Contact Stephanie Herbert, CXtec
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 19, 2019
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 CABLExpress 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.
Other makes and models, including IBM SAN64B-6, EMC DS-6620, and HPE SN6600B can also be replicated by the patch panel.
The Brocade G620 reduces operating costs and management complexity by allowing the user to add ports when needed. Each G620 can be matched with a 1U 64-Port Replication patch panel. The port replication patch panel is pre-wired to convert the G620 QFLEX MPO ports into duplex LC ports.
1U 64-Port Replication Patch Panel offers a direct one-to-one relationship between the ports on the user’s hardware to the ports on the patch panel. This reduces the chance for patching errors since the ports are numbered and oriented exactly the same.
Polarity and performance are calibrated, so the user just needs to plug in standards-based cables. Contact CABLExpress.com for necessary cables.
To find out more, view the CABLExpress product page, here: www.cablexpress.com/products/fiber-patch-panels-enclosures/1u-64-port-replication-patch-panel/ and blog post, here: www.cablexpress.com/blog/how-to-replicate-the-fiber-optic-ports-of-the-brocade-g620-switch/
CABLExpress, a division of CXtec Inc., manufactures high-performance cabling, data center infrastructure products, and structured cabling solutions. The award-winning CABLExpress Multi-Path™ System handles multiple cabling light path solutions resulting in little disruption or added cost. 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. CABLExpress is located in Syracuse, NY.