CABLExpress, a division of CXtec Inc., manufactures high-performance cabling, data center infrastructure products, and structured cabling solutions.
We provide you the highest quality product, best service, optimum performance, and industry-leading innovation.
All the high-quality structured cabling and data center infrastructure solutions to help you accomplish your business goals.
We offer a multitude of fiber optic cabling solutions to advance the efficiency of your layer one infrastructure.
Our wide variety of high-quality Cat6 options are in stock and ready to ship. We provide quick turnaround times at great prices.
CABLExpress mini Cat6 cables facilitate easier cable management, reduce congestion, and allow for greater flexibility.
Our fiber enclosures are available in any configuration and feature the highest port density in the industry.
Our modular patch panels are the ideal way to create a standards-based, flexible, and reliable cabling platform in your data center.
When it comes to housing your hardware, you need options that make your job easy and can accommodate any configuration you design.
Many entities are awaiting the next big jumps in speed: 400 Gb/s Ethernet and 128 Gb/s Fibre Channel. Supporting these speeds requires critical fiber cabling considerations. A planned and properly implemented structured cabling solution can reduce personnel hours and investment costs.
The rise of cryptocurrency has led to some new digital processes that require new computing needs. When this happens, cabling and data center infrastructures are always affected. This paper delves into the implications of the new computing processes involved in cryptomining.
Increasing data speeds have created challenges for data center managers designing fiber cabling topologies. One challenge in particular has been polarity, also known as light path. The goal of a multi-path™ system is to simplify the cabling migration process and reduce the need for multiple transition components.
When considering the impact converged infrastructure and hyperconvergence are having on cabling, it’s crucial to understand how data center topologies are evolving, and how spine-and-leaf cabling is replacing traditional three-layer design.
When designing a structured cabling plant to run speeds of 40/100G for Ethernet and 32GFC and 128GFCp for Fibre Channel, one must review the latest published standards that apply. This paper shows you how.
Emerging data rates proposed by standards updates, as well as distance considerations and loss budgets in current and future high-speed links, create challenges that every designer needs to understand. This article explains what you need to know.
Layer one fiber optic cabling must now be considered a critical network component in any infrastructure design. Find out why.
Today's standards have both minor and sometimes serious conflicts that leave designs and designers in jeopardy. Find out how you can avoid these conflicts.
Learn what port replication™ is and the benefits you can receive from utilizing it in your data center.
With the ratification of new industry standards and increased demands on data center throughput, 40/100G Ethernet will be an integral component of the next generation data center.
Learn what structured cabling systems are and analyze the benefits you can reap from implementing them in your data center.
CABLExpress offers some simple tips for cable management with copper cabling.
We take a look back at what was happening in data center infrastructure cabling and a look at the future of cabling in the data center.
How to tell the difference between a male and female MPO (or MTP®) connector.
JT reminisces about the good old days, after a customer sent an old bus & tag cable tester to the team. This bus & tag cable ran a speed of 4.5Mbps. Currently OM4 fiber is running 100G Ethernet with higher speeds just around the corner. Also, a sneak peek into the future!
Reduced diameter 28AWG CAT6 copper patch cables can reduce congestion and improve cable management challenges.
JT has some fun getting pulled by a snowmobile machine by Rick Dallmann to demonstrate the importance of having a fiber optic cable assembly that can withstand the rigors of installation. It is critical for a fiber assembly to perform well after installation.
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. – CABLExpress, a division of CXtec, announced its new standard maximum singlemode MTP connector insertion loss to 0.3 dB per mated pair. This benchmark is engineered to support the low channel insertion loss requirement of the QSFP-100G-PSM4 specification, or short-reach singlemode, which is set at approximately 3.3dB.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – CABLExpress, a division of CXtec Inc., introduces a 1U 64-Port Replication Patch Panel that allows the user to simplify cabling for the Brocade G620. The 1U 64-Port Replication Patch Panel solution enhances the cost benefits and scalable architecture of the G620, as well as integrates the benefits of structured cabling and port replication into the SAN.
CABLExpress, a division of CXtec Inc., has launched a new and enhanced website, www.cablexpress.com. The new site is designed with enriched content to better feature the data center cabling solutions that are available for IT professionals who value higher quality and affordability.
CABLExpress has redesigned its H+ fiber enclosures for easier access, installation, and cable management. The functionality of the H+ fiber enclosures allows users to customize their infrastructures to meet organizational needs and provides scalability for future growth.