With the advent of ‘Big Data’, including the development of large data centers, each comprising thousands of servers, the need for faster circuitry has materialized. As circuit speeds exceed 40/100G fiber optics has begun to be employed to connect server racks, switches and routers in both public and private data centers.
Fiberconcepts’ industry leading experience and engineering excellence have been applied to each advanced and customized on-board optics (OBO) fiber assemblies; ultimately provide unprecedented support for high-performance on-board optics system. Some customers came to us at the conceptual stage of a new development using unique fiber assemblies to support their on-board optics application. Initially, the challenge was to develop a set of quality requirements and achievable stringent tolerances to make the customized fiber assembly to precisely fit into a specific OBO device, we are proud to work closely with customer to accomplish the task together.
These tiniest fiber assemblies take ever important role in the entire process of conceptualizing ideas, designing, developing and eventually introduce a new OBO product. Fiberconcepts works in close collaboration with customers on each stage throughout the process, we help our customers outshine competitors with maximized quality and minimized cost.
|Fully customizable advanced fiber assemblies solutions|
|Delivers design flexibility to meet the needs of specific on-board fiber interconnection applications|
|Support unique design of various lens-type connectors|
|Enabling dust insensitive and low mating force|
|Precision fiber cleaving using the latest laser technology|
|Precise control on every geometry of the fiber end-face for delivering superior optical quality|
|Unprecedented support for high-performance on-board optics system|
|Support fiber interconnection from chip-to-chip, board-to-board, on-board, and system-to-system|
|Extremely low profile interconnect solution|
|Unique designed and manufacture process made according to customer designed OBO structure|
Example: MT-Male to Fiber Array & Custom Lens-type Connector