Data Center News - Nov 14th, 2023
Data center technology and business updates for ICT pros
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November 14, 2023
AFL and its parent company Fujikura are suing Sterlite Technologies in the U.S. and in Europe.
The product set allows operators to increase the density of fiber-optic connections in data center and service provider networks.
Being aware of the distinctions between single mode and multimode cables is imperative.
Artificial intelligence isn’t likely to replace the jobs of cabling-system designers and installers. But it could help map out optimum cable routes, and undoubtedly will mean more bits and bytes flying through data centers.
Sumitomo Electric Lightwave’s Josh Seawell demonstrates, and describes the benefits of, SEL’s 3RU Rack-Mounted Splice Enclosure. The enclosure, which fits 19-inch and other-width racks, is the result of SEL’s collaboration with a data center customer that wanted to maximize fiber density.
Microchip problem solves a data center dilemma with one of its products.
Join us for a 1-hour, info-packed session. This seminar emphasizes that network owners do not have to compromise network performance or flexibility in order to achieve sustainability objectives - and provides practical measures for achieving those objectives.
The design facility showcases best-in-class installation practices in several environments including smart buildings, data centers, and industrial facilities.