2 Ways Fiber Has Improved Information Security

Erik-Gronvall-Photo_blog Erik Gronvall August 11, 2017

This blog post is part of our blog series—Fiber Friday. Our subject matter experts will provide you with some insight into the world of fiber optics, covering various industry topics.

There is no doubt that our personal information is important to us. We want it to be as secure as possible. Do you know that deploying fiber in a network is one way operators make sure our information is protected?

Fiber allows us to transmit data faster, thus keeping it safer. In this Fiber Friday vlog, I give you two ways fiber increases information security for businesses and consumers.

CLICK TO TWEET: CommScope gives you two ways fiber improved information security.

About the Author


Erik Gronvall

Erik Gronvall is Vice President of Service Provider Strategy and Network Architecture for the Americas for CommScope. Erik joined CommScope through the acquisition of TE Connectivity’s Broadband Network Solutions (BNS) businesses in August of 2015. Collectively, Erik has served TE and ADC for more than 10 years - leading product strategy, design and development for inside and outside plant connectivity solutions. Erik holds multiple patents on network architectures and product designs and provides regular consultation to customers on outside plant connectivity requirements. Erik holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Minnesota and an MBA at the University of St. Thomas.