Australian companies baulking at the cost of long-term solutions to build ‘green’ data centres should instead be looking for quick wins that would get them ahead of the curve in the short term.
DataTuff is a line of industrial ethernet connectivity components including cord sets, jacks, plug kits, tools and accessories to complement its family of industrial ethernet twisted pair cables, designed to provide robust, standards-based, end-to-end connectivity solutions in IP67 or IP20 installations.
The FiberExpress Secure/Keyed LC system is a family of specially keyed and colour-coded optical fibre connectivity components that have been designed to meet today’s stringent network security requirements. This system allows for the physical segregation of various network segments in an infrastructure.
The Allen-Bradley 1756-IB16ISOE and 1756-IH16ISOE sequence of events (SOE) modules feature sub-millisecond resolution for first-event detection and sequence of event data capture for event cascades. This makes the integrated ControlLogix SOE modules suitable for substation automation, emergency shutdown systems and applications for which change-of-state data is required.
The OmniReach fibre-to-the-x (FTTX) product line has been expanded with the addition of the OmniReach 1 x 64 splitter, which allows carriers to double the number of customers served from a single splitter and reduce the feeder fibres needed for the network.
The Canon USA Canobeam DT-100 series of free space optics data transceivers are designed to be deployed as a wireless part of any communications infrastructure solution for low-cost, high-security and high-speed networking.
The OWL 4 certification test kit is designed for use by installers who need to certify new and previously installed fibre-optic links, covering all required certification test standards including ISO/IEC 11801.
Ask anyone interested in high quality video and audio in Australia and they will tell you that distribution over an IP network and its cabling infrastructure has long been a 'holy grail'
Research recently released by telecommunications analyst Ovum RHK suggests that the optical fibre components market will reach US$6 billion in 2012, pushed by demand across all voice and data sectors that will drive the market at 11% compounded annual growth rate.