Our chiclet-style HDMI connector is compact enough to pull through small-diameter conduit. The advantage of this design over detachable connectors is the avoidance of one or two extra electrical hops in the connection, which can compromise signal transmission quality and increase the possibility of connected devices incompatibility. This is especially crucial at the 18 Gbps data […]
rAVe Publications stopped by our table at the Media Preview event at CEDIA 2016 and gave us the opportunity to talk a bit about our new line of Chromis GigaPOF® active optical cables for long-reach A/V signal distribution. For years, Chromis has been a manufacturer of private-label active optical cables for some of the biggest […]
Peggy Wallace, Managing Director at Golden Seeds, discusses how to empower women entrepreneurs with Bloomberg Television’s Deirdre Bolton Interviews Golden Seeds.
Chromis Fiberoptics makes a range of plastic optical fiber and cable products in our New Jersey factory for a variety of markets, applications and customers in the U.S. and abroad. Over the past few years we have seen a marked preference among our domestic customers for products “Made in the U.S.A.”, especially if the quality and price are competitive with […]
Miri Park, Chromis Fiberoptics’ co-founder and COO, was recently interviewed by Women in AV’s Jennifer Willard, and is currently featured on the Women in AV blog. Women in AV is an incredible group that is dedicated to educating, supporting, encouraging and inspiring women in the audiovisual industry through research and networking opportunities.
March, 2013 – Anaheim, CA – Dr. Whitney White, co-founder and CTO of Chromis Fiberoptics, gave a talk on the Products and Technologies for Commercial Deployment of Gigabit POF Communication at this year’s OFC/NFOEC, the world’s leading conference and exposition for optical communications and networking professionals.
In this short video, CNN Money talks about how angel group and venture fund Golden Seeds invests in women entrepreneurs, featuring Chromis Fiberoptics.