Contaminated fiber end faces #1 cause of problems & test failures

As the industry moves to higher data speeds, more stringent loss budgets and new multifiber connectors, proactively inspecting and cleaning fiber endfaces is more important than ever to ensure network uptime, performance and equipment reliability.

Even when users think they have properly cleaned the fiber, every connector endface either field terminated or factory terminated should always be inspected before connecting to a component or piece of equipment.

Despite industry best practice of inspecting and cleaning fiber optic endfaces, contaminated connections remain the number one cause of fiber related problems and test failures in data centers, campus and other enterprise or telecom networking environments.

Save time and money by choosing a technology partner with the right tools and techniques and experience for inspecting and cleaning of fiber.

Contaminated fiber end faces remain the number one cause of fiber related problems and test failures. With more stringent loss budgets, higher data speeds and new multifiber connectors, proactively inspecting and cleaning will help you ensure network uptime, performance, and reliability.  Despite “everyone” knowing this, fiber contamination and cleaning generates a lot of failed test results.

Americom’s trained, certified technicians always inspect, clean, and test all of it’s fiber projects for optimal performance. It’s this attention to detail that makes Americom “The Right Choice” for your technology demands.

Credit: Fluke Corporation