MULTIMODE

Prysmian Group’s multimode optical fibres for the Datacom, enterprises and premises cabling industries are based on our Plasma-activated Chemical Vapour Deposition Process (PCVD), acknowledged worldwide as offering the best core profile accuracy in multimode fibres.

The result is a complete portfolio covering the full  range of application standards, from OM1 and OM2 optical fibres up to high data rate OM3 and OM4, all supported by dedicated customer service that guarantees premium quality of deliveries. All multimode optical fibres produced by Prysmian Group are coated with the microbending reducing DLPC9 coating. Our products cover Local Access Networks (LAN), data centers and server farms, central offices, and Storage Area Networks (SAN).

For all these different fibre types, Prysmian Group associate its fully dedicated customer service, which is warrant for premium quality of deliveries.

MAXCAP BB OM4 PLUS

Madcap-BB-OM4-plus has been developed as a new robust laser-optimized and bend insensitive multimode fibre, offering compensation to chromatic dispersion introduced by VCSEL transverse modes, operating at different wavelengths. This is realized by tuning the core refractive index profile causing a left tilted DMD pilot.

MAXCAP BB OMX BEND SENSITIVE

Madcap-BB-OMx has been developed as a new robust laser-optimized bend-insensitive multimode fibre. These optical fibres (OM2, OM2+, OM3 and OM4 quality levels) combine two of Prysmian Group's industry leading technologies: MaXcap high bandwidth multimode fibre and BendBright bend insensitive single mode optical fibre technology.

LEGACY MAXCAP OMX

A range of legacy 850mm laser-optimised 50um multimode optical fibres for low-cost, short reach 19Gb/s connectivity.

LEGACY OM1 & OM2

Legacy OM1 and OM2 graded-index 50/125um and 62.5/125um multimode optical fibres are offered for use in premises' wiring applications, like Local Area Networks (including backbone, riser and horizontal) with video, data and/or voice services using LED, VCSEL, and Fabry-Perot laser sources at 850um or 1300um.