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A hybrid cable incorporates optical fibers and copper wires within the same jacket and is a medium for both power supply and data transmission. This is why hybrid cables are typically used to connect switches and APs or connect switches and remote units on campus networks.
When speed of deployment, scalability, and lowering labor and lease costs are concerns, hybrid solutions far outperform separate power and fiber cable designs.
The hybrid solutions help you increase the efficiency of current RRU and FTTA deployments while also setting you up for future growth by combining several power and fiber conductors in a single high-performance cable.
The Global Hybrid Power Cable Assemblies market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Slimline Hybrid Cables is a brand-new UL-listed option for GPON networks that was recently made available by optical cable pioneer Optical Cable Corporation (OCC). The cable enables external electricity to be essentially “pushed” from a central point by combining GPON (Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks) fiber optic cables with two copper conductors wrapped within the same jacket.
When there are numerous, dispersed nodes or buildings involved in commercial applications, or when the network is constantly being expanded with new, data-hungry applications, the Slimline solution is the best choice.
The benefits of GPON for business networks are indisputable. These all-fiber networks have unlimited bandwidth potential, need far less power as a passive network.
The advantages of GPON networks have never been greater thanks to the power addition in the new hybrid fiber/copper Slimline cabling. Because there is no longer a need for special electrical wire to be run, installation is even simpler and less expensive. For old structures that frequently endure power outages, it can also be a big plus.
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