Data Center News - Jan 10th, 2023
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January 10, 2023
Despite the hyperscale data center segment being on track for 28% growth in 2022, Dell'Oro Group predicts a period of "cloud deceleration" for 2023.
A new study from BIS Research reveals the global data cooling center market was valued at $17.82 billion in 2021 -- and is projected to balloon to $44.52 billion by 2027.
New connectors are positioned for use in advanced servers, data center, storage, workstation, and networking equipment deployed to power big data applications, including those for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies.
200G QSFP-DD breakout to 8x25G port cable from Vitex replaces combined patch cables plus optical transceiver pluggables.
New transaction secures twelve megawatts at Prime’s Los Angeles data center LAX-01 for delivery in Q4 of 2024.
The RD-P lets technicians test multifiber cable assemblies while toggling directly from polarity to IL/RL measurements without disconnecting the device under test.
New DCX System is billed as a high-density, end-to-end fiber infrastructure solution that maximizes signal integrity as it handles large numbers of fiber connections without compromising on ease-of-use.
This seminar will discuss the options available and pending for new multi-fiber connectors, their intended applications, and use cases, along with practical considerations for design and planning.
In this Cabling Installation & Maintenance-hosted webinar sponsored by Sunbird, attendees will learn how to elevate data center cable management with elegant 3D visualization tools.
In this report, readers will learn about the nuances of testing and troubleshooting cabling in data center environments. It then goes on to explore 11 real-world situations you might also be experiencing and strategies to overcome them.
SENKO Advanced Components’ Chris Tutt explains some benefits of the SN connector, which uses the LC ferrule in a very small form factor (VSFF) design. The connector simplifies networks by reducing the number of components in them. And it plays a role in sustainability by helping reduce the network’s power requirements.