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Decarbonizing Building and Data Center Connectivity: CommScope’s Next-Gen Solutions
As large companies increasingly seek to cut their buildings’ carbon footprints, they’re putting products and materials under the microscope. That includes fiber and cable networks in buildings and data centers. While cabling infrastructure might not seem like a big contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, enterprises are looking for every opportunity to reduce environmental harm.
Data center evolution in 2023: Efficiency is the name of the game
The last few years have introduced unprecedented business conditions for every industry, but among the most heavily affected are cloud-based services that are run by the global network of data centers. The business model has changed to accept new realities and fulfill new obligations.
Co-Packaged Optics—the Next Evolutionary Step in Data Center Switches?
Co-packaged optics (CPO) seeks to mitigate power consumption issues in data centers by placing the optical engine and ASIC on the same substrate as a single packaged assembly. Done right, CPO would not only reduce power requirements; it could also help data centers improve port density, thermal management, and bandwidth.
Oracle Labs Optimizes Throughput for Leading-Edge Research, Thanks to SYSTIMAX®
Oracle Labs in Broomfield, CO, sought CommScope’s help in upgrading its network infrastructure and chose SYSTIMAX® copper and fiber structured cabling solution for increased speed, capacity and flexibility.
Powering Middle East with Connectivity for a More Sustainable Future
During GITEX Technology Week in October, CommScope will highlight its latest solutions to enable a smart and sustainable future for network operators as Middle East steps up on its sustainability efforts.
Managing Data Center Fiber Becoming Harder…and Easier
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.
Evolving Data Center Applications and the Infrastructure Needed to Run Them
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.
Hyperconnecting Here to There
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.
Increasing Data Center Demands Lead to a More Resilient Fiber Platform
As data center applications become more resource-intensive and fluid, network managers must up their infrastructure game. Learn how CommScope can help data center operators maximize their existing infrastructure investments while preparing for future applications.