If you search on “data center” you’ll find many images that show rows and rows of equipment racks. The network gear in these racks need to be physically connected to each other, and that’s where pluggable optic transceivers come in. But you also need to connect the transceivers together with fiber optic cables. That cabling infrastructure can get pretty complicated, especially in larger deployments. In Episode 14, we conclude a conversation with Brian Kelly, a fiber cabling infrastructure expert at Panduit. In this final part of our six-part conversation we hear about some of the latest developments that Brian has been working on at Panduit.
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