Corning low-loss fiber won the Emmy award

  Corning Incorporated yesterday announced that its low – loss optical fiber invented in the 1970s won the Emmy Award for Technology and Engineering at the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

  At the 68th Annual Emmy Technology Engineering Conference in Las Vegas, Corning won the award for innovation pioneer and fiber-optic deployment with fiber-based changes to fiber-based engineering.

  Corning’s executive VP Clark Kinlin said that today’s high-quality video is commonplace in different places, even on mobile devices, but it is not possible to deploy without fiber in the home telecom network projects. Without the almost infinite bandwidth capability offered by fiber, the television industry today is not going to be a reality. Fiber was first born in the 1970s Corning laboratory, and Corning scientists have been working to improve this technology.

The Honourable Dr. Gao Kun, pioneered in the development and use of fiber optics in telecommunications. Kao, known as the “Godfather of Broadband”, “Father of Fiber Optics”, or “Father of Fiber Optic Communications”

  Corning scientists Robert Maurer, Donald Keck and Peter Schultz first invented to support long-distance transmission of low-loss fiber. This breakthrough technology solves the transmission problem of the information age. In 2000, the invention also won the National Technology Award.

  Kinlin pointed out that Corning’s glass products reshape today’s human life, so many new things possible. Corning thanked the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for awarding this award to Corning. Corning will continue to bring glass-related innovations to the communications and entertainment industries.

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