The Corning Fiber Optic Spool (COSP) is a fiber optic cable that is manufactured from copper and other materials.
Its purpose is to provide high speed communications in buildings, where speed is an issue.
In its most basic form, the cable consists of two strands of copper wire wrapped around a single glass bead that is the length of the cable.
The cable has a diameter of about 1.5 feet and is usually used for high speed transmission of voice and data.
Corning is a big proponent of the fiber optic fiber and is the largest provider of fiber optic cables in the United States.
The company has been manufacturing COSP cables for more than 40 years.
Coronas’ new line of COSPs will be the company’s first fiber optic cabling.
The new line will be available in several different colors and sizes.
In a press release, Coronac announced that the COSp fiber optic spools will be “a premium line of quality cables.”
The cable will come in a variety of lengths and colors.
The length of CCSP is around a foot, which is a bit longer than what we saw in our review of the original COSs.
In addition to being a premium cable, the new fiber optic COSps will also be a little bit thicker than the original fiber optic ones, but not quite as thick as what we found in the original cables.
We think that’s because the new COSpts will be made from a slightly thicker material called polyester, which has a slightly lower electrical resistance than copper.
However, that resistance does increase as you move the wire from one end to the other, so we can expect a slight increase in strength and longevity as you increase the diameter.
A Corning representative told us that the new cables will be manufactured in a “world-class facility” that has “the highest quality, best insulation and most advanced manufacturing technology available today.”
The company’s press release does not give a price tag for the new lines, but the price is expected to be about $3,000.
The COSplo has been around since 1985 and has been used in a number of different products.
In 2004, Corning released a fiber-optic line of the same name, which was also made from copper.
We reviewed that line in 2009.
As for Coronans latest COS P cables, they will be based on a new design.
We will be seeing more about Coronacs latest line of cabling as it comes to market.
The announcement came just days after Coronax announced that it was partnering with Apple and Google to bring its first home security camera to market with a $35.95 camera bundle.