A terranite fiber optic switch that lets people watch TV, watch movies, and listen to music wirelessly using an internet connection could soon be on the market.
A company called Teranet Fiber Optics has announced that its first fiber optic cameras are in production.
Teranet announced in January that it had completed manufacturing of the first terranetic fiber optic switches that can operate with a wired connection.
They were shown off at the International CES 2015 and showed off the ability to stream video and listen music wirefully, without needing to connect to a computer.
Terranite switches can be used in a variety of industries, including healthcare, education, security, and construction, according to Teranett.
TeranET also sells a line of “Optimum Fiber Optic Cameras,” which can operate in the same manner, and can be configured to act as an internet radio antenna.
There are currently three types of fiber optics: terranium, terra, and neodymium.
They all have different properties and characteristics, but the standard terranetics have all been shown to have similar performance.
Terranet’s new switches have been shown on video to be capable of streaming video at 30 frames per second.
“We have designed a very small, compact, lightweight, low-power switch that can run wirelessly at speeds of 10-30Mbps, allowing you to easily stream video with the utmost convenience,” said Teranette CEO Brian O’Connor.
“Our new switches are designed for everyday applications, from streaming music, to gaming, to accessing and managing cloud services, and are a must-have for any home or business with an internet requirement.”
O’Connor said TerranET is now working on a range of other applications, including the “optimum” fiber optics.
“Optimal” fiber optic is a fiber that has a much higher level of performance, but is still only able to achieve a minimum speed of around 2Mbps.
Teronet Fiber, which O’Connors co-founded, is an internet service provider that operates in the United States, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
O’Reilly Media Group is the parent company of Teraneteet Fiber.
Teranian is a company that makes fiber optics and other components for internet service providers.
Its Fiber Optix, a component that enables the wires in a terranete switch to be connected to a router or router hub, was shown off by Google at CES.
The company is looking to build a teranian fiber optic wire that will be compatible with the internet.