Figure 3: 1U cable manager with brush strip

All You Need Is Cable Manager

Have you been fed up with a frequently messy network, performance issues, and data transmission errors? 1U cable manager comes in all your problems out….

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Figure 1: Patch panels in a rack for managing the fiber and copper cables

Why Do We Use A Patch Panel?

When we set up a network, we are accustomed to buying a patch panel as usual. And people always say they buy patch panels for…

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Understanding the Modular Patch Panel

Cable management is a significant part of a network which is designed well. Managing cables have contributed to maintaining the essential function of data centers…

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Data Center server cabinet racks

Server Rack Choice: How to Make It Right?

Data centers and server rooms house an abundance of server rack cabinets, which work to organize IT equipment into assembly order to make the most…

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What Kind of RJ45 Patch Panel Should I choose?

RJ45 patch panels act as an important role in data centers, server rooms, and other high-density cabling environments. In the market, varieties of RJ45 patch…

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Figure 1: Patch panels in a rack for managing the fiber and copper cables

Cable Management Bar: What Role it Plays in Rack Cable Management

I think it’s safe to say that in most data centers or server rooms, cable clutter is an annoying issue that’s hard to ignore. In…

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Will Cat6 Patch Panel Work with Cat6a Cable?

As information technology develops, we have to upgrade our network products such as cables, patch panels, etc. Besides, to reduce our data center’s cost, we…

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Fiber Optic Enclosures In Cabling Systems

Fiber-optic cabling systems have a few specialized components, including fiber optic enclosures and connectors. Fiber optic enclosure is a box to load fiber optic patch panel/fiber…

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Why Should You Choose a Wall Mount Rack & Cabinet ?

Network racks are essential for storing your equipment in an organized, safe and efficient manner. Rack solutions allow you to house many IT components in…

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Introduction to Fiber Optic Splice Closure

Fiber optic splicing is important for fiber connections. Fiber Optic Splice Closure is a fiber management product typically used with outdoor fiber optical cables. It provides…

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How to Select the Right Rack Mount Fiber Enclosure?

Currently,Rack mount fiber enclosure has become increasingly popular in data centers to ensure better cable management and maintenance. Fiber enclosure can provide easy-to-manage cabling environments and strong protection…

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Introduction to Horizontal and Vertical Cable Manager

For many IT manager or data center professionals, one of the most difficult task is to keep cables in proper order. Image that you walk…

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Introduction to Patch Panels

Different systems have a functional unit that serves as a central location for monitoring and connecting circuits. In the case of optical cabling, patch panels…

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The Benefit and Challenge of Patch Panel

Patch panel is undoubtedly an essential component in cabling systems as it provide a simple, neat and easy-to-manage solution. For example, if you want to…

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Clearfield Reduces Opex Cost of Broadband Deployment

Broadband service providers can now drastically reduce their operational cost of deployment without jeopardizing the reliability of their fiber circuits. Clearfield, Inc. announced today that the Clearview Cassette, the building block of the FieldSmart Fiber Management Platform, is now shipping with an MPO/MTP configuration option. What makes this solution unique, is that while the MTP/MPO — a multi-fiber connector for high-density interconnections — provides for up to 12 ribbon fibers in a single port, its inclusion within the Clearview Cassette allows for full plug-n-play flexibility and rapid turn-up time, while the physical protection of the fiber is maintained within the integrated enclosure of the cassette itself.

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