Media Data Center Solutions for Broadcast Outlets
Owning and managing your media data center can be a differentiator, fueling always-on, always-reliable content and entertainment as viewer demand increases and expectations grow ever higher. With proven end-to-end broadcasting and media center design expertise, we can help reduce waste and maximize uptime while streamlining your data operations & enabling real-time insights.
- Standardized solutions to minimize network disruption & potential for manual error
- Products engineered to work together for faster installation, easier maintenance & maximum uptime
- Belden Fibre1 Center of Excellence where we pressure-test fiber solutions based on your unique requirements, in a true-to-life broadcasting environment
- Widest selection of cabling & connectivity products provides customers with unparalleled access to solutions wherever data is needed
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Products designed to work together for optimal performance & a seamless deployment workflow.
Products to meet your density, bandwidth, latency & form factor needs.
Several Fiber Patch Panel families are available to suit various levels of fiber density support
Ribbon Fiber Cable
Support growing bandwidth in 40G/100G data centers through cables with high fiber counts
Fiber Pre-Term Assemblies
Patch cords, multi-fiber cable & MPO trunk assemblies and multi-fiber cable assemblies for maximum...
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From the Blog
Broadcast & AV
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Christine Williamson | 01.30.2020
Broadcast & AV
As stadiums and arenas focus on creating the ultimate fan experience, they also want to give viewers outside the stadium an immersive experience.
Benoit Chevarie | 11.21.2019
When we talk about data center density, what does that mean? To most, it relates to the amount of computing power (or power draw) per rack or per square foot. The more power per rack or square foot, the higher the density.