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Posted by: Qing Xu on May 25, 2017

With the technology changes happening in today’s enterprises, all types of organizations – from hotels and gaming facilities to schools and offices – are deploying new fiber cabling infrastructure. Before you make the leap, however, it’s important to understand the power budget of the new architecture, as well as the desired number of connections in each link.

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Posted by: Ron Tellas on May 19, 2017

When dealing with subpar cable and patch cords, it can be frustrating to discover what can cause dropped links – and ultimately downtime and business interruption. When cables aren’t constructed well, performance can be impacted by movement, such as being knocked or bumped, or even frequent moves, adds and changes.

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Posted by: Qing Xu on May 18, 2017

Before deploying a new fiber cabling infrastructure, or reusing the installed infrastructure, it’s essential to understand the link budget of the selected speed and transceivers in the new architecture, as well as the desired number of connections in each link.

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Posted by: Dan Bodenski on May 11, 2017

Like many of the digital transformations we’ve seen in the past few years, artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the way we all do business – including in data centers.

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Posted by: Ron Tellas on May 05, 2017

As digital buildings continue to bring disparate systems together on one physical infrastructure, a wide range of devices – from LED lighting fixtures to surveillance cameras – call for network connectivity to offer the most benefit. Oftentimes, this connection may need to occur within a building’s plenum space (the separate space provided for air circulation): above a drop ceiling or under a raised floor, for example.

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Posted by: Qing Xu on May 04, 2017

To support the expanding cloud ecosystem, optical active component vendors have designed and commercialized new transceiver types under multi-source agreements (MSAs) for different data center types; standards bodies are incorporating these new variants into new standards development.

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Posted by: Warren McCarty on April 28, 2017

There are certain utility services that businesses require in order to function: water, gas, sewer and electricity services are at the top of the list. As public utilities, these services are provided to all organizations; their cost is typically determined based on usage and demand, and customers pay a metered fee based on individual consumption levels.

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Posted by: Dan Bodenski on April 27, 2017

The “data-center-in-a-box” concept is becoming reality as data center operators look for solutions that are easily replicated, scaled and deployed following a just-in-time methodology.
Rack scale design is a modular, efficient design approach that supports this desire for easier-to-manage compute and storage solutions.

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