22
Mar

Single-mode Cabling Cost vs. Multimode Cabling Cost

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Recently, a topic about SMF and MMF is hot in the forum. And lots of people have expressed their own views, which can be checked in this link: single-mode fiber vs multimode implementation recomme More...
14
Mar

Optics and Cabling Options for Juniper EX2200 Switches

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The soaring bandwidth requirements lift demand for ultra fast transmission speed, especially for high-performance business. Juniper EX2200 switches present an ideal option for access-layer deployments in branch of More...
01
Mar

Should We Choose Punch Down or Feed-through Patch Panel?

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Copper patch panels provide a useful solution for cable management in data centers and other high-density environments. In the market, two types are offered like punch down and feed-through c More...
26
Jan

Use Patch Panels for Better Cable Management

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Patch panels are mounted hardware assemblies that contain ports used to connect and manage incoming and outgoing LAN cables. They are usually attached to network racks, either above or below network swi More...
05
Jan

Connectivity and Cabling Solutions for Cisco Nexus 5600 Switches

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Driven by the trends of video, big data and Internet of Things, data center architectures are changing and evolving consistently to cater for the ever-lasting bandwidth requirements. Which consequently More...
15
Dec

Optimize Network Capacity with Ribbon Optical Cable

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Since the transmission protocols progress to higher and higher data rates, local area network (LAN) campus, building backbones and data centers are expected to employ cables with greater fiber counts, aiming t More...
07
Dec

Is Splice Better Than Connector for FTTH Drop Cable Installations?

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When designing FTTH network, engineers have to choose the right interconnection solutions for FTTH drop cable. Both splice and connector are widely used for FTTH deployment. To select splices o More...
06
Dec

Tight-Buffered Fiber Distribution Cables for Indoor and Outdoor Use

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Optical fibers with fiber counts ranging from 2 to 144 counts or more are usually coated together inside a single strand of fiber optic cable for better protection and cabling. Mu More...
29
Nov

Fiber Patch Panels Used in Data Center’s Structured Cabling

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To facilitate data center’s structured cabling, intermediate link connections are usually made at patch panels to accommodate reconfigurations. In a structured cabling, all switches, serve More...
24
Nov

Tight-Buffered Distribution Cable Selection Guide

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Tight-buffered distribution cable consists of several tight-buffered fibers consolidated in a single cable. It is usually used in backbone subsystems, linking equipment rooms, telecommunications ro More...
22
Nov

How to Use D-Ring Cable Manager

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Cable management in data center is becoming more and more difficult with the increasing of cable counts and devices. Cable management products like patch panels and rack enclosures are widely used to build the well- More...
16
Nov

Backbone Cabling vs Horizontal Cabling

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Computer networks require complicated and specific cabling, particularly in business or academic settings. The cables used in cabling the networks must be made from certain materials. Backbone cabling and hor More...
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