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March 1st, 2010
Popular Science, in its February issue, mentions Corning's ClearCurve fiber optic cable in an article on rebuilding the nation's telecom infrastructure.
"Corning's new, flexible ClearCurve cable features a nanomaterial mesh wrapped around the cable core that keeps the photons in line even when stapled, bent or twisted around a nail - usually any such quick turns would make the line go dark," Popular Science wrote. "That means telecoms can finally put fiber optic lines into people's homes, where cables often run up against right angles and tight squeezes from the sidewalk to the house.
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