Leading international manufacturer of components and systems for electrical and optical connectivity, HUBER+SUHNER, is showcasing the building blocks required to build modern data centers at Cloud Computing World Expo.
The Switzerland-based company will exhibit a wide array of the components needed to create a future-proof data center at the Paris show, including its industry-leading packing density, exceptional fiber management and cable routing. By occupying as little space as possible with passive equipment, HUBER+SUHNER customers are able to deploy more means of generating revenue in their data centers.
“Our fiber systems are designed for optimum installation and handling speed. By reducing the space needed and the time required for moves, additions and changes to the data center, we can contribute to a much lower total cost of ownership,” said Oliver Baumgartner, Marcom Manager FMS at HUBER+SUHNER. “We also use logical fiber routing components and highly visible port identification to make sure changes are made accurately every time.”
Future proofing of data centers is becoming nothing short of essential. HUBER+SUHNER will advise at Cloud Computing World Expo that users upgrade to fiber management systems that are designed to accommodate a quick, simple and inevitable upgrade path from 10G serial to 40G and 100G parallel optics.
More traffic and an ever increasing need for capacity is sure to mean more cabling and, in turn, a more challenging environment for the cooling apparatus that is required to maintain operability and reduce down-time.
“Our primary objective when developing our products is to make them completely reliable over their serviceable lifetimes,” said Baumgartner. “What we are showcasing at Cloud Computing World Expo are the building blocks that will assist companies in future-proofing their data centers to stay ahead of the curve in a world moving ever closer towards the cloud and software-based networks.”
Cloud Computing World Expo visitors can discover more about HUBER+SUHNER’s range of solutions at stand E13, Port de Versailles, Paris, on the 23rd and 24th March 2016.