Low-loss optical fiber, invented by Corning decades ago, continues to revolutionize broadcast technology in a bandwidth-hungry world
Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) has received a Technology & Engineering Emmy® award from The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for its 1970 invention of low-loss optical fiber.
“The ability to view high-quality video at any time of the day, from almost any place on a variety of connected and mobile devices, is commonplace today. But it would not be possible without the broad deployment of optical fiber,” said Corning Executive Vice President Clark Kinlin. “It’s impossible to imagine the television industry today without the virtually limitless bandwidth capability of optical fiber. It was born in Corning labs in 1970, and our scientists haven’t stopped improving it since.”
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