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By Fibrebond | July 26, 2016

Fiber optic networks are the future of the Internet: they provide faster broadband speeds to residential and commercial users and lay the foundation for 5G services to come. As city governments and technology companies, like Google, grapple with who should build these fiber networks, one thing is clear: the success of each project will depend on how well the network is installed and protected from weather damage, tampering and vandalism.

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By Fibrebond | July 26, 2016

The year 2016 saw an increase in awareness of environmental problems across the board. Everyone from suburban homeowners to largescale manufacturers has become more conscious of their carbon footprints, energy expenditures, and pollutants they produce that impact the quality of life for themselves and others. Despite this advancement, there is little acknowledgement of noise pollution as an environmental threat. Power generators inevitably produce noise.

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By Fibrebond | July 25, 2016

The telecommunications industry has a well-earned reputation as a space of constant innovation.  Researchers and engineers drive the ongoing wireless revolution with a steady advance of new technologies, bringing ever-new change to the way people interact with one another, and the world.   So there is a certain irony to the fact that one of the most transformative recent innovations in the Power industry actually emerges from the introduction of methods long established as standard practice... Read More

By Fibrebond | July 24, 2016

What is “lean”? According to the Lean Enterprise Institute (LEI), “The core idea is to maximize customer value while minimizing waste. Simply, lean means creating more value for customers with fewer resources.” The term "lean" was coined to describe Toyota's business during the late 1980s by a research team headed by Jim Womack, Ph.D., at MIT's International Motor Vehicle Program. Using lean manufacturing practices, Japanese car companies made up over 30% of the U.S. market by 2004; Toyota... Read More

By Fibrebond | July 24, 2016

Every company has an origin story. This genesis is what shapes a company’s values and can ultimately be what determines its success. Fibrebond is a company with such a story. Founded in 1982, the year Time Magazine named the computer Machine of the Year, Fibrebond was born amidst the digital technology revolution. It was a time when technology companies came zooming into the marketplace, determined to provide the next big thing, only to die out just as quickly. Fibrebond stayed the course,... Read More

By Fibrebond | July 23, 2016

Generators are valuable pieces of equipment, becoming more and more common as power backups in case of an emergency. Unfortunately, these generators, or gensets, create vibrations that travel through the air and cause noise pollution. This unwanted sound can be especially disturbing in residential areas. International Supply Company (ISCO) specializes in engineering and manufacturing acoustical products that reduce the loud sounds produced by generators.  

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By Fibrebond | July 21, 2016

During the 20th century, goods manufactured in the United States dominated global markets. From General Motors vehicles to Levi Strauss jeans, American products became household names in countries across the globe. However, in recent decades, more and more companies have outsourced manufacturing operations abroad to reduce costs and raise profits. Unfortunately, in an attempt to reduce costs, costs actually go up as product quality and service go down. Fibrebond is curbing this trend, and has... Read More

By Fibrebond | July 15, 2016

 In a globalized economy, consumers may be overwhelmed with purchasing options and unsure how to get the best deal on high-quality products. They may not realize that the best choice they can make is to buy from American companies. American products have the highest quality, and buying from companies in America supports the local and national economy. This benefits American customers both inside and outside of the immediate business transactions they are making.

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