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Optical Fibre

Fibre optics refers to the technology and the medium associated with the transmission of data as light pulses along a ultrapure strand of glass, which is a thin as a human hair. For many years, optical fibres have been extensively used in high-performance and long-distance data and networking.Whenever someone makes a phone call, checks a website, or watches a video in a highly connected world, it's made possible by light pulses bouncing through thin strands of optical fibre.While Cloud computing and wireless communications have exponentially expanded in the world, the majority of video, data, and voice signals still travel over fibre optic networks. Read More..

As we consume more and more data, networks are struggling to keep pace with this exponential jump in demand. Both 5G and FTTH deployments will use optical fibre, but it will need to be deployed in a much more dense way than it is currently.There is a lot of uncertainty about how networks might evolve in the future, but it is clear that this decade will bring about a lot of change in the telecom landscape to allow for further rollout of next-generation networks.The one thing these networks will have in common is that there will be more and more optical fibre used for deployments.

STL is the world's leading provider for fiber Optic and Optical fibre cable solutions. Our optic fibre solutions cater to all your requirements serving a wide range of applications. Our lower bend loss optical fibre is best suited for your network enabling high network performance and significantly lower installation costs. We offer range of 250um and 200um Bend Insensitive Single Mode Fibre and Non-Zero Dispersion Shifted Single Mode Fibre (NZDSF) solutions suitable for 5G and FTTx applications. Read Less..

StellarTM Series

StellarTM The installer’s fibre is the world’s 1st G.657.A2 macro-bend insensitive fibre which is compatible with fibre which is compatible with legacy networks comprising of G.657.A1 and G.652D. StellarTM Fibre finds use in almost all sections of a data communication network - Core, Metro and Access


STL's BOW-LITETM series Optical Fibre products exceeding ITU-T G.657 recommendation, are industry leading bend insensitive single mode fibres suitable for FTTx applications and high fibre density cable designs.

OH-LITE® Series

STL offers different varieties of G.657.A1 and G.652.D type Optical Fibre which accommodate enhanced attenuation, geometry, dispersion and macro-bend loss properties, enabling superior performance in wide application areas like long haul, metro-city, access and CATV networks


Non-Zero dispersion shifted single mode Optical fibre complying with ITU-T G.655 recommendations, is the most suitable for long-haul and metropolitan networks whereas DOF-LITE (LEA) is ideal for long-haul, and DOF-LITE (METRO) is ideal for metropolitan network

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Fibre 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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