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Fusion Splicing Basics (Part 1): Fiber Alignment

Fusion Splicing Basics (Part 1): Fiber Alignment

This blog is the first in a series that will overview fusion splicing equipment and methods, particularly those of interest to the cable/broadband industry. Information to support this series was sourced from Fusion Splicing Equipment and Applications for the...

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RDOF: Bridging the Rural Digital Divide

RDOF: Bridging the Rural Digital Divide

Connectivity is critical in today’s rapidly expanding remote world. Finding new ways to solve the problem of equitable access to reliable and functional broadband has become more crucial than ever. That’s where the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF) comes in. RDOF...

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Why Traditional Fiber Education Needs A Major Update

Why Traditional Fiber Education Needs A Major Update

Senior technicians who have led the way in fiber optics are now retiring in large numbers, leaving an enormous hole in the industry’s workforce. And while this shortage is occurring, the need for fiber technology and deployments is fast-growing. How can the fiber...

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Get Connected At These In-Person Technology Trade Shows

Get Connected At These In-Person Technology Trade Shows

Trade shows have been virtual this past year and a half, and while smaller online conferences have still allowed us to showcase our fusion splicers and connectivity tools, we’re more than ready for the return of in-person shows. Hands-on, live, in-person...

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America Ilsintech to Become UCL Swift NA

America Ilsintech to Become UCL Swift NA

We’re Changing Our Name—Not Our Values America Ilsintech Is Becoming UCL Swift North America America Ilsintech is excited to announce we will become UCL Swift North America (NA) on June 14, 2021. UCL Swift North America is part of a larger corporate division, UCL...

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