Whether you’re expanding your data center or updating it, deploying new fiber cabling can be tedious and time consuming. Making sure your fiber cables are cut to the right length and your connections are rock solid requires expert technicians that can also make installation expensive.
With Rapid Fiber™ panels, deployment of fiber cabling is fast and easy. Each panel features up to 100 feet of microcable on a self-contained RapidReel spool and is factory terminated to a single fiber breakout (SC or LC) or MPO—for plug-and-play simplicity. The result is high-performance fiber connectivity built into an easy-to-use, compact panel.
By having fiber trunk cabling stored on an internal spool inside the panel, you can deploy connectivity immediately, without having to field-terminate or worry about what to do with excess cabling. In addition, the Rapid Fiber product’s combination of microcable, spooling and connector technology in a single panel not only relieves cable congestion but also simplifies the ordering and inventory of fiber cabling.
Ordering Guide: Rapid Fiber Panel SeriesThe Rapid Fiber panel serves as a key distribution point between the active equipment and the main optical distribution frame and offers service providers unmatched savings in installation time, labor costs and performance.
Case Study: SRCB enhances data center operations with CommScopeLeading Chinese bank improves growth and delivers excellent customer service with CommScope solutions.
Data Sheet: Rapid Fiber Panel Series with NG4access Cabled ModulesCommScope's Rapid Fiber panel with cabled modules combines the functions of a fiber panel, tie or trunk cable assembly, and optical distribution frame module.
White Paper: Faster method for connecting customers in the colocation data centerThis white paper overviews the colocation data center, the challenges with connecting customers and the Rapid Fiber panel solution
White Paper: New Approaches to Fiber Deployment Across all Fiber NetworksSolutions such as Rapid fiber panel, which are designed to accelerate the overall process of adding new fiber, ensure precise-length cabling and relieve overhead cable congestion, allow service providers to tackle both challenges.