Copper and Fiber Cables – An Integral Part of the Data Center.
But, they get are taken for granted. Plus, they have a bad reputation for getting tangled and messy, being expensive to purchase and maintain and for causing interference between network devices. Many fantasize about “going wireless,” but the truth of matter is, even in today’s wireless world, cables are still a necessary and irreplaceable part of the network and the data center, and they are here to stay.
Furthermore, cables are vital to the success of network. Even if you have the latest and greatest hardware running in your network, it doesn’t mean much if you don’t have high performance cabling to match. Skimping on cables increases your risk of performance issues…including downtime.
Cabling Technology on the Rise.
The good news is, cables keep getting better and better, making them easier to manage efficiently and less of a tangled hassle. Great strides are being made in the area of fiber optic cable, in particular.
Why Quality Fiber Cables Are Increasingly Important
Fiber cables are made of bundles of glass strands as thin as a human hair that carry digital signals at the speed of light. Fiber optic cables are thinner than traditional network cables, so they take up less square footage in the data center and are easier to manage and connect. They are also many times faster, a true advantage for organizations faced with huge increases in network traffic and data. This makes fiber cables a viable option for companies looking to speed up their networks, as well as simplify and streamline cable management.
Even as wireless networking increases, fiber cables aren’t about to become a thing of the past. In fact their role will become even more important as loss budgets become smaller to meet performance needs. However, that old tangle of thick, unwieldy wires is no longer the norm.
So instead of waiting and wishing for a way to make cables disappear, consider investing in new, improved cable options that will be better for both IT infrastructure and the organization as a whole.
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