A Discussion With EXFO: Certifying, Troubleshooting, and Upgrading Fiber in the Data Center

Feb. 14, 2024
Learn from EXFO's Cole Bondy how to navigate the challenging requirements of compatibility, interoperability, and high-speed upgrades for a highly demanding data center network.

While optical networking is the obvious choice for high-speed data center operations, fiber-optic cabling is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Different fiber types and various connector interfaces present options—and sometimes-difficult choices—for data center administrators, who also must consider characteristics like compatibility and interoperability with an eye toward high-speed upgrades. In this conversation, EXFO’s business development manager Cole Bondy describes the pivotal role that EXFO plays by providing assurance and detecting trouble in data center fiber-optic networks.

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