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Today’s data center networks are experiencing unparalleled growth in fiber deployment. Demands for greater bandwidth, lower latency and unprecedented I/O capacity are ratcheting up the pressure on network managers. In this blog, CommScope's Holly Simons discusses the complexities of managing data center fiber.
Remember the days of fiber splicing? When older, copper-based networks were common, fiber splicing was a necessity. It was a highly skilled, manual process. Technicians needed specialized training, versus simply plugging things in. Today, fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) deployments look very different, thanks to the introduction of hardened connector technology in 2004.
With the amount of data flowing through data centers, resource-intensive applications are defining the needs and evolution of data centers, with many implications on network infrastructure. In this blog, we'll look at next-generation technologies and applications driving this change and how getting the foundations of the infrastructure right, starts now.
Anand Jagannathan blogs on India's digital transformation progress and how CommScope is inspiring local innovation.
As enterprise buildings and campuses grow more intelligent (think IoT, building automation and network convergence), facility and network managers are deploying massive numbers of new devices, sensors, controllers, and other devices. The challenge is adapting the data and power cabling infrastructure to keep it efficient, capable and flexible.
It is undeniable that there is no way to entirely future proof your network; no way to pre-plan to meet every long-term challenge, most of which do not yet exist. This is especially true for enterprise networks undergoing fundamental changes created by new application demands, multi-level network convergence and an overwhelming surge in connected devices. But that doesn’t mean you can’t tilt the odds of long-term success in your favor. You absolutely can.
More Multi-Dwelling Unit (MDU) properties are opting for an enterprise-grade network instead of the traditional consumer-grade Wi-Fi. This blog explores how Cloudpath Enrollment System was pivotal in achieving the desired business outcome for AVE Union, a Ruckus Networks customer.
Plenty of challenges must be overcome to close the digital divide. In this blog, Craig Culwell discusses some key considerations that may help with your network planning.
As enterprise buildings and campuses grow more intelligent (think IoT, building automation and network convergence), facility and network managers are deploying massive numbers of new devices, including sensors, controllers, and other devices. The challenge is adapting the data and power cabling infrastructure to keep it efficient, capable, and flexible.