The data center can be a complicated place. There are pathways and spaces to consider, MAC work, manageability, different media, and the list goes on. Knowing this, CommScope has created Data Center Design guides and template designs, performance specification guides and more to help support you in designing, deploying and evolving your data center.

Back in April, I had a blog posting that discussed overhead vs. underfloor cabling. The CommScope Data Center team would like to continue writing about data center “best practices,” but we need some help focusing our efforts on what interests you. We have decided to poll YOU—the readers of the CommScope blog—to tell us what you want to read about.

I have provided a list of topics focused on structured cabling. Please vote for your top choice.

And unlike American Idol™, the polls will stay open more than two hours after you read this. After a week, we will see what the top choices are and focus our efforts there. 


We appreciate your feedback and hope this will help us to provide future blogs that are of interest to our readers.



About the Author

Eric Leichter

Eric Leichter is director for business development for CommScope Mobility Solutions, focused on fiber and power solutions for remote radio deployments. He has over 15 years of experience with telecommunications and optical fiber solutions, including roles supporting application and field engineering, product management, standards and training. While supporting a mix of wireless, data center, campus, and outside plant applications, Eric has experience with a multitude of vendor and generic solutions sets. He is a multiple patent holder, has provided several dozen published articles and conference presentations, and is a LEED Green Associate. Eric has an engineering degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) and an MBA from Gardner-Webb University.

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