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Category Archives: Fiber Optic Network
Bulk Ethernet cables, the network cable without connectors and boot covers, are popular among people as it is cost-effective and free of length limitation. One can customize the length of the cable and select RJ45 plugs and boot covers by themselves. … Continue reading
Lots of customers have found the letters “CM”, “CMR” and CMP” in the product description when purchasing copper cables like Cat5e cable and Cat6 cable. These terms are the most common cable jacket ratings specified by the National Electric Code … Continue reading
As the data center expands, the traditional fiber optic cables can hardly meet the high requirements for networking, as they not only occupy a large room, but also make it more difficult to manage cables. In contrast, MTP cable and MPO … Continue reading
The past few years have witnessed a massive change in the world of information technology by reason of network virtualization and cloud computing. Virtualization brings the efficiency of physical resource and energy use as well as the challenge for network … Continue reading
Today, with the requirements of the bandwidth, many data centers use 40G Ethernet for connectivity from their servers to their top-of-rack switches. Most Hyperscale public cloud providers and social media giants are even migrating to 100G Ethernet for their servers in the near future. However, for some … Continue reading
Now since the intelligent mobile phone is more and more convenient, people have stronger and stronger demands for the Internet. As a result, the programs of wireless coverage have been increasing. At the same time, many people are confused about … Continue reading
Power cords are extensively adopted in data centers and server rooms to deliver power to various electronic loads and computer equipment. Judging solely from their appearance, you may find that there exist a confusing array of power cords with various … Continue reading
Network expansion spurs the demand for faster data transmission and higher capacity over the network. In this case, DWDM emerges as a cost-effective solution to handle these issues, working efficiently to combine multiple wavelengths together and sent them over one … Continue reading
Fiber exhaust is an inevitable problem constantly faced by carriers since the demand for higher speed bandwidth never ceases. The ever-improving wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) technology nowadays is increasingly used to boost network capacity, enabling carriers to deliver more services … Continue reading
Raman amplifier is appearing to be a critical technology which is consistently developed for using in optical communication networks. Typically applied in long-haul networks, Raman amplifier is also expected to extend its reach in dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) networks. This … Continue reading