Corning Talks FTTH

CORNING, N.Y. -- Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) will highlight its innovative fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) solutions through exhibits and hands-on demonstrations at the 2008 FTTH Conference & Expo, Sept. 21-25 in Nashville.

In its newly designed exhibit (booth #507), Corning will display its complete tip-to-tip solution in an FTTH network, from the central office to a single-family unit (SFU) and a multidwelling unit (MDU). Throughout the exhibit, customers will be able to see exactly where the products fit into their network deployment and experience hands-on demonstrations of the ClearCurve™ bend-insensitive cable, the OptiSnap™ Field-Installable Connector, the OptiSplice® One Handheld Fusion Splicer and the M90e Fusion Splicer.

Corning will display its revolutionary ClearCurve bend-insensitive optical fiber-based product suite and will demonstrate how the OptiSnap No-Epoxy/No-Polish Connector allows ClearCurve drop cables to be terminated and installed in the field. Visitors will experience first-hand how Corning ClearCurve products allow them to design optical fiber cable into complex environments like MDUs and provide their customers near-infinite bandwidth benefits, while simplifying the installation process.

Corning will also feature its high-density Enhanced Management Frame (EMF) and the efficient Eclipse® Hardware family, which are optimal central office solutions for fiber-to-the-x (FTTx) networks.

Corning Inc. (NYSE: GLW)

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