New OMNIA-RA Series

Light-weight and durable hardware enclosures (COVERED BY U.S. PATENT NO. 10,191,238)

The New OMNIA-RA Enclosure Series offers a lightweight yet durable option for our customers. It is a user-friendly, aesthetically pleasing alternative to our previous model that is sure to be a great solution for our customer’s connectivity needs.

FEATURES:

  • The Enclosure’s Reduced Depth and Aluminum Body provide for a lightweight, one-man installations and costs less to ship.
  • The Riveted Piano Hinge ensures durable, long-lasting Front Door action without the hassle of extra hardware.
  • The stylish Slide Tray and Cable Management Bar are now manufactured out of one piece of metal for ease of use and again require less hardware.
  • Two attractive Door Knobs with Magnetic Catches provide an aesthetically pleasing appearance while making it simple for the user to open and close the Front Door.
  • The new Rear Door offers easy removal with a unique Dual Plunger Design.
  • An attached Rear Cable Management Plate requires less hardware and is less expensive to manufacture.
  • The Pure White Paint Color gives the Enclosure a clean professional appearance.

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DMSI is ready to work with you to customize your fiber optic network!

We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a lower cost.

Do you need a custom fiber optic connectivity solution? DMSI specializes in custom design solutions. We work all over the world to provide solutions from our headquarters in Venice, Florida. Our goal is to provide you with the perfect solutions, designs, and cabling.

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DMSI Values Your Time

Time-based competition is a constructed economical strategy whose focus is to compress the time required to propose, develop, manufacture, market, and deliver its products. For accomplishing a sustainable competitive advantage, it emphasizes time as the main factor.

The term time-based competition was first coined by George Stalk and introduced in a 1988 Harvard Business Review article entitled “Time-The Next Source of Competitive Advantage”, and published in a follow-up book in 1990, “Competing Against Time: How Time-Based Competition Is Reshaping Global Markets”.

Here at DMSI, we emphasize responding to customer demands in a fast and efficient manner because we value our customer’s time; this is in comparison with our other big competitors with 5 to 6 months lead time. Lead time reduction throughout the system is our top priority, from the time you place an order, manufacturing, and until you finally receive the product. Thus, providing you with superior quality products and prompt delivery performance at a lower-competitive price.

We have cable and components in stock, ready to build finished products (e.g., panels, trunks, jumpers, MTP products, media converters).

Consult DMSI For Your Fiber Optic Needs

DMSI is ready to work with you to customize your fiber optic network!

We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a lower cost.

Do you need a custom fiber optic connectivity solution? DMSI specializes in custom design solutions. We work all over the world to provide solutions from our headquarters in Venice, Florida. Our goal is to provide you with the perfect solutions, designs, and cabling.

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OFNR vs. OFNP

Cable jackets are comprised of different materials based on different applications. Plastics used in the structure of plenum cable in the United States are regulated under the National Fire Protection Association standard NFPA 90A: Standard for the Installation of Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems. All materials planned for use on wire and cables to be placed in plenum spaces are intended to meet rigorous fire safety test standards by NFPA 262 and outlined in NFPA 90A.

OFNR (Optical Fiber Non-conductive Riser)

Used in riser applications or spaces inside a building in pathways that pass between floors, such as a vertical zone or space. They are engineered to prevent a fire from spreading from floor to floor within buildings. OFNR cable is resistant to oxidation and degradation. It gives off heavy black smoke, hydrochloric acid, and other toxic gases when it burns. It is fine to use as a patch cord or for single in-wall runs. If you want to use it in a building, the building must feature a contained ventilation system and have good fire exits.

OFNP (Optical Fiber Non-conductive Plenum)

Used in plenum applications or inside buildings in plenum areas, the areas between a ceiling and the floor above it, where space is reserved for the circulation of air. They have the highest rated fire retardant which emits little smoke during combustion. The non-conductive element within OFNP means they contain no electrically conductive components. OFNP cable has fire resistance and gives low smoke when it burns. It can be used as a substitute for PVC (OFNR) cable since its fire resistance is the highest. It’s designed for the movement of environmental air and is commonly used for vertical runs between floors.

DMSI utilizes UL-listed cables in all our products. UL-listed cables are fully traceable and guarantee high quality and safe product. To combat counterfeit offshore cables, we recommend asking your suppliers for a certificate of compliance, or proof of where your product is coming from.

Consult DMSI For Your Fiber Optic Needs

We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a lower cost.

Do you need a custom fiber optic connectivity solution?

DMSI is ready to work with you to customize your fiber optic network!

We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a competitive cost.

Do you need a custom fiber optic connectivity solution? DMSI specializes in custom design solutions. We work all over the world to provide solutions from our headquarters in Venice, Florida. Our goal is to provide you with the perfect solutions, designs, and cabling.

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FTTx Solutions for your home and business

FTTx or fiber in the loop is a generic term for any broadband network using fiber optic cables to provide communication signals to subscribers at high speeds. Fiber optic cables can carry much more data across greater distances at a manageable cost than traditional copper cables.

FTTx or Fiber-to-the-Anything

The demand for broadband network connectivity is driving the adoption of FTTX solutions that leverage fiber-optic networks to deliver high-capacity communications to homes (FTTH), businesses (FTTB), and other premises over long distances and at manageable costs.

Consult DMSI For Your Fiber Optic Needs

DMSI is ready to work with you to customize your fiber optic network!

We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a lower cost.

Do you need a custom fiber optic connectivity solution? DMSI specializes in custom design solutions. We work all over the world to provide solutions from our headquarters in Venice, Florida. Our goal is to provide you with the perfect solutions, designs, and cabling.

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Why 5G Wireless Need Lots of Fiber?

To be fully functional, 5G will depend on fiber.

The most recent development in wireless network infrastructure is a fifth generation, AKA, 5G. This will cover up to 100 times more connected devices, including both mobile and fixed network infrastructure.

Superficially, people would think that 5G technology will eliminate the need for fiber cables. Quite the reverse, the future 5G’s success significantly depends on fiber.

Fiber is Substantial to Increase the Speed

5G promised to increase to speed up to 10 Gbps, which is ten to a hundred times higher than 4G. Among all mediums, fiber is the best future-proof choice that is capable of transporting data at a long distance and high bandwidth.

Better Performance Requires Fiber

The goal of the 5G network to accomplish diversity, availability, and coverage can be achieved by wider deployment of smaller cell sites/distributed antenna systems (DAS) interconnected by fiber instead of a few larger ones in favor of utilizing the capabilities in an area. To meet this goal, there will need to be more fiber used worldwide because copper or air options will not be able to sustain this.

Affordability

Fiber is the best all around option because of its cost-effectiveness and durability.

Fiber is Here to Stay

5G wireless and fiber will go hand in hand. Its placement will significantly depend on the availability of fiber infrastructure. In the future generation of wireless network, fiber will be valuable with an improvement of capacity and lower latency.

DMSI Can Install Your Fiber Optic System Today!

Check out our Cable Assemblies and Fiber Optical Cables Products.

DMSI is ready to work with you to customize your fiber optic network!

We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a competitive cost.

Do you need a custom fiber optic connectivity solution? DMSI specializes in custom design solutions. We work all over the world to provide solutions from our headquarters in Venice, Florida. Our goal is to provide you with the perfect solutions, designs, and cabling.

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Why You Need Low-Loss Fiber Connectivity

In any data center, the key for each manager is to maintain efficiency and set your network up for optimal connectivity. However, things do not always go to plan every single day, and you have to factor that into your business. There are plenty of factors that contribute to link loss, such as the length and type of cable, or the number of connectors. Low-loss MPO or MTP connectors will give you greater adaptability and flexibility. The biggest thing to remember with any type of fiber optics product is that your daily tasks will be made simple. Processes that used to take up time will now be done in a much more efficient manner. With low-loss connectivity, your functionality will increase, such as expanding the distance of your network due to the number of connections possible.


With low-loss connectivity, your functionality will increase, such as expanding the distance of your network due to the number of connections possible.

How Will It Help?

As with anything in this sector, or any sector really, the key is to minimize risk. By using low-loss fiber connectivity, you’re effectively shrinking the risk that would’ve been there. In today’s data centers, optical insertion budgets are shrinking. It’s also important to recognize that much of the architecture for layouts has become flattened. Considering LANs now have higher port densities, flatter networks have become more prevalent. So, this isn’t necessarily something you have to do, but it would bring you incredible value.

What Are The Benefits?

The benefit of having low-loss fiber connectivity is that it gives you a greater amount of connection points. Specifically, more connection points in 10, 40, and 100 gigabit Ethernet channels. Another main benefit of using this type of technology is how much easier it makes for simple processes. With the low loss, fiber makes it much easier (and faster) to change your server connections between ports.

DMSI Can Help With All Of Your Fiber Connectivity Needs!

We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a lower cost.

Do you need a custom fiber optic connectivity solution? DMSI specializes in custom design solutions. We work all over the world to provide solutions from our headquarters in Venice, Florida. Our goal is to provide you with the perfect solutions, designs, and cabling.

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The Potential Damage That Can Harm Your Cables


Fiber Optics will be at the forefront of communication for years to come, but like all things, there are ways in which they can be harmed.

Whether it’s a family home or a business, many people are making the switch to fiber optic cables due to the increased efficiency that they bring. Not only are they more effective than copper wires, but they’re lighter and faster as well. Fiber Optics will be at the forefront of communication for years to come, but like all things, there are ways in which they can be harmed.

Recklessness

With a product like this, a primary concern is with those that try to steal. Thievery is always a problem, and with fiber optic cables, it happens more than you’d think. Many times, robbers will see fiber optics and mistake them for a form of metal, which translates to money in their minds. Therefore, they will attempt to steal in hopes of reselling the cables. Fiber optics don’t contain metal, but people will still try to displace them.

Weather

The beauty of fiber optic cables is that they are designed to outlast any type of normal weather precipitation. However, in the event of a large-scale scenario (such as an earthquake), the cables will suffer from damage. Now, natural disasters are rare occasions, but even in normal conditions, it’s still important to get your cables regularly checked to maintain peak efficiency.

Harm From Animals

When fiber optic cables are installed, they are typically placed underground or through the interior of a building. Naturally, there are a variety of animals that can come into contact with the cables. Whether it’s rodents throughout the house or animals venturing in from outside areas, there’s a small chance they could end up disturbing your setup. If this happens, make sure to have your cables examined. This is also why it’s smart to schedule regular checkups for efficiency, in case something like that does happen.

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DMSI is ready to work with you to customize your fiber optic network!

We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a competitive cost.

Do you need a custom fiber optic connectivity solution? DMSI specializes in custom design solutions. We work all over the world to provide solutions from our headquarters in Venice, Florida. Our goal is to provide you with the perfect solutions, designs, and cabling.

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Fiber Optics Are Being Used in the Art of Avionics

While fiber optics used within the networking industry are changing the way we see the internet, the same kind of cabling can be used for other advantages.

Fiber optics are a growing aspect of our technology in almost every field of work. For many, this is an exciting process. We’ve already discussed how fiber optics are being used to detect blood clots, which can save lives; medical professionals have rejoiced over this new technology, which has allowed them to work more effectively. And, while fiber optics used within the networking industry are changing the way we see the internet, the same kind of cabling can be used for other advantages. In this week’s blog, we’re going to explore how fiber optics are being used for avionic technology.

Unmanned Aircraft

When it comes to building these devices, the fiber optics industry has taken over. The cables make it easier than ever to communicate data and video. Using fiber optics, or fly-by-light technology, unmanned aircraft become lighter. They also cost much less. This technology has already been implemented in larger, manned aircraft; but, condensing the cable system within smaller devices will soon be a common practice. Another fantastic benefit of using fiber optics is that it cannot be affected by interference or electromagnetic fields. The signal will never fade, allowing the drones to be used to their full potential.

Commercial Flights

Even in commercial avionics, fiber optics have played a huge role. They’re being used for in-flight entertainment, allowing for faster streaming and better connection. This technology is much less expensive. Likewise, fiber optics can even be used for safety equipment. For example, it can be used for the technology that lowers emergency oxygen masks in the case of an emergency. This ensures a lower rate of malfunction, and a faster response time if disaster strikes.

Benefits

Even years ago, in 2009, the market for fiber optics in the avionics industry was estimated to be $309 million. It has grown exponentially since then, in both military and commercial flying technology. Fiber optic cables weigh less, cost less, are faster, and more efficient than their copper cable counterparts. It’s no wonder that such brilliant technology is being used for an incredibly important area such as avionics.

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DMSI is ready to work with you to customize your fiber optic network!

We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a competitive cost.

Do you need a custom fiber optic connectivity solution? DMSI specializes in custom design solutions. We work all over the world to provide solutions from our headquarters in Venice, Florida. Our goal is to provide you with the perfect solutions, designs, and cabling.

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All You Need to Know About Polarity in an MPO System

A multi-fiber connector is the backbone of 40/100 GbE. They are called MPO technology; they have high density, top-notch flexibility, and advanced durability. As such, they are an important aspect of fiber optics and the industry at large. When designing a network, the polarity of an MPO system is how networkers determine if the signal of the fiber optic connection can be transmitted from each component, end-to-end. So, how do they go about figuring this out? Let’s explore the polarity in MPO systems, and how to understand them.

The Contents of an MPO Connector

MPO connectors are commonly made of 12 fiber strands. And, when deployed, these fiber strands must match up in order to send a transmission at the correct polarity. These polarity types, A, B, and C, allow each fiber to correctly communicate through transmit and receive files, labeled TR and RX respectively. MPO connectors can also come with strand numbers of 24, 36, and 72. The orientation of the connector also affects the polarity of the system.

Why Does Polarity Matter?

While polarity does not affect the ability of the system to actually function, it plays an important role in communication between fibers and cables. There is no performance advantage to any kind of polarity. So, you may be wondering why it matters at all. The issue is that certain situations require a specific kind of polarity. There are three methods used to connect these cables, called methods A, B, and C. And, to match, there are three kinds of MPO trunk cables used for each method. When used correctly, polarity in an MPO system can achieve faster transmission speeds in a fiber optic industry constantly searching for ways to increase productivity.

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DMSI is ready to work with you to customize your fiber optic network!

We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a competitive cost.

Do you need a custom fiber optic connectivity solution? DMSI specializes in custom design solutions. We work all over the world to provide solutions from our headquarters in Venice, Florida. Our goal is to provide you with the perfect solutions, designs, and cabling.

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