Designing data centers in the current dynamic and fast-paced environment can be challenging. Factors such as data transmission performance along with cable management, as well as the future demands for growth have to be considered. One of Secure Bridge customers in the US wanted for a fiber upgrade within the main building, from the data center to closets , and into a different building.
For the entire networking of cabling, the customer must use a single mode fiber for greater expansion in the future. The MTP cable is perfect for their network, but they don’t know what to pick for the MTP cable and polarity.
We create types A and type AF cassettes with MTP links on both sides to make it easier to manage network cables. In addition, we offer custom cables in different lengths to meet the demands of various distances.
Here is the basic connections diagram.
NoC-2N: Type A cassette–Type A Trunk, Female–Type AF cassette;
NoC-2N-3N/1N Type A Cassette – Type A Trunk Female–Up to Down Panel – Type A Trunk Female to Male–Type A Cassette
NoC-2S: Type A cassette–Type A Trunk, Female–Type AF cassette
NOC-2S-1S; NOC-2S-3S; NoC-2S-; NOC-2S-DC: Type cassette, female–Up to Down Panel, Type A Trunk Male to Female–Type A cassette
2S and 2N, with MTP all the way to the down panel the other end of one male-female trunk cable connects towards the rear of the panel. You can then “jumper” it on the front side to connect it to another port, making the cables that connect to cassette for female-to female.
NoC-Activity Center Type A cassette–Type A Trunk, Female – Type AF cassette
Note: because of the distance of two sites, MTP of military grade OS2 cable is utilized in this instance.
Selecting the best cabling solution will have an effect on the speed of data transmission and network performance, as well as costs, power consumption, etc. The Secure Bridge FHD high-density solutions, including cassettes and fiber enclosures allow you to connect adjacent sites as well as cross-sites, which is ideal for upgrading cables in a streamlined and modular method. This upgraded cabling system lowers the energy consumption and risk of interruptions and makes it easier to install and maintenance.