The requirements for data centre infrastructures are increasing as the rapid growth in worldwide IT usage continues. High-performance system solutions in copper, but chiefly in fibre optic technology already constitute the backbone of high-speed data transfer in data centres. The ever higher transmission rates not only call for high quality optical fibres, they also make increasing demands on the connecting components. Both these parameters are crucial to the efficient performance of transmission channels.
Flexibility is the core requirement for a cabling solution in today’s data centre environment. New systems need to be planned, assembled and installed within a very short time. New technologies like blade systems or virtualisation, for example, mean that link performance standards are continually rising.
Datwyler’s newly developed High-Density Data Centre Solution (HD-DCS) surpasses all the requirements for current cabling solutions, its high quality and excellent optical and geometric connector assembly values being of particular note here.
The high-performance carefully coordinated cables and components of Datwyler’s HD-DCS can be combined as required and make it possible to implement an open infrastructure design decoupled from the user’s equipment pool. The system also allows simple migration to future applications.