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Optical Connectivity Solutions

In this era of digitization, data has the power to change the world.
While data continues to fuel innovation and technological
advancement, the world has started to witness unprecedented
growth in internet connectivity.

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Hyper-Scale Networks

The world is going hyperscale. Hyperscale networks will create
superfast digital highways, fuel digital revolution and connect
billions of humans and devices. Hyperscale networks demand
massive fiberization.

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Next-Generation Scalable Network

With an aim to create multi-gigabit access networks, Telcos and
Enterprises across the globe are looking to build converged data
networks that are reliable, scalable, resilient, and can support
wireless and wired connectivity

Netmode
Future–Generation Enterprise Networks

Aging networks create several challenges - including lesser revenue,
higher failure rates, lack of standardisation, interoperability, and
compromised network security. Legacy networks severely limit the
ability to respond to changing customer expectations, and hence
reduce the business opportunities.

Optical Fibre Cable

Optical fibre cables have several optical fibres bundled together, which are usually covered in individual protective covers to reduce losses and damage. These cables are used to transfer data signals in the form of light pulses to distances of hundreds of miles with higher bandwidth and throughput rates than achievable via standard electrical communication cables.

In today's world, optical fibre cables are the primary source of high-bandwidth, long-distance communications between multisite organizations, telephone companies, and several other long-distance communications applications. Read More..

While the world continues to move towards connectivity, it's required to focus on components and hardware that support a connected world. As compared to copper cables with similar thickness, fibre optic (fiber optic) cables support a higher capacity for bandwidth. Moreover, optical fibre cables transmit data over longer distances, allowing network providers to offer services in remote areas around the world. Last but not least, optical fibre cables support a large part of the world's internet more efficiently and effectively than standard copper cables.

STL's customised cable solutions cater to high-bandwidth applications of data centers, global internet companies, ISPs and telcos, and citizen network services. STL offers a wide range of cables, including Aerial, Underground, Micro duct, Ribbon, IO and Indoor, Last Mile connectivity and special application cable Read Less..


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Fibre optics (Fiber optics) is a modern technology used mostly in the telecommunication industry to transmit information digitally as pulses of light through strands of fibre made of glass.

Also known as Optical fibres, these strands are about the diameter of a human hair follicle. When bundled into an optical fibre cable, they can transmit data in volumes faster than other mediums over really long distances. This technology is heavily used in connecting homes and businesses with fibre-optic internet across the world.

An optical fibre cable is a modern-day technology marvel that packs anywhere from a few to hundreds of optical fibres tightly in a plastic casing to be further used for digital communications. These cables transfer data signals in light over several hundreds of kilometres to connect the devices that may be required to satiate the rising demand of data applications today. Since optical fibre cables are non-metallic, they are not affected by electromagnetic interference, potentially reducing data

Optical fibre networks are the networks built to connect people and devices across cities, counties and even several nations. These networks are complex installations of wired networks with appliances to transmit large amounts of data over hundreds and thousands of kilometres. Optical fibre networks are typically laid by telecommunication companies worldwide; however, as the data demand grows significantly, more and more governments and other tech organisations.
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