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Corning: Ceramic and Glass help insure smooth and balanced Audio

Corning, the world leader in specialty glass and ceramics, will be demonstrating its latest innovation to help the music industry create clear, crisp recordings at booth #1047 at NAMM. Please let me know if you would be interested in scheduling some time to speak with Corning at the show to learn more about this innovation.

Corning will showcase Optical Cables by Corning, which connect computers and peripherals at speeds up to 5 Gb/s through USB or up to 10 Gb/s through Thunderbolt™ technology and up to 20 Gb/s through Thunderbolt 2. Utilizing cutting-edge optical fiber technology, there is no electromagnetic interference (EMI) with the cables, helping to ensure a smooth and balanced audio track.

Optical Cables by Corning maintain high-data transfer speeds over much longer distances than the three meters allowed by traditional copper cables. Optical Cables by Corning reach distances of up to 60 meters. The cables are also 50 percent smaller, 80 percent lighter, and still stronger than comparable copper cables, making them ideal for recording studios and on location recording and editing. The cables are thin, light and remarkably tough – they can be bent, squeezed, and tangled.

Please let me know if you would be interested in scheduling some time to speak with the Optical Cables by Corning team at NAMM or to see a demonstration of the cables.

We hope to see you at Corning’s booth at NAMM — #1047!

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