Networks to drive fiber-optic connector and cable-assembly sales

Fleck, Ken
October 1999
Lightwave;Oct99, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p79
Trade Publication
Reveals the total application demands for fiber connectors and cable assemblies in the United States. Network trends; Gigabit Ethernet; Fiber-optic connectors; Overall performance of the North American connector, cable-assembly and backplane industry.


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