiber-optic probes and other devices and for any multiple-fiber application where linking ordinary fibre-optic technology and accessories is preferred to developing expensive and sophisticated fiber-optic assemblies.

Optical fibre is a form of wire that is transparent and also incredibly flexible. It is made of silica or plastic and is slightly thicker than human hair. It is mostly used for light transmission and to construct optical fibre internet cable communication. It is capable of sending signals across vast distances, but it is more expensive than other types of cable. Optical fibre technologies can withstand all types of external interference while maintaining signal quality.

The following are examples of optical fibre applications:

  • Optical Fibers in the Medical Industry
  • Used in a variety of tools to examine inside body parts. Lasers are also employed in surgery, endoscopy, microscopy, and biological research.

  • Communication with Optical Fibres
  • Fibre cable internet is utilised in a variety of networking domains and even improves the speed and accuracy of data transfer. Fiber optic cables are lighter, more flexible, and carry more data than copper wires.

  • Optical fibres in Defense.
  • Because of fiber optic cable speed, these are found in aviation wiring, hydrophones for SONARs, and seismic applications.

  • Optical Fibers in Industries
  • These fibres are used for imaging in difficult-to-reach places, such as safety measures and illumination in automobiles both inside and outside.

  • Broadcasting uses optical fibers
  • Broadcasters employ an optical fiber optic internet connection to connect HDTV, CATV, video-on-demand, and other applications.

  • Optical Fibre Applications for Lighting and Decoration
  • Used extensively in decorations and lighting up areas like Christmas trees.

  • Mechanical Inspections Using Optical Fibers
  • Optical fibre technologies are used by plumbers to inspect pipes.

Fibre optics cables have revolutionised modern data exchange by operating near the speed of light and transmitting billions of bits of data worldwide.

Light moves down a fiber optic cable internet by bouncing off the walls repeatedly. With their own refractive index, the fibre core and cladding bend the incoming light at a specific angle. When light signals are transmitted through fibre optic cable, they bounce off the core and clad in a process known as total internal reflection.

Sign up Here

Get A Quote