Optical Fiber – The Backbone of Today’s Digital Economy

As global data traffic grows, added demand is being put on the world’s communication networks. To address those demands, high-speed optical transceivers, flexible and scalable optical transport products, compact connectors and fiber management are all vital capabilities to build high-bandwidth and high-density communication equipment to serve telecom, enterprise and hyperscale data centers.

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Single-Use Medical Circuitry

Much in the future of healthcare is focused on maintaining or improving the physical and mental well-being of an individual through the prevention, diagnosis and non-surgical treatment of, and quicker recovery from, disease or injury. As a science-based field, it relies on an understanding of the condition of a patient’s body in order to achieve successful outcomes.

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The Patient Journey, Part 3: Medical Monitoring

In 1887 British physiologist Augustus Desiré Waller repurposed a desktop-sized capillary electrometer for use as the world’s first functional electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) device. Over a century later, a major consumer device manufacturer has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance as a class 2 medical device, making it the first consumer-oriented ECG device able to present the results directly to the consumer without first needing the review of a medical professional. It will not be the last.

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