Amphenol Telect has unveiled a high-density fiber distribution chassis with cable management features that company says will "change the way networks connect."
With the release of its C2LINX 1RU, which is designed for hyperscale networks, Amphenol Telect says it has developed a scalable platform featuring: cable routing links; total front and rear access; inline adapters; flexible module capacity The chassis is designed to fit a variety of network environments, including those for the enterprise, telecommunications and cable TV.
"We've developed a panel that hits the high-density port numbers networks need to mobilize 5G internet and keeps fiber cable management efficient and simple," comments Walt Takisaki, Amphenol Telect's director of product development. "We've gone the extra mile to keep fiber organized, protected and out of the way of the ports. It allows us to achieve a maximum termination density, maintain correct bend radius integrity and minimize strain on the jumpers."
The C2LINX platform, shipping to early access customers in September 2017, adds to the already diverse fiber-optic portfolio Amphenol Telect offers its customer base.
"The entire Amphenol Telect team is incredibly excited to get this product onto the market," says Telect general manager Wayne Williams. "We believe this chassis will help providers move into the next generation of networks with a proven, scalable solution that reduces costs and improves network capacity."
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