Huber+Suhner Introduces Data Center Connectivity Products at NAB 2019

As the consumption of interactive video is increasing, broadcast operators must deploy next generation fiber management systems and technologies to keep up this unprecedented demand. Broadcast facilities need to deploy more fiber, manage that fiber more efficiently and make more connections in limited spaces.

Huber+Suhner will be showcasing its new cross-connect fiber management system — Lisa Double Access — at NAB.

With features such as higher density, modularity and a clear segregation point, the Huber+Suhner system is efficient, reliable and easy to manage. It minimizes potential damage to delicate fiber cabling.

By separating incoming and outgoing connectivity, the Lisa Double Access manages and protects maximum density of 7200 fibers per rack. The system allows a universal patch cord length of 3.5 meters within a new five foot rack, saving customers up to 17 percent of floor space.

Also being shown is the second generation Ianos fiber management system. Providing operators with the basic and essential building blocks for the future-ready data center, the system can be tailored to each user with a pay-as-you-grow approach.

Ianos enables the use of flexible and future-proof pre-terminated cable systems with Base-2 up to Base-24 connectivity for the best-in-class density and scalability as well as easy and fast installation. Data rates from 1G to 400G can be achieved and seamlessly integrated to provide ultimate flexibility for the operator.

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