FiberSource is a woman owned minority business founded in February 1996 as a manufacturer of fiber optic connectivity solutions. Our staff and management have over 40 years combined experience in the design and manufacture of fiber optic connectivity solutions. In the short time since FiberSource was founded we have grown to a full service manufacturer of fiberoptic components, assemblies, PLC, WDM, CWDM splitters, high fiber count cable terminations, lgx patch panels, pre-loaded adapter plates and much more.
FiberSource offers a comprehensive line of fiber optic products and connectivity solutions. FiberSource offers a standard line of FOCIS compliant fiber optic components: LC Connectors, SC Connectors, ST ® II connectors, LC OTW Short Boot Connectors and a variety of adapters, build out style attenuators, PLC splitters, WDM, CWDM, LC APC Jumpers and pigtails, patch cords, jumpers, specialty pigtails, BlueMarlin bend insensitive fiber products, custom labeled simplex, duplex and multi fiber cables and many other fiber optic components. FiberSource also offers custom packaging, injection molding, custom labeling and drop shipping services.
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