August 17th Webinar: Multi-Fiber Connectivity

Aug. 17, 2023
Delivered by technical experts from US Conec, CommScope, and Fluke, the seminar will examine multi-fiber connectivity from three angles: 1) new connector technologies and products; 2) planning a data center fiber network; 3) practical testing tips
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This event was originally held on August 17, 2023  and is now available for on demand viewing.
Sponsor: CommScope, Fluke Networks & US Conec
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The perpetual appetite for internet connectivity among business and consumer users continues to drive demand for the high-throughput capabilities that optical networking provides. Data centers are the epicenters of the internet’s computing functions and data transmission, and as such, data centers are where fiber-optic networking technology evolution often manifest. This webcast seminar, hosted by Cabling Installation & Maintenance, will focus on the technical developments in the realm of fiber-optic connections, with a particular focus on multi-fiber connectivity. Delivered by technical experts from US Conec, CommScope, and Fluke, the seminar will examine multi-fiber connectivity from three angles:1) new connector technologies and products that increase the number of fiber connections possible in a given space,2) options for planning and implementing data center fiber-optic cabling systems based on the ability to connect multiple fibers in a tight space,3) a “how-to, what-with” look at testing installed fiber-optic cabling systems that incorporate multi-fiber connectors.

Ken Hall, RCDD NTS
Solutions Architect for Global Scale Data Centers
As Solutions Architect for Global Scale Data Centers at CommScope, Ken is responsible for fiber optic market development, technology and thought leadership, as well as high speed migration planning for CommScope. Currently focused on portfolio and market planning for 400G/800G+ technologies, Ken has vast experience in global program and project management, technical sales, marketing and industry standards. He has 9 patents to date for fiber optic connectors and infrastructure management solutions. Ken is a registered Communication Distribution Designer (RCDD) and Network Technology Systems Designer (NTS).
Jim Davis
Field Application Engineer
Fluke Networks
Jim Davis has been working in the cabling industry for over 25 years, the last 23 years at Fluke Networks, first as the Sales Director, and now as a Product Application Specialist.Jim has worked on International Cabling Standards Committees and is a frequent speaker at trade shows.Jim’s objective is to bring the experience of the Industry, Market and the Lab to you and present it in way that is useful to field technicians and management.
Jennifer Cline
Director, Business & Technology Development
US Conec
Jennifer Cline is the Director of Business & Technology Development at US Conec. With nearly 25 years of experience in the fiber optic telecommunications industry, Jennifer has held roles in engineering, commercial and product management, with a predominant focus on data centers throughout her extensive career.Jennifer has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University and a Master of Business Administration from Purdue University.
Moderator: Patrick McLaughlin
Chief Editor
Cabling Installation & Maintenance
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