CABLExpress Launches Enhanced H+ Fiber Enclosures

CABLExpress announces the launch of its enhanced H+ fiber enclosures, designed to provide data center professionals with increased scalability in their layer one infrastructures. These high-density enclosures allow users to customize their infrastructures to meet organizational needs and provide scalability for future growth.

LAS VEGAS, NV -- CABLExpress announces the launch of its enhanced H+ fiber enclosures, designed to provide data center professionals with increased scalability in their layer one infrastructures. The H+ enclosures feature the highest port density in the industry, enabling efficient usage of conditioned rack space.

According to leading IT research company, Gartner, Inc., the optimal efficiency of data center infrastructures is necessary to effectively manage the increased speed and capacity of data flow required in today's environments.

"New dimensions in corporate and personal computing will demand more performance, more capacity and quick, seamless access to enormous databases in more cost-effective and efficient infrastructures that take up less space and consume less power," the company stated in a research note.

The enhanced H+ fiber enclosures feature sliding trays, each housing four separate modules with six LC duplex ports. This functionality allows users to customize their infrastructures to meet organizational needs and provides scalability for future growth. The enclosures are available in 1U, 2U and 4U configurations for 72, 144, and 288 duplex LC ports respectively.

"The H+ enclosures enable data center managers to take a modular and scalable approach to designing their cabling infrastructures based on the specific needs of their organizations," said Lisa Belodoff, vice president of CABLExpress. "The proper use of high-density data center solutions helps increase overall efficiency by maximizing space and resources."

For more details, visit:
http://www.cablexpress.com/cable-talk/scalability
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