Last week, we released our new Vtric brand of premium Active Optical Cables (AOCs). In this interview, Richard Brown, the VP of Marketing at VIA, explains why we introduced Vtric and the impact AOCs could have on computer vision and other applications.
Over the last couple of weeks, we have been running a survey competition on the subject of active optical cables. As a takeaway, we thought we would summarize our findings, to give a picture of the general active optical cable trends of the moment.
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The fiber optics market is predicted to grow from USD 2.75 billion in 2016 to approximately USD 3.72 billion by 2022. What’s causing this continual increase and how have cables become so popular in the first place?
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