How Exponent Fiber Optics Will Impact the Internet

This week, Exponent, the company that makes Exponent Light, Expense and Expenses, is unveiling the first of its fiber optic splices.

The fiber optic products are being marketed as being the best way to upgrade existing fiber optics or build new ones, with fiber optics being the primary conduit for connecting fiber optic gear to a home.

Exponent has been a leader in the fiber optics industry since it was founded in 2003.

The company currently produces about 500,000 fiber optic cables a month, with a goal of delivering 3 million in 2020.

In addition to the fiber optic cable splices, the splices will be the first in Exponent’s Fiber Optic line, which includes the Exponent Flexi and Exponent Connect.

They are priced at $4,500 each.

Exponent Fiber Connect will be available for the first time in October, but the company also announced that it will be shipping the first version of the Spliced Fiber Opticon in the fall of 2020.

The Spliced fiber optic is a standard splice of fiber optic that is sold separately for $200.

It will be used to splice fiber optic fiber cables into a home’s existing fiber optic wiring, to create a fiber optic conduit that connects to a wall outlet, to connect to a network cable, or to connect a high-speed Internet connection.

The spliced fiber is designed to be easy to install, with the cable splice easily accessible to technicians.

Expanded Fiber Optiators have been available since 2012, and the Splicing Fiber Opticons were introduced in January. 

The splices can also be used as a standalone device for connecting to a router or cable modem, as well as a router-to-cable modem connection.

The spliced Fiber optic splice can also connect to the internet via a cable modem that has a dedicated cable splicing device.

Exponents Flexi splices also offer a built-in Ethernet connection to the home network. 

Exponent has launched several other fiber optic product lines, including Exponent Opti Fiber, Exponents Opti, Expensia Fiber Optivision, Expansia Opti Ethernet, and Expensi Fiber Optix.

As we noted last week, we’ll be publishing a full-length article in the coming weeks on the Splices and their impact on the Internet, but in the meantime, check out the video below for a look at what it looks like when it’s installed in your home.