NEUTRIK Expands Its opticalCON ADVANCED Portfolio
NEUTRIK says its opticalCON ADVANCED fiber portfolio has been expanded by introducing two MTP high-speed, high-capacity connectivity systems, creating a standard solution for point-to-point connections in ProAV and broadcast applications.
The company claims the single mode opticalCON MTP 16 and multimode opticalCON MTP 48 offer 16 and 48 data channels within a single cable, providing high-speed, high data capacity from a reliable, low maintenance connectivity solution capable of rapid deployment and immediate playback. Additional benefits include up to 24x less cabling requirements and cost optimization per single fiber/data channel.
NEUTRIK says the MTP 16 and MTP 48 systems incorporate several design advances inherent in the NEUTRIK opticalCON DRAGONFLY. These have simultaneously been introduced across the complete opticalCON ADVANCED fiber portfolio.
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