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. 

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