March 15, 2016
LAS VEGAS, March 15, 2016, Data Center World Conference – CABLExpress announced today from the Data Center World Global Conference the launch of its angled patch panels, which improve the manageability and reduce the installation time of fiber cabling infrastructures. The angled patch panels feature a slanted design to route patch cords directly into vertical cable managers on both sides, eliminating the need for horizontal cable management.
“Our products and solutions help data center professionals simplify cable management, increase efficiencies, and save time,” said Peter Belyea, president of CXtec, the parent company of CABLExpress. “The angled patch panels also allow users to maximize their rack space, providing room for other critical technologies and enabling future growth.”
The angled patch panels hold up to 96 fibers (1U) or 192 fibers (2U), and are part of the CABLExpress Skinny-Trunk Solution, a high-density fiber optic cabling system.
The Skinny-Trunk angled patch panels feature:
The AFCOM Data Center World Global Conference is taking place at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas from March 14-18. Rick Dallmann, senior data center infrastructure architect at CABLExpress, will be speaking on the topic “Designing Next Generation SAN/Storage Optical Infrastructure – Why Low Link (Budget) Loss is Critical” on Wednesday, March 16 at 9:30 a.m. Experts will also be available at CABLExpress booth 638 on the exhibit floor to discuss data center trends and layer one infrastructure solutions.
To learn more about CABLExpress angled patch panels, visit www.cablexpress.com/angled.
CABLExpress, a division of CXtec, has manufactured high-performance cabling and data center infrastructure products and structured cabling solutions for more than three decades. The CABLExpress Skinny-Trunk® Solution is a high-density, fiber optic product line that helps organizations maximize business value and prepare their layer one infrastructures for future generations of upgrades. For more information, visit www.cablexpress.com.
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Jamie King, CABLExpress