The Illustrated Data Center: Cabling
Network cabling may not be particularly high tech in itself, but these cables make the Internet possible, writes Rich Miller of Data Center Knowledge.
A look at the blue-lit servers inside the cold aisle of the Facebook data center in Prineville, Oregon. Facebook reportedly chose blue lights over slightly less expensive green ones because they "looked cooler." (Photo: Facebook via Data Center Knowledge)
"The humble network cable may not be particularly high tech," asserts Rich Miller of Data Center Knowledge. [Ed. note -- Cablinginstall.com readers may beg to disagree.] "But these cables make the Internet possible, connecting servers, storage and networking gear to speedily deliver data from the data center to your browser."
Miller continues, "Keeping all this cabling organized is no small feat, and we’ve featured some of the masters of this art [in] The Illustrated Data Center, a regular series that showcases some of the most unique and visually striking data centers we have seen."
See The Illustrated Data Center: Cabling @ www.datacenterknowledge.com for complete imagery.
For Image Below: A close up of a row of lights illuminating equipment inside a Savvis data center in Slough, outside of London. (Photo of Savvis Slough Campus by Luben Solevvia Data Center Knowledge).