Corning Inc

Corning, NY 14831

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1 Riverfront Plaza
MP-HQ-02-W30
Corning, NY 14831
United States
http://www.corning.com
607-248-2000
607-974-4548

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Develops and manufactures specialty fibers, micromaterials, microlenses, and microdevices for active and passive optical components in the telecommunications, electronics, military, medical, and other industries. Products include specialty fibers (PM, high index, reduced clad, and others), polarizing glass, lensed fibers, tapers, and holding devices for optical elements.

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Fiber Optic Connectivity

With proven field-installable connector technology, fiber terminations are fast, easy and reliable. Corning high-precision mechanical splice technology enables fiber optic networks...
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Fiber Optic Hardware

Corning has a wide variety of hardware solutions to choose from to fit your cabling needs. Choose from racks, panels, modules, splice trays, and other structured cabling components...
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Fiber Optic Cables

Corning's invention of the first low-loss optical fiber ignited the critical spark that began a communications revolution that forever changed the world. Today, there are more...

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Photonics business roundup: August 2022

Let’s recap all the business announcements in photonics from August 2022.
Fiber Optics

Corning completes acquisition of 3M's Communication Markets Division

The acquisition extends Corning Optical Communications' market reach and access to global customers.
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Corning opened a new fiber-optic manufacturing facility in Newton, NC that will employ 200 people.
Corning opened a new fiber-optic manufacturing facility in Newton, NC that will employ 200 people.
Corning opened a new fiber-optic manufacturing facility in Newton, NC that will employ 200 people.
Corning opened a new fiber-optic manufacturing facility in Newton, NC that will employ 200 people.
Corning opened a new fiber-optic manufacturing facility in Newton, NC that will employ 200 people.
Fiber Optics

Corning opens new fiber-optic manufacturing facility in Newton, NC

This is Corning's latest expansion of its Optical Communications business to meet growing fiber-optic demand.
Fiber Optics

Corning celebrates milestone: one billion kilometers of optical fiber

The event was celebrated at Corning's optical fiber manufacturing facility in Wilmington, NC.
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Passive ceramic cooler shields optics within rotary laser scanners

The trends of miniaturization and high-speed performance place demands on a product's thermal and optical properties.
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Gorilla Glass 4 spectral transmission.
Gorilla Glass 4 spectral transmission.
Gorilla Glass 4 spectral transmission.
Gorilla Glass 4 spectral transmission.
Gorilla Glass 4 spectral transmission.
Optics

Corning introduces Gorilla Glass 4, next generation of chemically strengthened glass for displays, devices

Corning (NYSE:GLW; Corning, NY) has unveiled its newest form of chemically strengthened glass, Gorilla Glass 4, intended for smartphones, tablets, and other devices. Corning says...
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Corning opens first optical fiber plant in India

Corning, NY--Corning Incorporated hosted an inauguration ceremony for its new optical fiber manufacturing facility in India located in Chakan, near Pune.
Bend-resistant fiber designed to survive home users
Bend-resistant fiber designed to survive home users
Bend-resistant fiber designed to survive home users
Bend-resistant fiber designed to survive home users
Bend-resistant fiber designed to survive home users
Fiber Optics

Bend-resistant fiber designed to survive home users

Glass multimode fiberoptic links are being considered that can be set up by ordinary consumers for very high-speed home networking (10 Gbit/s and greater).
Fiber Optics

Corning demonstrates 13,288 km, 40-channel fiber-optic transmission

A group at Corning Incorporated has demonstrated ultralong-haul fiber-optic transmission spanning more than 10,000 km in two different experiments—both of which involve 112 Gbit...
Fiber Optics

Corning large-effective-area submarine optical fiber for repeatered submarine networks

Vascade EX2000 large-effective-area submarine optical fiber has a typical effective area of 112 μm2 and average attenuation of 0.162 dB/km at 1550 nm.

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Optics

Corning expanding Kentucky facility to support Gorilla glass growth

The board of directors of Corning Inc. has approved a capital expenditure of approximately $180 million to expand the company's Harrodsburg, KY manufacturing facility.
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.
Optics

Fresh perspectives propel advances

Somewhere between pure science and pure hard-won ­experience lies technological success. This year's rich variety of achievements in photonics and optoelectronics extends to both...
FIGURE 1. The change in index of refraction of ULE glass is a function of CTE. The precision of the index of refraction and the sensitivity of the CTE to changes in index suggest that CTE can be measured up to 17 times more precisely interferometrically than by the ultrasonic method. This interferogram of a 250 × 51.5-mm (96% clear aperture) EUV-lithography-grade ULE part indicates a DCTE of less than 7 ppb/K.
FIGURE 1. The change in index of refraction of ULE glass is a function of CTE. The precision of the index of refraction and the sensitivity of the CTE to changes in index suggest that CTE can be measured up to 17 times more precisely interferometrically than by the ultrasonic method. This interferogram of a 250 × 51.5-mm (96% clear aperture) EUV-lithography-grade ULE part indicates a DCTE of less than 7 ppb/K.
FIGURE 1. The change in index of refraction of ULE glass is a function of CTE. The precision of the index of refraction and the sensitivity of the CTE to changes in index suggest that CTE can be measured up to 17 times more precisely interferometrically than by the ultrasonic method. This interferogram of a 250 × 51.5-mm (96% clear aperture) EUV-lithography-grade ULE part indicates a DCTE of less than 7 ppb/K.
FIGURE 1. The change in index of refraction of ULE glass is a function of CTE. The precision of the index of refraction and the sensitivity of the CTE to changes in index suggest that CTE can be measured up to 17 times more precisely interferometrically than by the ultrasonic method. This interferogram of a 250 × 51.5-mm (96% clear aperture) EUV-lithography-grade ULE part indicates a DCTE of less than 7 ppb/K.
FIGURE 1. The change in index of refraction of ULE glass is a function of CTE. The precision of the index of refraction and the sensitivity of the CTE to changes in index suggest that CTE can be measured up to 17 times more precisely interferometrically than by the ultrasonic method. This interferogram of a 250 × 51.5-mm (96% clear aperture) EUV-lithography-grade ULE part indicates a DCTE of less than 7 ppb/K.
Optics

Measuring CTE uniformity in ULE glass

Ultra-low-expansion glass must have a very uniform coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) when used for extreme-ultraviolet-lithography photomasks. An interferometric technique...
Fiber Optics

Corning to acquire Lucent's fiber and cable interests in China

Corning Inc. (Corning, NY) has reached an agreement with Lucent Technologies to purchase Lucent's controlling equity interests in Lucent Technologies Shanghai Fiber Optic Co.,...