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Properly labeling your network cables is beneficial during an install, as well as in the long run. Using labeled cables helps prevent people from unplugging the wrong cable at the wrong time which will save you time, money and avoid downtime (which nobody wants).
For the past several years, it’s been predicted that 5G will improve bandwidth when connecting devices to the internet. Will edge computing answer the question of how to best deploy 5G networks? What does that mean for data center cabling?
The Brocade G620 is a premium performance Fibre Channel switch that utilizes flash storage technology. In order to help data center managers optimize efficiencies, CABLExpress developed a fiber optic patch panel to pair with the G620 and enhance the benefits the switch offers.
The traditional storage protocols like, Fibre Channel, underwent changes that will also affect how we design storage network moving forward. The migration path started with spinning hard drives (HDD), then moved to solid-state storage, (SSD) and then onto non-volatile memory express (NVMe). As NVMe continues presenting huge opportunities for the future, it's helpful to know how it will affect storage design moving forward.
The MPO connector. Why is it used? How is it used? How do I integrate it into my current cabling plant? The MPO connector is now being used in commonly purchased optics and users need to know how to integrate it into their cabling plant. Data center fiber has been dominated by the LC connector for the past 15 years for both Ethernet and Fibre Channel alike. That, however, is changing.
It’s a wrap. Dell EMC World 2019 has come and gone. It was a nonstop collaboration of the leaders in Data Center Technology showcasing the latest technologies. These technologies and other advances will provide current and future data centers with the tools to reap greater benefits like never before.