The goal is fast growth in India. For NTT Communications that means getting new data centers onto the market at high speed. And to make that happen, the company relies on suitable suppliers who can provide complete connectivity solutions quickly...
Transporting even more data even faster. With as few fibers, as little energy, in as small a space and at the lowest costs possible. Set out by the fiber-optic branch, this goal is resulting in several new connectivity solutions. Help...
With the new BEF 60 splice cabinet from R&M, hyperscale data centers compact fiber optic cabling at the building entry point. The total capacity of the Building Entry Facility is 23,040 fiber optic splices.
R&M is launching new copper patch cords specially designed for use in data centers. The thinLine cables minimize the cable volume in network cabinets. They are one quarter thinner than standard Cat. 6 or Cat. 6A patch cords.
Up to 120 plug connections per height unit in a 19’’ rack. The R&M platform Netscale offers top packing density for FO networks. But how can administrators keep a clear overview of everything? R&MinteliPhy takes care of that automatically.
The R&MinteliPhy automated infrastructure management system offers versatile reporting. It provides comprehensive support for data centers in terms of controlling resources and capacity planning. A reader for mobile data recording at the rack is the latest addition.
Edge data centers are providing ever more computer capacity on the periphery of large Internet hubs. But the efficient operation of small, widely distributed sites requires special infrastructure and management solutions. R&M can help with planning.