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Simplify Data Center Copper Cabling With FS.COM Pre-terminated Copper Trunk Cable Assemblies

Simplify Data Center Copper Cabling With FS.COM Pre-terminated Copper Trunk Cable Assemblies

By FS.COMSeptember 12, 2016

Sep 12th, Shenzhen, FS.COM News – FS.COM pre-terminated copper trunk cable assemblies allow fast and easy installation with reduced labor costs in large copper infrastructures with high-density cross-connection and patching systems, providing a cost-effective alternative to individual field-terminated channels.

Since manual field terminations, troubleshooting, and error corrections mean extended deployment times, higher installation costs and increased downtime, pre-terminated copper trunk cable assemblies are now becoming a preferred option for data center copper infrastructure deployment. They accelerate the process, reduce costs and errors, and can help bring your data center online in less time.

FS.COM pre-terminated copper trunk cable assemblies help simplify the installation of high-performance copper trunking systems in data centers and other high-density environments. They are the ideal solutions for data centers and other applications where speed of installation is important.

The pre-terminated copper cable assemblies offered by FS.COM are pre-bundled and pre-labeled styles, available in Cat 5e, Cat 6 and Cat 6a UTP and STP cable constructions with each available in jack to jack, plug to plug and jack to plug termination ends:

Jack to jack
Jack to Jack

The jack to jack trunks require the use of empty patch panels on each end. Patch cords would then be used to complete the channel between active equipment and the physical layer.

Plug to plug
Plug to Plug

The plug to plug ones are used to make a direct connection between active equipment, eliminating cross-connect capabilities. They can also be used in an open-space work area as a bundled patch cord group.

Jack to plug
Jack to Plug

The jack to plug trunk assemblies eliminate one cross-connect point by having the cable plug directly into the active equipment. The jack termination snaps into an empty panel, which would then be patched to other equipment or work area ports as necessary.

To satisfy your special requirements, we also support custom and OEM service. For more details, please visit or contact us over

FS.COM is a leading manufacturer and supplier of fiber optic subsystems, components and solutions. With last four years growing, we have built our strong and professional teams in optical communication product R&D, systematic solution and supply chain management. Nowadays, we are doing business with more and more worldwide well-known corporations like CloudFlare, EXFO, Apple, MRV, JDSU, ADTRAN, Avago, EMC, etc., who have put large volume of our products into production for their Data Center or Cloud Computing application and speak highly of our service and products. We will be working together with our customers, partners and co-workers to benefit them more and contribute more to the global popularity of optical communication.

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